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Bad day for Greek PM: trip to Baku cancelled, opposition SYRIZA leads in opinion polls

The trip of Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras to the capital of Azerbaijan, Baku, lasted only 15 minutes. Shortly after taking off from Elefsina military airport, the Greek Number One Air Force showed some technical breakdown in the flight system, the pilots decided to take the Samaras and his assistants …

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Greek politicians’ assets declaration: damned poverty with real estate, bank deposits…

It’s not a secret that Greek politicians have a good life. This facts is being confirmed each and every year, when the Parliament publishes their assets declarations. 694 politicians were obliged to submit their declarations in 2012 and they refer to their wealth in 2011. Greek politicians are champions in …

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EUobserver: bailout advisers to Troika – the multi-million unholy business with austerity

Who are the advisers to Troika who rule over our austerity-hit lives? In Greece, in Portugal, in Ireland, in Cyprus and Spain? How do they get the jobs and the contracts? How much are they being paid to ruin the lives of citizens in the European South? What are their …

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Catch up with weekend news: taxes, health care and smog

It’s always difficult to catch up with the news if there has been a blogging break for a couple of days. And it is more difficult when re-start blogging occurs on a Monday. Nothing extraordinary important occurred during the weekend. Bloggers need a break from time to time, to step …

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