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Teacher expels diabetic student from class due to insulin shots

A local high school in Chortiatis in Thessaloniki and the Greek Federation of Unions of People suffering from Diabetes have been at odds over the Federation describes as a “racist incident” against a student suffering from diabetes. Based on the student’s and the mother’s denouncement the Diabetes Federation issued a …

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PM Tsipras launches Debt Relief tour in EU

Prime Minister Alexisd Tsipras is launching a Debt Relief Tour to convince EU lenders and key players about the necessity of a debt relief. At the same time, he is in continuous contact with US officials who have access to IMF’s Managing Director Christine Lagarde. According to daily Ta Nea, …

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Ben Needham’s toy car discovered during Kos search

Ben Needham’s toy car was discovered at secret fly-tipping dump just hours before cops called off Kos search.With just hours to go before they called of their Ben Needham search, British police feared they would find no clues as to what happened to the missing toddler. But then came the …

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Social security fund governor urges Greece’s self-employed to “go to Bulgaria” if they can’t pay contributions

It is not a secret that under the bailout agreements, Greece’s self-employed are charged with higher taxes and social security contributions each and every year.  Many, especially from northern Greece,  have moved their business basis to neighboring Bulgaria for obvious reasons: 10% tax instead of 29%, low social security contributions, …

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