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Defiant Greek hens lay Green shelled Eggs on Holy Tuesday PICTURES

You thought Greeks dye Easter eggs red? You might be right. Partially. Because no matter what color Greeks dye Easter eggs, some hens decided to break with the tradition. The eggs they laid on Holy Tuesday are green. The hens of a farmer in Lefkakia, Nafplion, laid their green eggs …

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Greece completes transfer of 14 regional airports to Fraport

Greece has formally completed the transfer of 14 regional airports to a consortium led by Germany’s Fraport AG, in a privatization that is a key element of the country’s bailout program. The Greek state privatization agency says that under the deal signed Tuesday the consortium has paid a 1.23 billion-euro …

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Greece’s €3bn loan to boost employment has to wait, says World Bank

The efforts of the Greek government to boost employment through a loan from the World Bank must be put on hold. And there are two reasons for this, reasons that have directly to do with the World Bank. According to exclusive information of daily Naftemporiki,  a standing and inexorable condition before …

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JP Morgan scenarios for second review, Greece’s participation in ECB’s QE

The decision reached by Eurozone finance ministers in Malta concerning Greece increases the chances of a solution for completing the second review of the Greek programme before May 22, according to a report by J. P. Morgan released on Monday. The U.S. banking and financial services giant said the decisions …

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