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New adoption law in Greece aims to make process much shorter

Greece’s Labour Ministry has drafted a bill to streamline the complicated adoption process. Greek parents wanting to adopt have to wait between four and six years to do so. Meanwhile, an estimated 2,800 children under the age of five live in the country’s state-run institutions. The situation is in the …

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US Fund manager predicts investors predicts investors to pour billions into Greek economy once Mitsotakis is elected

Superstar hedge fund manager Kyle Bass predicts investors are getting ready to pour billion into Greek economy once New Democracy leader, neoliberal Kyriakos Mitsotakis, takes the premiership from the hands of left-wing Alexis Tsipras. 15 billion euros in bank deposits will return and foreign investors will follow pouring billio9ns of …

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Turkey and Russia to launch first Nuclear Power Plant in Akkuyu

Russia and Turkey plan to launch the first reactor at Turkey’s Akkuyu nuclear power plant in 2023, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday. Speaking alongside Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, Putin said the Russian state nuclear agency Rosatom would begin work at the Akkuyu site in the near future. Putin …

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Symi in State of Emergency after powerful thunderstorm, island without power (pictures, video)

State of Emergency has been declared for the island of Symi that was badly hit by extreme weather phenomena with torrential rain and hail-falls on Monday.  The daylight shows extensive damage to all infrastructure on the island, flooded homes and businesses and tons of mud on the streets. Special machinery …

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PM Tsipras announces to distribute €1.4billion in one-off Christmas bonus to austerity-hit Greeks

Stunned and with hanging jaws Greeks saw and heard Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announcing that he will hand out 1.4 billion euros as one-off “social dividend” in December. “The welfare benefits  totaling 1.4 billion euros, is more than double than that paid out last year (600 million euros) and this …

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