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Greek and foreign anarchists occupy Polytechnic University blocking access to students organizations

Trouble ahead: Greek and foreign anarchists occupied the Polytechnic University and blocked access to students organizations preparing the 44. anniversary of the bloody 1973 Students’ Uprising against the colonels’ junta. The situation is tense. Authorities are on alert as also anarchists have been ‘imported from abroad’ to assist their Greek …

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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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UPD Athens Metro workers suspend 24h strike Nov 16, work stoppage remains

Update: Athens Metro workers decided to suspend the 24-hour strike scheduled for Thursday, Nov 16/2017. the work stoppage scheduled for Wednesday remains valid. ———————————————— Workers at Athens Metro will launch one more work stoppage, in addition to the planned 24-hour strike. Work stoppage on Wednesday, Nov 15th, will start at …

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