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Greek activists arrived in Athens – also 3 French, 1 American

At 3:10 in the morning the C-130 carrying 31 Greeks, 3 French and one American citizen  landed at Elefsina military airport, near Athens. More than 100 relatives and supporters cheered them and shouted Pro-Palaistinean slogans. Alternate FM D. Droutsas  and two lawmakers  were alo at the airport to meet the …

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Flotilla activists: 3 Greek Journalists Detained

  Maria Psara – Μαρία Ψαρά: Ethnos newspaper Aris Xatzistefanou – Αρης Χατζηστεφάνου: Sky TV Karetina Kitidi – Κατερίνα Κιτίδη: TVXS on board of the Gaza Flotilla, covering the Gaza Aid, have been detained and are currently held in Beer sheva prison. They will be deported from Israel.  

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A. Tsochatzopoulos: EX-Minister’s Million Euros Question

UPD 07/06/10 Akis Tsochatzopoulos appeared before the Trnasparency Committee of PASOK today. The Committee decided to propose the suspecion of the Tsochatzopoulos party membership.  If PASOk – Ethics  Committee takes a possitive decision it will be independantly of any justice’s decision. Ex-deputy and Minister, Tsochatzopoulos stated that he will  go to justice …

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Anti-Israeli Protest in Athens

  Some 2.500 protesters gathered outside the Israeli Embassy in Athens. The demonstration ended in clashes between protesters and police. Protesters threw water bottles and cups full of coffee, stones and wooden sticks to the policemen, who answered with tear gas.

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latest news from state NET TV correpsondent Panos Xaritos According to information from Israeli Foreign Ministry – there are no Greeks among the dead or injured – Captain of Sfendoni is not reported as injured – 14 Greeks are to be deported from Israel – There is a group of …

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Kaan: Youngest Gaza Activist on Board of Mavi Marmara

Kaan Cetin is one year old. Kaan is on board of  Mavi Marmara together with his mother. His  father Ekrem is officer at Mavi Marmara  stormed by  Israeli army. there are no news about their fate…. DHA-story in Milliyet  & Hurriyet newspapers http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/gundem/14891959.asp?gid=373 http://www.milliyet.com.tr/geminin-en-kucuk-yolcusuna-ne-oldu-/turkiye/sondakika/31.05.2010/1244834/default.htm

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“Rocco” is Here to Stay….

Tasos Mantelis, ex Greek Minister ‘sponshored’ by SIEMENS, has not left for Azerbaijan, where he works as  Chief  Advisor at the TACIS Project. Tasos Mantelis is among us.  I just saw him on ALTER TV. He said he will stay in Greece. But even  if he would like to leave , this …

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Minister Tzakri is cleared!

  Theodora Tzakri is cleared from the accusations of Apokalypseis – newspaper that she had intervened for the employment of her realtives at the Pella Museum. Tzakri, Deputy Minister of Interior, Decentralisation & e-Government is innocent, says the investigation report of the Greek Ministry of Culture.

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Greek Minister Tzakri: Another Blond to Bite the Political Dust?

newspaper APOKALYPSEIS Hardly has the dust of Gerekou- scandal settled down, another Blond Deputy Minister is likely to line to the queue to hit the road, if the accusations proven true. Theodora  Tzakri, Deputy Minister of Interior, Decentralization & e-Gevernment is  being accused to have allegedly  ordained  36 cousins, relatives …

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Angela Gerekou: She woke up screaming, too

Angela Gerekou, fresh resigned Deputy Minister of Culture & Tourism, saw her political career and ambitions cracked at the door of Tax Office. Her classical beauty couldn’t prevent her foes within the governing party to expose her husband’s tax evasion dept. 5,500,000 Euro! They got rid of her within 24 hours. …

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Marfin-Victims Still Waiting for Answers…

Victims Still Waiting for Answers…. source:best.gr    Almost two weeks have passed since the fatal arson attack on Marfin Bank, which became the grave for three young employees. Paraskevi Zoulia, 35, Nontas Tsakalis, 36 , Aggeliki Papathanasopoulou, 32, & her unborn baby are still waiting for their murderers’ capture and punishment. …

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Emine Erdogan helps Greek Economy

The wife of Turkish Prime Minister, Emine Erdogan, goes shopping in noble suburb Kolonaki. According to Greek Media she buys 7 pairs of High Heels within 45 minutes. The bill sums up to 983 Euros. She asks for reduction. She gets only 15% because shop rents in Kolonaki are high. …

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Erdogan rebukes Greek Media & Opposition Parties

Erdogan rebukes Greek Media and admonishes Opposition Erdogan vs. Greek Media: the Radar Confrontation Turkish Prime Minister Tayip Erdogan is charismatic and a gifted orator. He is spontaneous and often his emotions prelude his ratio. He is also kind of choleric, with an authoritarian style and notorious for his outbursts …

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Bomb explodes in Athens – One woman injured

photos: troktiko.blogspot.com A powerful bomb exploded outside Athens’ largest prison, injuring slightly a female passer-by and causing extensive damage. The explosive device was  hidden in a  travel bag placed inside  a garbage container very close to the prison wall, outside the women’s section. The top security Athens prison is in …

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"Sundays will never be the same…"

Paraskevi Zoulia                          Aggeliki Papathanasiou Nontas Tsakalis photos sources: several blogs “Sundays will never be the same” wrote in internet Kostas T. , a friend of Nontas. Notas, Paraskevi and  pregnant Aggeliki are the tragic victims of the fatal arson of Marfin Bank on 5/05/10. According to forensic evidence the three …

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Shock, Anger and Grief

Shock, Anger and Grief Mourning families, mourning friends, mourning colleagues, mourning folks. A whole nation grieves the painful and tragic death of the three bank employees. A whole nation cannot recover from the shock from  the cowardly murder of three employees of Marfin Bank. Epameinondas Tsakalis, 36, Paraskevi Zoulia, 35, …

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