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Folli Follie “cooked books” for ten years, says prosecutor

A prosecutor in Athens referred to indications of fraud in the balance sheets of 18 Folli Follie subsidiaries dating back to 2007, in requesting the freezing of bank accounts and safe deposit boxes belonging to the embattled company’s principal owners, the Koutsolioutsos family, and board members. According to naftemporiki, economic …

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Maintenance works on KTG.com

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Greece’s market regulator fines Folli Follie with 4million euros

Greece’s securities regulator Capital Market Commission a 4 million euro ($4.64 million) fine on luxury jewelry maker Folli Follie on Thursday. The fines stem from violations dealing with market manipulation and failure to provide requested financial data for 2017, the commission said according to media. The fines were imposed on …

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Weather deterioration with rainfalls and thunderstorms, warns EMY

Greece’s National Meteorological Service (EMY) warns of weather deterioration with rainfalls and thunderstorms locally very powerful that may be accompanied by hale fall and very strong wind. The bad weather front will come from the North and slowly expand to Central and Southern Greece as of Saturday, July 7th 2018. …

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Extreme Windstorm strikes Trikala Imathias in N. Greece (videos)

It wasn’t just the usual summer rainfall but a powerful windstorm that hit the village of Trikala in Imathia prefecture in Macedonia, Northern Greece on Wednesday afternoon. Trees were uprooted, roof tiles and hangars were ripped out and electricity columns slanted. Main roads of the village were blocked with fallen …

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Merkel & Seehofer agree on “migrants’ transit centers” in the borders with Austria

Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) and her rebellious interior minister from Bavarian CSU, Horst Seehofer, reached a compromise on migration at almost literally the eleventh hour Monday, averting a government crisis for the time being. Mr. Seehofer, who threatened to resign the previous day, will stay in office. The two agreed …

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Low “Nefeli” floods Kavala, sets thousands of acres of agricultural land under water

More than 120,000 acres of agricultural land are estimated to be under water in the broader area of Kavala in North-Eastern Greece. Torrential rains flooded homes and business place and left behind the people in devastation. Rivers and streams were flooded, landslides occurred and even parts of the national roads …

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Garbage collection on Corfu under strong police presence due to locals’ protests

Riot police squads are accompanying garbage trucks top the landfill of Levkimmi in the south of the island of Corfu in an effort to hinder protests by locals. The operation started on Tuesday morning, after trucks started to collect tonnes of garbage from streets and squares, laying there for over …

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