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Mar

Eurogroup moves in heavy artillery: Dijsselbloem threatens Greece with “Capital controls”

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In a further effort to bring Greek government on its knees, the country’s lenders creditors have moved in the heavy artillery. Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem fired a Thor-caliber mortar that exploded right in the middle of a banking field already damaged by high levels of deposits flight. Mortar piece labelled […]

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17
Mar

Greece legislates against Bullying after victim, 20, commits suicide

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“Anyone who commits bullying will be punished with imprisonment of at least six months.” This is the reaction of the Greek government to the tragic death of the first “official” victim of bullying in the country, Vaggelis Giakoumakis. The 20-year-old student committed suicide last month being unable to bear further […]

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17
Mar

Schaeuble’s platitudes:”Greece’s debt problems because the country lived far beyond its means in the past”

Posted by in Economy

Well… German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble is disappointed by the Greek government… And after five years of crisis, he came to the stunning conclusion that “the reason for Greece’s debt problems was that the country lived far beyond its means in the past. He said on Monday that “the new […]

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16
Mar

PM Tsipras to visit Berlin, March 23rd, following an invitation by Chancellor Merkel

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It was high time that German Chancellor Angela Merkel intervenes in a situation that has gone out of control. Merkel called Monday afternoon Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and invited him to Berlin. He accepted the invitation. According to state NERIT TV, Merkel’s office called Tsipras’ office in the morning, […]

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16
Mar

Controversial video: did Varoufakis raise middle finger to Germany?

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Did Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis raised his middle finger against the country’s lenders or not? A video from a speech Varoufakis held at an international conference in Zagreb in 2013 was aired at a television talk show of German broadcaster ARD on Sunday evening, while the Greek Finance Minister […]

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16
Mar

“Democratic” Germany wants to overturn Greece’s democratically elected government

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Well.. well… well… Τhe Kommandatur in Berlin wants to have Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis replaced. The first articles on this issue started to circulate a couple of weeks ago. There were claims that the German ambassador in Athens had intervene towards this direction. Along the way, the German intervention […]

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16
Mar

UPD Victim of bullying Vaggelis Giakoumakis, 20, found dead

Posted by in Very Mix

This must have been on of Greece’s most terrible cases of bullying: a student fell victim of the continuous use of violence and intimidation by his fellow students. Beginning of February,  Vaggelis Giakoymakis, 20, went missing, from the dormitory of Dairy School where he was studying in Ioannina, Northern Greece. […]

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13
Mar

The Varoufakis Glam: the Paris Match photo shooting that triggered anger

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“No, No, No! That was unacceptable!” A friend entered my apartment in a hurry and loudly arguing against the Varoufakis Photo shooting for French live style magazine Paris Match. A series of nicely set pictures At Home with Varoufakis, showing Greece’s impressive and imposing Finance Minister strumming on the home […]

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13
Mar

Creditors’ proposal to Greece: “Do not pay salary & pensions for 1-2 months”

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Liquidity problems? Greece’s official creditors had a genius idea. They apparently proposed to Athens to halt the payment of salaries and pensions for one to two months. This would allegedly tackle the problem of liquidity and find a solution to Greek problem of how to pay back bailout loan tranches […]

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12
Mar

German Parliament report confirms Greece’s legal chances to WWII Reparation

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A experts’ evaluation from thee Scientific Service of the German Parliament (Bundestag) confirmed Greece’s WWII reparation claim at least on the “enforced loan” part of the claim. On the basis of the International Law that sets the rules generally regarded and accepted as binding in relations between states and nations, […]

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