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Mar

More than 150,000 Greek graduates moved to 70 countries in past 5 years

Posted by in Economy, Society

More than 150,000 Greek graduates are estimated to have moved to more than 70 countries in the past five years in order to find work, a conference organized by the University of Macedonia in Thessaloniki heard on Wednesday. According to data drawn from a recent study by economic geography professor […]

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28
Mar

Volos: Arson attack at Bank of Cyprus with scent of Golden Dawn

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Greek police arrested three young men in Volos for the arson attack at a Bank of Cyprus branch in Volos. The attack took place with molotov cocktails in the dawn of Thursday. The ATM was  destroyed. The men had managed to break a glass window and throw molotov cocktails inside the […]

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28
Mar

Athens Municipality releases “anti-austerity” dog Ruby; Nelly to get free Friday

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The office of Athens Mayor confirmed today that dog Ruby returned back to the streets near the finance ministry in downtown Athens. “Nelly” will return tomorrow, Friday,” the office said on its Twitter account. Ruby is the black dog on the right Ruby and Nelly, two of Athens stray dogs were […]

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28
Mar

Athens: students protest universities and colleges mergers, burn EU flag

Posted by in Society

More than 4,000 students protested outside the Parliament on Thursday as Greek lawmakers voted for “Athena plan” that will merge or even close down more than 300 university and technical college faculties and departments. The mergers are imposed by Greece’s international lenders, the EU-IMF-ECB Troika, in an effort to cut public […]

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28
Mar

Turkey seeks advantages from Cyprus crisis: share gas resources

Posted by in Economy, Israel-GR, Politics, Turkey-GR

It looks as if someone takes pleasures and seeks to take advantages from the economic crisis that hit Cyprus. Turkey did not miss the chance to reiterate claims in the gas resources of Cyprus after Nicosia hinted to use resources revenues as collateral for international lenders’ financial aid and as […]

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28
Mar

Deputy Parliament Speaker Athanasios Nakos passed away at 63

Posted by in Politics

Deputy speaker of Greek parliament,  Athanasios Nakos has died at the age of 63, Greek media reported on Thursday afternoon. Nakos had recently undergone a heart surgery and was hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit of a private hospital in Athens. Greek private Mega TV mentioned ‘some post operation complications’ as […]

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28
Mar

US “Chobani” loses court case in UK – Sorry, you’re not …Greek yogurt

Posted by in Very Mix

US yogurt producer Chobani has lost a court case in the UK over the “misleading” labeling of its Greek yogurts. Following a seven-day trial, which was initiated by a complaint from Greek rival Fage, Chobani was told by a High Court judge that the labeling on its product was “confusing” […]

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28
Mar

Cyprus banks opened: long queues but no panic, no bank run…

Posted by in Economy

Savers eager to withdraw money or check their deposits formed long queues outside the banks in Cyprus, that opened their doors to public sharp 12 on Thursday after almost two weeks of closure. Queues outside the several branches of the country’s two biggest lenders, Bank of Cyprus and Cyprus Popular Bank, […]

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28
Mar

Cyprus High Noon: banks open at 12 pm after almost two weeks

Posted by in Economy

Banks staff, armed guards, police, journalists, stockbrokers, they are all ready to record the reopening of banks in Cyprus at 12 o’clock noon today, March 28th 2013. Banks will open again with strict capital control restrictions after almost two weeks. Employees are already inside the banks preparing the reopening. Banks will operate from 12 […]

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27
Mar

Athens: bomb exploded outside residence of shipowner Nikos Tsakos

Posted by in Very Mix

A bomb exploded outside the residence of shipowner Nikos Tsakos, near Acropolis at 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday. A warning phone call to daily Eleftherotypia half an hour earlier had sent police and explosives experts to the area. Greek media report that the bomb was placed inside a school bag left […]

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