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25
May

Greece Elections 2014: exit polls at 7pm, first results 9.30-10 pm

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Ballots boxes closed at 7 p.m. on Sunday for the second round of municipality and regional elections and the voting for the European Parliament. Right after the closing of ballot boxes, at 7 p.m., pollsters are going to publish the exit polls. According to Interior Minister Yiannis Michelakis, first official [...]

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25
May

Athens: Bullets found in PASOK Headquarters

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A cartridge from an automatic weapon and two slugs were found on Sunday in the headquarters of Greece’s coalition government party PASOK in Charilaou Trikoupu Street in downtown Athens. According to Greek media, PASOK employees found a hole caused by a bullet in the wall of the office of party [...]

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24
May

UPDs Powerful earthquake 6.5R hits Greece: 3 injured, material damages

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A powerful earthquake hit the Northern Aegean Sea area in Greece on Saturday at 12:27 noon local time. Several geo-dynamic institutes give different magnitudes from 5.7 R up to 7.2 R. According to Geo-dynamic Institute of Athens University, the earthquake measured 6.5 R and had a depth of 6 km. [...]

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23
May

Elections 2014 Opinion Polls: SYRIZA ahead of Nea Dimokratia

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Two public opinion polls about the European Parliament elections show that left-wing SYRIZA is ahead of Nea Dimokratia even if the difference varies from 1% to 3.4%. Poll conducted by ALCO: SYRIZA 24.2% Nea Dimokratia 20.8% Golden dawn 7.7% To Potami 5.8% PASOK/ELIA 5.3% KKE 4.8% Independent Greeks 3.3% Democratic [...]

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23
May

Nea Dimokratia, PASOK vs SYRIZA: Dangerous games with Golden Dawn

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A war of words between the coalition government parties and  main opposition SYRIZA has broken out, with coalition partners Nea Dimokratia and PASOK to launch fierce attacks against the left-wing party that threatens to win the EU elections in upcoming Sunday. The “flirt” with Golden Dawn voters before the second [...]

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23
May

Fitch upgrades Greece, warns of “political instability” if snap elections

Posted by in Economy, Politics

Fitch Ratings increased Greece’s credit rating one level confirming PM Antonis Samaras’ elections slogan that the economy is improving. And still in line with Samaras and his coalition partner Venizelos, Fitch warns of “political instability” should early elections take place. “Greece’s long-term debt was raised to B, five levels below [...]

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22
May

Silver Alert: elderly Greek man, 75, located in Rotterdam, back to his family

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Good news! Silver Alert, the service for missing seniors. announced that the elderly man found in Rotterdam, Holland is back to Greece and  near his family. According to Silver Alert statement, the family of the man was found through the missing ads and the mobilization of the volunteers aiding the [...]

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22
May

German FinMin Schaeuble: “A Greek politician proposed the Grexit”

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Ayayayeee! Just three days before the EU elections that may put the Greek coalition government at risk, German Financial Minister Woflgang Schaeuble launched a ‘torpedo’. Asked to comment on recent reports of Financial Times, Schaeuble revealed that it was a Greek politician who made the proposal for Greece to exit [...]

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22
May

FinMin Stournaras saw the light before elections: “It’s time for the rich to pay”

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Incredibly short before the elections, Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras saw the light. Two years after running Greece’s finances, Stournaras realized that it was the employees and pensioners bearing the load of over taxation and coming up for the obligations of the debt-ridden country. “It’s time for the rich to pay,” [...]

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22
May

Athens: protesting cleaners “occupy” the Finance Ministry

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Fifteen cleaners entered the building of Finance Ministry at 7 o’clock in the morning, put a chain on the door and locked themselves in. The cleaners decided to symbolically “occupy” the ministry, after officials said to appeal the court decision to hire them anew. On May 16th, the First Instance [...]

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