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Dec

“Comments” Plug-in: must work fine after recent reset

Posted by in Tech

Last Thursday, I  reset the “comments” plug-in that had turned into a plague for many KTG-readers who were questioning their maths knowledge. As far as I can see form the uploaded comments, the new plugi-in seems to work fine. Go on, now! Write a comment PS I had always thought […]

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12
Dec

Village in Northern Greece evacuated due to Evros river flooding (video)

Posted by in Uncategorized

Homes are been evacuate3d in the village Ormenio located across the bed of Evros river in the north-eastern border of Greece with Turkey. The decision for evacuation came after the rupture of the embankment Friday morning due to the high volume of the river waters. Video: floods in the area […]

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12
Dec

UPD Same weapons used against German embassy? Shots fired at Israeli Embassy in Athens

Posted by in Very Mix

Unknown gunmen opened fired at the Israeli Embassy in Psychiko suburb of Athens in the early morning hours of Friday. In a brief statement Greek Police said that “54 bullet casing 7.62mm from Kalashnikov weapons were collected from the attack scene” and “that nobody was injured.” According to Greek media, […]

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11
Dec

Athens: Metro & Urban train ISAP station to close Dec 11/2014

Posted by in Society

Metro and Urban Train ISAP station “Omonia” will be closed to public as of 5:30 pm today, Thursday, 11. December 2014. A protest meeting and a rally against “state violence” have been scheduled by demonstrators. The wagons will pass through but passengers will have not possibility to get off or […]

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11
Dec

Athens Stock Exchange in free fall after PM’s fearmongering speech

Posted by in Economy, Politics

I suppose Prime Minister Antonis Samaras had a noble cause when he arranged that his speech to the parliamentary group of Nea Dimokratia should be live on television. The plan backfired. The PM mainly and fiercely attacked left-wing SYRIZA “for bringing back Grexit fears”and had stock marketers sell off even […]

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11
Dec

Ex FinMin Papaconstantinou at “Special Court” over Lagarde List

Posted by in Politics

Former Finance Minister Giorgos Papaconstantinou will be referred to “special court” and stands trial for deleting the names of four of his relatives from the infamous Lagarde-List containing the names of Greeks suspected of tax evasion. With votes 4:1 the judges of the Supreme Judicial Council of the Supreme Court […]

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11
Dec

Floods in Northern Greece claim lives of 4 people

Posted by in weather

Four people lost their lives since last Saturday, when heavy rained poured down and rivers and streams flooded in North-East Greece. Outside Thessaloniki, a man, 44, was swept away by the stormy waters of Gallikos river, when he tried to cross on foot. In Kilkis, a taxi driver, 49, did […]

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10
Dec

Life of a Greek soldier killed on duty is worth €13,000 minus €3,000 tax!!!

Posted by in Society

We have an expression here in Greece: “somebody squeezes fat out of a fly”.  We use this expression in order to describe someone extremely miserly and stingy. Now the Greek state, precisely the Greek Finance Ministry shows this attitude towards the family of a 19-year-old soldier who was killed during […]

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10
Dec

Justice Minister makes last minute amendment as Romanos begins also “thirst-strike”(30th day “hunger-strike”)

Posted by in Very Mix

After the dramatic but fruitless consultations between political parties in Greek Parliament on Tuesday night, prisoner Nikos Romanos, 21, began also a “thirst strike” on Wednesday morning, the 30th day of the “hunger-strike” he started on November 10th. With the crucial for Romanos case parliament voting on prisoners’ educational furloughts […]

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9
Dec

Greek PM names Stavros Dimas as Presidential candidate; “political suicide” for Samaras?

Posted by in Politics

In a televised address to the nation on Tuesday noon, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras named former EU Commissioner Stavros Dimas as the Presidential candidate. the announcement was made about an hour after Dimas had a meeting with Samaras in the Prime Minister’s office. Stavros Dimas, 73, is a center-right politician […]

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