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Nov

Athens: police attacks 2 reporters, raids Exarchia, uses stun grenades & teargas for no obvious reason

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Greek police beat one female photo reporter and a male journalist covering the raid in Exarxeia district of Athens. According to reports, riot police beat the photo-reporter on the back and pulled her by the hair, while she was covering the rally to the US Embassy tonight. A little later, [...]

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17
Nov

Live from Athens: riot police fires teargas at protesters (videos)

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Amid tension in Greek universities and strong anti-austerity public sentiment the march to commemorate the dead and the Students’ Uprising of 1973 against the military dictatorship started at 3 pm. Seven thousand policemen in full equipment are said to be on alert, as thousands of students, workers, unemployed, young and [...]

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17
Nov

LAOS Chairaman Karatzaferis investigated for €5.5mln in off-shore and possible kickbacks

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Founder and president of nationalist Popular Orthodox Rally (LAOS), veteran politician Giorgos Karatzaferis is being investigated for 6 million euros in off-shore accounts and possible kickbacks from military armament programs like the Super Puma helicopters purchased in the year 2000. Katatzaferis could face felony charges for According to Greek media, [...]

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17
Nov

UPD Athens: 4 Metro stations open except for

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UPDATE: as of 9:30 pm four metro stations are open to the public, except for <Panepistimio> that remains closed by the police, apparently due to the incidents in Exarchia.   Greek Police closes five metro stations in downtown Athens due to the protest march on November 17th 2014. Metro station [...]

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16
Nov

With preposterous claims Greece and Turkey compete for “Global Joke Award 2014″

Posted by in Very Mix

Forget all you have ever learned in the schools you attended about religion and history, and great discoveries and national boundaries. Greece and Turkey will teach you better. And at the end of the day you will shout “It’s all Greek to me” thus giving a new meaning to the [...]

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16
Nov

Amphipolis: the dead of the tomb in a sketch (pictures)

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It doesn’t really matter and it certainly makes no difference if the skeleton found in the ancient tomb of Amphipolis belongs to a man or a woman. Greeks manage to reconstructs his main features in a sketch. According to daily TA NEA, the famous dead – whether he likes it [...]

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16
Nov

Dark Ages: Greek gov’t spoxwoman lashes out against the Internet

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It’s a fact Greek style: “The internet will never replace the newspapers!” Government spokeswoman Sofia Voultepsi, a …journalist, discovered the future of information and how it will be spread around the world. That is the Greek world of the Greek government, apparently, because the rest of the world is up [...]

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16
Nov

BBC-report “Disabled children kept in cages in Lechaina center” surprised Greek officials – Again!

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It is not a kennel or an animal shelter, it is a state-run home for disabled children. A spoon slides between two wooden bars to feed a child; in and out, in and out until the child has eaten its meal. A hand turns a key in the padlock twice [...]

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14
Nov

ND MP Psycharis’ resignation frees analysts’ imagination

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Sudden and unexpected, Nea Dimokratia MP Andreas Psycharis submitted his resignation from the party of PM Samaras, right after he voted in the Greek Parliament in favor of the crucial bill granting debtors up to 100-installment payment scheme. In a press release, Psycharis explained the reason for his resignation as [...]

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14
Nov

Athens: riot police against students with batons & teargas (video)

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Clashes between armed riot police and unarmed students, batons landing on heads and back bones, teargas and garbage bins set on fire were the features of the tension scenery on Thursday night that took place in downtown Athens, near Omonia square. One Photo reporter was attacked by police and injured, [...]

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