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Oct

J. Ackermann: There was an alternative bailout to save Greece but Germany rejected it

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“There was a bailout plan to save Greece in February 2010 but Germany opposed it, therefore Greece had to turn to International Monetary Fund.”  Josef Ackermann, a Swiss banker and former executive officer of Deutsche Bank made the revelation in an interview to Sunday newspaper To Vima. The bailout plan [...]

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6
Oct

Greek PM Samaras submits Confidence Vote request – Voting Oct 10/2014

Posted by in Politics

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras officially submitted a request for a confidence vote on Monday, the day the Parliament Plenary resumed work after the summer break. On Wednesday,  a 3-day debate is to start  while the voting is scheduled for Friday, October 10th 2014, at midnight. The request was submitted to [...]

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6
Oct

Deadly pile-up on Greek Highway kills 5, injures 32 (pics, video)

Posted by in Very Mix

“The lorry was …swallowing the vehicles, as if they were made of plastic. It was very scary because I could see the cars thrown in the air, people being swept away by the cars.” Eye witness Stathis Sariyiannidis described the horror he experienced while on the cars queue at Egnatia [...]

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2
Oct

Greek Public Order Minister: “Terrorists targeted Olympiakos FC President, Shipowner, Siemens, Nea Dimokratia…”

Posted by in Very Mix

Anti-terror Police managed a big blow against terrorists planning several attacks, Greek Minister for Public Order, Vassilis Kikilias, said on Thursday.  In a joint press conference with the chief of Greek Police, the minister revealed that prominent shipowners, offices of multinational companies and political parties as well as the President [...]

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2
Oct

Greek Court declares Air Flight Controllers’ strike “illegal” – Flights as scheduled, Oct 4-5/2014

Posted by in Tourism

First Instance Court in Athens declared the planned 48-hour strike by Greek Air Traffic Controllers as “illegal”. Therefore all flights will will operate as scheduled on the weekend October 4th and 5th 2014. It was the Civic Aviation Authority that had appealed to the court with the aim to cancel [...]

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2
Oct

Last Chance for Survival: Greek Gov’t to seek vote of confidence

Posted by in Politics

In an unexpected move, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and deputy PM Evangelos Venizelos announced on Wednesday evening, that they will seek a vote of confidence at the Greek Parliament.The government decision splashes in the middle of a political atmosphere full of tension with main opposition party left-wing SYRIZA, a constant [...]

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30
Sep

Thessaloniki: Outrage as man dies after waiting for 1.5 hour to pay the property tax

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A 70-year-old man suffered a what it seems a heart attack while waiting at a bank to pay the property tax. The man collapsed after waiting at the queue for one and half hour. An ambulance was called in, the paramedics tried first aid, he was transferred to a nearby [...]

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30
Sep

Athens: Roma set tires on fire to protest demolition of their settlement

Posted by in Society

Some two hundred Roma set tires on fire on one of main Athens roads on Tuesday in order to protest the forceful demolition of their settlement. The protest took place at Mesogeion Avenue around Nomismatokopeio metro station where the Roma have been occupying an area for the last 40 years. [...]

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26
Sep

Silver Alert: Dutch citizen missing in Athens

Posted by in Very Mix

A Dutch citizen has been missing since September 24th 2014. Bijloos Eric went missing from Omonia Square in downtown Athens. According to SDilver Alert service, he is 66 years old, thin and 1.70m tall. He does not speak Greek. On the day he went missing he was wearing a yellow [...]

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26
Sep

UPD Thessaloniki: Woman allegedly buried alive!

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Greek Police investigates the macabre case of a woman who has been allegedly buried alive. Eye witnesses visiting the cemetery in Perea claimed that they heard a muffled call for help coming from a grave. Efforts to dig out the coffin were started immediately but meanwhile the woman had apparently [...]

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