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Mar

EU mini Summit: PM Tsipras has one week to submit complete reforms list

Posted by in Economy, Politics

It was short after 3 in the morning Friday, when Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French president Francois Hollande and the other kids of the creditors’ block left the chairs of the Mini EU Summit round table on Greek debt. After talks that lasted four and […]

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20
Mar

March 20th: Total Solar Eclipse – Watch LIVE

Posted by in Very Mix

The largest total solar eclipse occurs today, Friday, March 20th 2015. The total eclipse will be visible in the Northern Hemisphere and thus in an area of several hundreds kilometers in Northern Atlantic Ocean in the Faroe islands and Svalbard in the Arctic. March 20th eclipse is been considered as […]

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19
Mar

Total Solar Eclipse, March 20/2015 – Partly visible in Greece :)

Posted by in Very Mix

A superb astronomic phenomenon! A total solar eclipse will occur  on Friday, March 20th, on the same date a the March 2015 equinox. The moon will turn new  only 14 hours after reaching lunar perigee – moon’s closest point to Earth in its orbit – and its shadow will hide […]

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19
Mar

Tsipras vs The Seven Lenders: Rift or Compromise?

Posted by in Economy

A crucial meeting between Greek prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and the country’s main lenders is scheduled to take place today, Thursday, at 7 pm Brussels time. Tsipras will participate in a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande, EU Commission President Jean Claude Juncker, ECB head Mario […]

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18
Mar

Ops! The Bismarck spotted! IMF describes “Greece as the most unhelpful client in history”

Posted by in Economy

After the heavy artillery with the giant mortars and the Stukas it’s time for battleship Bismarck to take position in the grand battle against Greece. Earlier in the afternoon, I thought I spotted Christine Lagarde as crew member of the legendary WWII warship as it was sailing the Saronic Gulf […]

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18
Mar

EU Commission warns Greece “anti-poverty law is unilateral action”, as the Stukas appear in the sky

Posted by in Economy, Politics

I thought that it was only Stupidity that had no limits. I was wrong. It is also Boldness. Especially in Brussels the center of Europe that has mutated into the major command center  currently carrying the economic World War III.  Lost in ghosts of the past, the European Commission issues […]

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18
Mar

Eurogroup moves in heavy artillery: Dijsselbloem threatens Greece with “Capital controls”

Posted by in Economy

In a further effort to bring Greek government on its knees, the country’s lenders creditors have moved in the heavy artillery. Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem fired a Thor-caliber mortar that exploded right in the middle of a banking field already damaged by high levels of deposits flight. Mortar piece labelled […]

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17
Mar

Greece legislates against Bullying after victim, 20, commits suicide

Posted by in Very Mix

“Anyone who commits bullying will be punished with imprisonment of at least six months.” This is the reaction of the Greek government to the tragic death of the first “official” victim of bullying in the country, Vaggelis Giakoumakis. The 20-year-old student committed suicide last month being unable to bear further […]

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17
Mar

Schaeuble’s platitudes:”Greece’s debt problems because the country lived far beyond its means in the past”

Posted by in Economy

Well… German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble is disappointed by the Greek government… And after five years of crisis, he came to the stunning conclusion that “the reason for Greece’s debt problems was that the country lived far beyond its means in the past. He said on Monday that “the new […]

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16
Mar

PM Tsipras to visit Berlin, March 23rd, following an invitation by Chancellor Merkel

Posted by in Politics

It was high time that German Chancellor Angela Merkel intervenes in a situation that has gone out of control. Merkel called Monday afternoon Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and invited him to Berlin. He accepted the invitation. According to state NERIT TV, Merkel’s office called Tsipras’ office in the morning, […]

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