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Dec

PM Samaras: “Early elections result of partisan self-interest”; Parliament dissolves Dec 31/2014

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Prime Minister Antonis Samaras visited the President of the Hellenic Republic Tuesday noon time for the necessary arrangements to dissolve the Parliament and proclaim early elections. “The big moment has arrived,” Karolos Papoulias reportedly told Samaras and expressed hope that “all goes well with the country.” The Prime Minister replied […]

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30
Dec

UPD2 Freighter BLUE SKY M with 400-700 migrants sends distress signal; suspected armed people on board

Posted by in Very Mix

Freighter BLUE SKY M has reportedly sent a distress signal due to suspected armed people on board. The latest position of the freighter was 3 nautical miles south of the island of Othonoi in the North-West of the island of Corfu in the Ioanian Sea and within Greek territorial waters. […]

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30
Dec

Greece in the grip of freezing weather: snow also in Athens

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Millions of snow flakes have been falling in the north suburbs of Athens and the surrounding mountains since the early morning hours. Mount Penteli and Parnitha are topped white, temperatures in the North of the city are near the freezing point. In some roads, vehicles move with snow chains. Video: […]

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30
Dec
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IMF and ECB will resume bailout talks with Greece’s new government

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Snap elections in Greece? The statements of the country’s main lenders remind me of an old Greek song: “It’s midnight and the whole nature quietens…” The International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank said that they will hold bailout talks until after elections and will deal with the country’s […]

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29
Dec

German FinMin Schaeuble tells Greece it must stick to reforms path

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Early elections on 25. January 2015? Greece’s EU partners are in alert and rush one after the other to bless Greek voters and the next government with advice as public opinion polls suggest that main opposition party, left-wing SYRIZA will emerge as the strongest party in the January elections. After […]

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29
Dec

EU Commissioner Moscovici urges Greek voters to support “Europe” & “growth-friendly reforms” (lol)

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Short after Prime Minister Antonis Samaras announced that early election will take place on January 25th 2015, Pierre Moscovici, Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, issued a statement urging voters to support Europe. In his statement Moscovici claimed that the reforms are “growth-friendly”, there where millions of […]

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29
Dec

Greek PM Samaras: Early Elections 25. January 2015

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The time of truth has come and the clock is ticking… The third round of voting for Greece’s next President will decide whether the coalition government of Nea Dimokratia and PASOK will stay in power or the country will head to snap elections. Sole Presidential candidate Stavros Dimas needs 180 […]

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28
Dec

UPDs Norman Atlantic: Death toll rises to 13; fears of 38 missing people

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Scroll Down for the latest Updates and News! An international rescue operation under bad weather conditions is taking place in order to evacuate 422 passengers and 55 crew from ferry Norman Atlantic that is ablaze. According to Greek state NERIT TV, 42 passengers have been rescued and were transported to […]

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24
Dec

KTG goes to a short but deserved Christmas break…

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Merry Christmas and Καλά Χριστούγεννα to all!. KTG goes to a short but well deserved Christmas break.   PS should there be some Breaking News, KTG will be back to report… or not  

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23
Dec

Were will the 180 votes for Greece’s next President will come from?

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The second round of Presidential voting ended on Tuesday with candidate Stavros Dimas to have received 168 votes, far below the 200 needed. The votes came from the coalition Nea Dimokratia – PASOK (155) and 13 from independent MPs, among them two ex Golden Dawn. 2. round of voting – […]

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