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Feb

Papademos’ Sudden Trip to Brussels

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Greek prime minister Lucas Papademos suddenly left Athens for Brussels on Sunday afternoon,ahead tomorrow’s crucial meeting of the Eurogroup. Ethnos.gr reported that Papademos would hold contacts with ‘leading institutional factors’ of the EU. However it looks as if Papademos would have his meetings on Monday morning. According to reports, there are still some critical […]

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19
Feb

What’s Up in Greece on Feb 19/12?

Posted by in Very Mix

Protests are up in Greece, specifically in Athens, outside the Greek parliament. Members of public and private sector unions, ADEDY and GSEE, have already started to flock to Syntagma Square for an anti-austerity demonstration on Sunday morning. Several other interests groups have also called for an anti-austerity protest in the […]

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18
Feb

Solidarity Action Goes Global: We Are All Greeks Now

Posted by in Society

From New York to Paris and from Dusseldorf ro Madrid people are gathering at main squares and outside Greek diplomatic representations to express their solidarity with the Greek people. With the common slogan “We Are All Greeks”. Greeks suffering from the dramatic economic situations, from the harsh austerity measures. With every measure […]

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17
Feb

What Is This Angry Greek Crowd Waiting For? (video)

Posted by in Society

Overcrowding. Fainting. Angry voices. Trampling. Raised Arms. Despair. Here nobody distributes bread in a refugee camp. Nobody gives free gold… The woman standing above the crowd distributes magic papers… priority numbers. So the crowd will receive certificates of disability.  Many of the people – the majority of them seniors – have been waiting in […]

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17
Feb

Papademos-Monti-Merkel: Optimism About For 2nd Bailout

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Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos are hopeful that an agreement can be reached on Greece at Monday’s Eurogroup meeting. The three leaders held a teleconference on Friday afternoon upon the initiative of the Italian PM. His office issued a statement saying that […]

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17
Feb
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17
Feb

Athens: Police Fired Tear Gas at High-School Students Rally (videos)

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Several hundreds high-school students gathered outside the Greek Parliament at Friday noon to protest the conditions in the education and the general situation of the country due to the harsh austerity. The students were chanting slogans, holding banners and even had a sit-in protest. However, tension rose as they started […]

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17
Feb

(UPD) Germans Protest Outside German Embassy in Athens

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 An artists’ group from Hamburg protested outside the diplomatic representation of their country against the attitude of the German government towards Greece. The protest-performance took place on Friday morning outside the German embassy at noble district of Athens Kolonaki. Tension with police rose when a woman protester threw an egg […]

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17
Feb

What’s Up in Greece on Feb 17/12?

Posted by in Very Mix

Action is up in Greece today as everybody is running around and rushing to fix things ahead of important deadlines. The government is rushing in order to fix where the cuts worth 325 million euro will come from. The government plans a 10% ‘haircut’ to pensions over €1,300, another 10% cut in wages of […]

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17
Feb

Culture Minister Submitted Resignation Over Ancient Olympia Robbery

Posted by in Culture, Politics

Minister of Culture and Tourism, Pavlos Geroulanos, submitted his resignation to Prime Minister, Lucas Papademos, over an armed robbery at the old museum of Ancient Olympia early on Friday morning. Greek media report, that two men wearing hoods broke into the museum, threatened the guard with guns, tied her up and gagged. […]

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