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Feb 2 – Athens Public Transport: Where???

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A friendly reminder! No Buses, no Trolley, no Urban Train-HSAP, no Metro on Wednesday, February 2, 2011.  Just the Tram will operate. In case the next Tram station is 5 kilometres away I’d advice you to take your own car or a taxi. Either way you will be either stuck in […]





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Feb
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Greek Government Target: Improve Citizens’ Daily Life

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Oh I love this news! “Positive steps for the social support of citizens, tackling unemployment, combating bureaucracy,  improvement of services daily life were a priority during the session of the interinstitutional body of governing party PASOK, under the chairmanship of Prime Minister George Papandreou”  ( Zougla.gr) Are we Keep Talking about Greece?





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Feb
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Egyptians protest Mubarak in Athens

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Some hundreds Egyptians protested outside the embassy of Egypt in Athens earlier this evening. The protesters holding placards and joined by Greek solidarity groups shouted slogans against Mubarak’s regime and expressed solidarity with the people flooding the streets of Cairo. “No matter what Mubarak promises it’s too late for him. People […]





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1
Feb

Euro zone: One cig away from Comprehensive Stability Pack

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A comprehensive solution to stabilize the euro zone all people of United Europe is just a cigarette away!  Eurogroup chairman Jean-Claude Juncker  declared that discussions on the issue have started. EU Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Olli Rehn said that the future permanent European Stability Mechanism will be secured by March 2011. And Germany’s […]





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1
Feb
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Greece asks Extension of Frontex presence

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Concerned about a possible immigrants influx from Egypt, Greece has asked the Frontex to extend its presence at the country’s sea and land borders, Greek daily Kathimerini reported. Quoting sources from the Greek Citizens’ Protection Ministry the newspaper reports that Greek authorities submitted the request to EU’s border agency Frontex.  […]





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1
Feb
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Furious about Greece’s government planning and indifference

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Today is a difficult day. I keep an eye on the developments in Egypt where even the army seems to have withdrawn its support to stubborn president Mubarak. Tension there is high and anticipation is increased as thousands try to flee the country.  My second eye I keep on the chaos the […]





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1
Feb
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Lawlessness in Athens: We lost the METRO and the Limit

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No, the title is not a product of my own smart brain cells, I translated it from a Greek news portal. It is a word game with the Greek words ‘Μέτρο’ (limit, metre) and “Μετρό” (subway) and expresses in a very clever way the anarchist situation that is caused by […]





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31
Jan

Greece: Six people died from H1N1 within 48h

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Six more people died during the last 48 hours  in Greece, increasing the victims of H1N1 into 21. During the same time 13 people were hospitalized were hospitalized due to complications after the infection. (upd February 1, 2011) Greek Health authorities that from the 21 dead, 16 were men and 5 women. […]





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31
Jan

Greek Firm say CO2 emissions permits stolen by hackers

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Remember our “Greek Hackers steal emissions rights” story? It seems they weren’t very Greek, in fact it seems they weren’t Greek at all, but a Romania-based criminal ring. I had read on a Greek portal about the ‘Romanian-connection’ but the report wasn’t clear or I was too stupid to understand (and […]





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31
Jan

Hillary Clinton cancels visit to Athens and Ankara

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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has cancelled her visits to Athens and Ankara due to the protests in Egypt and demonstrations in several Middle East and North African countries. The news was reported by the Washington correspondent of Greek private television Mega Channel. Hillary Clinton was scheduled to visit […]





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31
Jan
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(upd)Athens:Public Transport Week of Strike Horror, Feb 2-4

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Some of us survived today’s buses, metro and urban train strikes. The worst is however yet to come. Apart from the hikes on public transport tickets that  start tomorrow, another strike tsounami is going to hit us this week, from February 1 to February 4, 2011. It is the second […]





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31
Jan
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Greek Foreign Ministry: Three C-130 to evacuate Greeks from Alexandria, Feb 1

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Greek Foreign Ministry announced that three C-130 military aircraft will depart the Elefsis military airport for Egypt’s Alexandria tomorrow morning at 9:00 am, February 1, 2011. Currently there are 200 members of the Greek community in Alexandria who that wish to leave the country. In the capital city, Cairo, the Greek […]





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31
Jan
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Greeks in Egypt: Emergency Hot Line set up as more & more wish to leave the country

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More and more members of the Greek community in Egypt wish to leave the country feeling insecure as the situation has gone out of control in the country that experiences an unprecedented turmoil. Were there yesterday 100 members of the Greek community of Alexandria who has applied to the Greek […]





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31
Jan
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(Upd)Greece prepares strategy for possible migrants influx from Egypt

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The ongoing anti-Mubarak protests in Egypt do not leave the international community indifferent, especially the neighboring countries. Whether president Mubarak will be ousted or not, once the unrest is settled,  a wave of Egyptians are expected to leave the country. Whether protesters or government faithful. That’s the negative outcome of massive […]





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31
Jan

German FinMin: Greece on the right track to return to markets

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Euro zone’s Big Mama, German Chancellor Angela Merkel  seems to have added some water into her wine of stubborn grapes and makes a tiny verbal U-turn concerning Greece’s debt future. Merkel’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble expressed himself positive to an extension of loan repayment and opposed the debate on debt restructuring as staged by […]





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31
Jan
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(Upd)Have a Great Week with Greek Public Transport and Doctors on Strike

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Another week targeting Greek citizens in general and Athens residents in particular has  started with public transport workers and doctors on strike. Today, Monday there will be no buses from 11 am to 4 pm. Metro and Urban Train-HSAP are on  a 24 h strike. Moreover the Metro has decided to […]





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31
Jan

Egypt’s Alexandria Library under looters’ threat – Director thanks Youth for Protection

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After the shocking damages of world’s largest collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts in Cairo’s Museum, another collection hosting world heritage is under the threat of  looters and vandals: The New Library of Alexandria, the Biblioteca Alexandrina.    In a letter published on the official website of  Biblioteca Alexandrina the director of  Egypt’s second largest Egyptian […]





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30
Jan

Floods cause destruction in Rhodes and Kos (new videos)

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Enormous is the destruction caused by the heavy rains on the islands of Rhodes and Kos. The rushing waters swept away everything in their path and turned roads into torrential rivers. They transported mud, stones, trees, garbage bins, motorbikes and cars.                                                             Rhodes   The overflown rivers on both island passed […]





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30
Jan
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Two Greek C-130 ready to evacuate Greeks from Alexandria

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As the situation in Egypt is getting more and more out of control, Greece’s Foreign Ministry has prepared a plan to evacuate Greek nationals from Alexandria, provided the city’s airport will open. Foreign Ministry has  set two Hellenic Air Force C-130 planes to be on standby in order to evacuate […]





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29
Jan
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Torrential Rains flood Rhodes and Kos Islands (video)

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Thousands of cubic metres of water fell yesterday on the island of Rhodes. The two main rivers overflew and the water masses swept away everything  on their way, including 40 cars. Greek media  report that the south-east part of the Greek island is under water. Videotaken by a Rhodes citizen […]





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