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Mar

Controversial video: did Varoufakis raise middle finger to Germany?

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Did Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis raised his middle finger against the country’s lenders or not? A video from a speech Varoufakis held at an international conference in Zagreb in 2013 was aired at a television talk show of German broadcaster ARD on Sunday evening, while the Greek Finance Minister […]

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12
Mar

Will Germany claim back Greece’s EURO 2004 champion title?

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Οh oh oh! Τhings between Germany and Greece are getting really serious and the bilateral relations may be damaged forever. Germany not only vehemently rejects Greek WWII reparations claim. Now it threatens with the worst! To claim back Greece’s UEFA Euro 2004 Championship title for the simple reason that the […]

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12
Mar

Greece officially complains to Germany about Schaeuble’s insult

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Greece officially complained to Germany about an insulting statement by Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble about his counterpart Yanis Varoufakis. The complain was verbal and was submitted by “the Greek ambassador to Berlin to the German Foreign Ministry on Tuesday evening,” Greek Foreign Ministry spokesman Konstantinos Koutras told journalists on Thursday. […]

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11
Mar

New name, new luck? The “Brussels Group”: the lenders formerly known as the Troika plus Greece

Posted by in Economy, Politics

The Troika is dead! Long live the Brussels Group! Or The BG according to the code books of the technical teams dealing with the Greek debt issue in Brussels. Citing Greek government sources, local media report that officials from Greece and the European Commission, the ECB, the IMF, the ESM […]

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11
Mar

Greek gov’t to demand WWII reparations from Germany, may confiscate Goethe Institute

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After a long debate that ended in the early morning hours of Wednesday, the Greek Parliament decided to establish a committee in order to demand World War II reparations from Germany. And if this is not enough challenge towards the country’s biggest creditor, the Justice Minister assured, he was ready […]

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10
Mar

German state TV: Eurozone didn’t allow Greece to bankrupt in 2010, due to German & French banks

Posted by in Economy

German state broadcaster ARD aired a documentary that shocked many conservatives, neoliberals and hardliners accord the German country. The documentary with the title “The trail of the Troika – Power without Control” , a documentary produced by RBB from network ARTE showed to Germans a different approach to the Greek […]

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10
Mar

Why is ex PM Samaras still sitting on ND leadership chair?

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While everybody has/had been awaiting for ex Prime Minister Antonis Samaras to resign from Nea Dimokratia leadership as he lost the elections, the ex PM is still there, alive and kicking. At a 3-day meeting of the Political Committee of the party over the weekend, at least 15 ND lawmakers […]

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9
Mar

Greece sends neo-nazi Golden Dawn on trial, April 20, i.e. Hitler’s birthday

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Somebody must have a real grotesque sense of humor or just wanted to send a powerful message against racism. After almost 18 month in custody, several members of Greece’s neo-nazi and ultra-right Goldwn Dawn will stand trial on April 20th 2015. “April 2o? That is, a day before the colonels’ […]

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9
Mar

64 suspects to stand trial for SIEMENS/OTE €70m bribes scandal; among them 13 Germans

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Ten years after the discovery of the scandal and judges have finally took the decision to refer 64 suspects to stand trial over bribes paid by German giant SIEMENS to secure a public contract. Among the 64 suspects are 13 German nationals, executives of the parent company. According to the […]

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9
Mar

Survey: 7:10 Greeks support “honorable compromise” with European partners

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Seven out of ten Greeks support a “honorable compromise” with a mutually acceptable solution between the Greek government and the European partners. The public opinion survey conducted by Marc for daily Efimerida ton Syntakton refers to Government’s announced measures and future plans: To the question “if negotiations do not bridge […]

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