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Nov

Extreme Weather Conditions with Thunderstorms & Hail expected in Greece, Nov 7-9/2014

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Extreme weather conditions with thunderstorms and hail are expected in Greece over the weekend,” meteorologists and civil protection authorities warn. The risk of floods is considered to be high due to the volume of rain expected to fall. The bad weather front is expected to start today Friday in the [...]

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7
Nov

Education Ministry seeks to hire 1,100 teachers to work on voluntary basis, ie. without payment

Posted by in Politics, Society

Greek Education Ministry seek fill 1,100 job vacancies with teachers who would be gladly and proudly work on “voluntary basis”, that is without payment! According to daily TA NEA, Education Minister Andreas Loverdos considers to seek teachers who would work on voluntary basis in order to fill up vacancies in [...]

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7
Nov

Scandal or “oversight”? Greek Tourism video “communicates” Nazi Olympic Games

Posted by in Politics, Tourism

A scandal?  A gaffe? A documented of officials’ inadequacy? Or just an “oversight”? The original video clip of which the Greek Tourism Ministry and the Greek National Tourism Organization (EOT) have been so proud of, contained footage from the Nazi Olympic Games in 1936. The inexcusable footage showed a blond [...]

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6
Nov

Inception! Greek bets €3K in Jackpot lottery claiming he saw the lucky number in his dream

Posted by in Very Mix

A young man entered a Joker lottery office with a bunch of 50-euro banknotes. He grabbed a lottery ticket and started to check numbers. A total 13 different numbers and 3 for jokers. Total cost of the lottery ticket was 3,000 euro. A private TV reporter who happened to be [...]

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6
Nov

Deputy Education Minister to resign over vulgar verbal attack against KKE MP

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Tension went high in Greek Parliament, when Liana Kanelli, Greek Communist Party MP, criticized deputy Education Ministrer Giorgos Stylios for the free breakfast program in schools. The deputy Minister acts like “Marie Antoinette, when he says, he offers one piece of fruit per day to children, but has spent 3 [...]

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5
Nov

Golden Dawn registers as political party in …Spain!

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Spanish branch of the neo-fascist Golden Dawn party has been officially registered as a political party in Spain, the Euronews reports on Wednesday. The Spanish version of neo-nazi Golden Dawn is called “Amanecer Dorado”. The country’s Interior Ministry registered the Valencia-based Amanecer Dorado on October 27, Euronews said quoting local [...]

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5
Nov

Tourism Ministry releases “Gods, Myths, Heroes” Greece promotion campaign 2015 (video/English)

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Tourism Ministry released the 2015  campaign video to promote Greece and attract millions of foreign tourists. Narrated by Don Morgan Nielsen, the 11-minute long video presents some of the most significant spots of  Greece. The “story about Greece with D. M. Nielsen” is the new National Tourist Organization (EOT) video [...]

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5
Nov

Port workers on 24h Strike, Nov 6/2014

Posted by in Society

The union of port workers has announced a 24-hour strike for Thursday, November 6th 2014. It is mainly the port workers of Piraeus who want to protest the privatization of several ports and port institutions.The union plans a protest meeting and a march to Greek Finance Ministry to start at [...]

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5
Nov

500 high schools in occupation: students and parents … detained!

Posted by in Society

A wave of occupations by protesting students across the country has called in prosecutors and police in schoolyards. At the same time, Greek media report of detentions of students and even their parents, of preventive detentions for no actual reason and an incident of police violence against a high school [...]

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4
Nov

Unprecedented! Athens Metro: ticket contoller slaps in the face jobless fare dodger !

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Unprecedented!  A ticket controller slapped a woman in the face after he found out that the jobless had no valid ticket with her. The incident occurred at the Metro station Omonia in downtown Athens. The attacker and the victim turned to the nearest police station but the woman was not [...]

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