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Greek Court declares Air Flight Controllers’ strike “illegal” – Flights as scheduled, Oct 4-5/2014

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First Instance Court in Athens declared the planned 48-hour strike by Greek Air Traffic Controllers as “illegal”. Therefore all flights will will operate as scheduled on the weekend October 4th and 5th 2014. It was the Civic Aviation Authority that had appealed to the court with the aim to cancel [...]

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2
Oct

Last Chance for Survival: Greek Gov’t to seek vote of confidence

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In an unexpected move, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and deputy PM Evangelos Venizelos announced on Wednesday evening, that they will seek a vote of confidence at the Greek Parliament.The government decision splashes in the middle of a political atmosphere full of tension with main opposition party left-wing SYRIZA, a constant [...]

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30
Sep

Thessaloniki: Outrage as man dies after waiting for 1.5 hour to pay the property tax

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A 70-year-old man suffered a what it seems a heart attack while waiting at a bank to pay the property tax. The man collapsed after waiting at the queue for one and half hour. An ambulance was called in, the paramedics tried first aid, he was transferred to a nearby [...]

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30
Sep

Athens: Roma set tires on fire to protest demolition of their settlement

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Some two hundred Roma set tires on fire on one of main Athens roads on Tuesday in order to protest the forceful demolition of their settlement. The protest took place at Mesogeion Avenue around Nomismatokopeio metro station where the Roma have been occupying an area for the last 40 years. [...]

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26
Sep

Silver Alert: Dutch citizen missing in Athens

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A Dutch citizen has been missing since September 24th 2014. Bijloos Eric went missing from Omonia Square in downtown Athens. According to SDilver Alert service, he is 66 years old, thin and 1.70m tall. He does not speak Greek. On the day he went missing he was wearing a yellow [...]

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26
Sep

UPD Thessaloniki: Woman allegedly buried alive!

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Greek Police investigates the macabre case of a woman who has been allegedly buried alive. Eye witnesses visiting the cemetery in Perea claimed that they heard a muffled call for help coming from a grave. Efforts to dig out the coffin were started immediately but meanwhile the woman had apparently [...]

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22
Sep

John Perkins: How “economic hit men” bring countries to fall

Posted by in Economy

This is a very interesting aspect based on the confessions of a so-called “economic hit man”.  John Perkins, author of the book “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man” claims that it is international organizations like the IMF or the World Bank that under the pretext of ‘saving a country’ in [...]

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22
Sep

Amphipolis: virtual representation of the tomb area (video)

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A virtual representation apparently with the aid of google maps displays the broader area of the mysterious tomb of Amphipolis. The creator of the video is unknown. Enjoy! embedded by Embedded VideoYouTube Direkt    

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22
Sep
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Athens: Metro workers on work stoppage, Sept 24/2014

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Metro workers will launch a work stoppage on Wednesday in order to hold their union general assembly meeting. The work stoppage will be from 1 pm to 5 pm, September 24th 2014. Good luck, commuters!

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22
Sep
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Public sector union on 24h strike, Sept 23/2014

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Long time not seen. A Greek strike. Public sector union ADEDY will launch a 24-hour strike on Tuesday, September 23rd 2014. The unionists will protest the process of “assessment criteria” set by the state, changes in criteria of working contracts and individual assessments for the teachers. The protest meeting will [...]

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