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Apr

Self-made Easter firecrackers kill two, amputate three

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Every year the same tragedy at Easter time: fire crackers burst in the hands of the people, causing them serious injuries, amputate them and kill them. Two young men lost their lives on Good Friday, when threw the firecracker at electricity cables and were hit by high voltage. The two […]

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10
Apr

Καλό Πάσχα! Καλή Ανάσταση! Kalo Pascha! Happy Greek Easter!

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Καλό Πάσχα! Καλή Ανάσταση! Kalo Pascha! Happy Greek Easter! Easter Sunday is on April 12th 2015. Below you will find several Greek Easter Wishes before and after Jesus’ Resurrection. If you are in Greece and you want to wish like a Greek, here is a copy paste of the several […]

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9
Apr

IMF Lagarde: “I got my money” from Greece – It’s not your money, babydoll!

Posted by in Economy

Managing director of International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde confirmed that Greece paid the €450-million euro tranche on Thursday. “Greece paid the installment for April,” she said after a speech she held somewhere in Washington. “I collected my money,” Lagarde said characteristically. It’s not YOUR money, babydoll!      

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9
Apr

Snow around Athens! Where is the Greek Easter weather?

Posted by in weather

It is cold! Freezing cold. And windy. The sky is covered with these grey, off-white clouds that bear no good omen in them. It is snowing. In Athens. In April. Beginning of April! Just a few days before the Greek Orthodox Easter and as Greeks prepare for the big feast […]

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9
Apr

Putin’s plan to bypass embargo for Greece’s agricultural products

Posted by in Economy

President Vladimir Putin said during a joint press conference with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras that Russia cannot make exceptions to the embargo on agricultural products from EU countries. He added that there could be “alternative ways for the Greek products to bypass the embargo” and here they are: • […]

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9
Apr

Greece paid €450million to IMF – “Credit event” averted

Posted by in Economy

Can you imagine? It is Holy Thursday, you wake up and instead start dying Easter eggs and kneading dough for Easter sweet bread, you run to the bank and write a 450-million-euro check in order to avoid default. “Greece’s payment to  International Monetary Fund is scheduled for today,” media reported […]

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8
Apr

Greek-Russian relations in “spring” without Bear Bailout and embargo lifting

Posted by in Politics

“This meeting is very important for the Greek-Russian relations, it is the begin of a new spring,” Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said during the joint press conference with Russian president Valdimir Putin. In fact, Tsipras mentioned the word “spring” three times during his joint appearance with Putin. Both leaders assured […]

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8
Apr

Greece’s representative to IMF resigns unexpectedly

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Greek representative to International Monetary Fund and one of the Fund’s  alternate executive directors Thanos Catsambas unexpectedly resigned on Wednesday. Greek media speculate whether Catsambas’ resignation has anything to do with the visit of Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis to IMF last Sunday. Effectively Thanos Catsambas will step down from his […]

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8
Apr

Putin did some mental beads counting while meeting with Tsipras?

Posted by in Politics

What a picture! Hanging shoulders, legs apart, relaxed and kind of bored? Like in a company of men hanging around at the traditional coffee shop in a Greek or Caucasian village. Only thing missing here is a string with beads making the usual clack! clack! clack! sound, sweeping the worries […]

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8
Apr

Politically interesting! Public sector union ADEDY calls Greek government not to pay the IMF

Posted by in Society

Interesting! Greece public sector union umbrella ADEDY is joining a protest rally calling for debt write-down and the Greek government not to pay back loans to the  International Monetary Fund. Together with a civic group called “Initiative for Debt Write-Off”, ADEDY will demonstrate tomorrow Thursday, April 9th, the day Greece […]

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