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Athens Metro & Urban Train ISAP 24h strike, Jan 1/2013

Workers at Athens Metro and urban train ISAP (HSAP) will launch a 24-hour strike on January 1st 2013. Workers oppose wages cuts, personnel transfer and lay offs. It’s the first strike of the new troubled year 2013.

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Heavy rainfall floods roads, basements & shops. One dead

Heavy rains caused serious problems across Greece, leaving behind one dead and flooded homes, shops and streets. One man was found dead at the shore of Kaletzi river in Karditsa, in Northern Greece. The 67-year-old pensioner had left the village coffee shop on Saturday evening while heavy rainfall was hitting the area. …

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Lagarde-List burns ex Greek Finance Minister Papaconstantinou

For former Greek Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou the New Year’s Eve fire cracker went of earlier than planned. Not on upcoming Monday night but on Friday noon. Reason for the drama unfolding before our eyes, were the claims that two of his relatives had bank accounts at the HSBC, Geneva branch. Nothing …

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Xanthi: Police captures rapist who set victim alight

The monster who raped, abused and set a young woman on fire in Xanthi, confessed his hideous crime. The 27-year-old Greek was a neighbour to the parents’ home of the victim, a woman of 34 years old who was visiting her parents over Christmas holidays. He was captured on Thursday evening, …

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Gotcha! Santa flew over Acropolis and Santorini

 Although Santa is traditionally expected in Greece in the night of New Year’s Eve,  Americans captured him passing by the Acropolis in Athens and the island of Santorini and thus in the night of the Christmas Eve. With a sleight full of presents and his famous reindeer. Video: norad.org embedded by Embedded …

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Xanthi: heinous crime against a woman shocks Greek society

The screams of a woman set on fire woke up the residents of a building at 5 in the morning Thursday morning in 40 Ekklisies area of Xanthi in North-East Greece. Some of them rushed to the woman and tried to extinguish the fire. However, there wasn’t much they could do. The …

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Greece’s prosecutors compare two Lagarde-lists on tax evaders

Two versions of infamous Lagarde-list will reportedly find their way to the Greek parliament tomorrow or upcoming Monday. Economic prosecutors travelled to Paris on December 21st and returned to Athens with a copy of the original list with the names of Greeks suspected of tax evasion.  France had originally handed over the …

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Criminal Fraudsters in Greek National Tourism Organization (EOT)

A fraud attempt to extract almost 150,000 euro from Greek National Tourism Organization lead to the arrest of five people, including a former special adviser to ex-GNTO general secretary Nikos Karachalios. The fraud was disclosed when last Friday a woman tried to get a payment for a cheque bearing allegedly …

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Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas

 …and remember. You can have a Merry Little Christmas even if you are away from family and friends 🙂 embedded by Embedded VideoYouTube Direkt  

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