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Oct
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German Krupp Objects Greek-French Frigates Deal

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It’s high time to start a post with a Greek saying. “Two donkeys gave been quarreling inside a foreign barn”. In our case the ‘barn’ that is Greece is empty and yet. Berlin and Paris have been quarreling on weapons deals and warships to be sold to broke Greece. It […]

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17
Oct

Athens Garbage War: From Grotesque to Dangerous (video)

Posted by in Society

This is an incredible scenario written by some script-writer who’s great fan of the grotesque genre. While some municipalities ordered private companies to collect the garbage, “the police is chasing them as it turns out that some of the private trucks do not have licenses to do the dirty work.” […]

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17
Oct

How Would a Greek “Haircut” Look Like?

Posted by in Economy, Lifestyle

The haircut debate of the Greek bonds is endless. Technocrats, bankers and politicians table percentages from 25% up to 80% and billions of euro are whirling around our heads. The effects of a big scale haircut is questionable in any case then the situation might get out of control and an ‘unorderly […]

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17
Oct
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What’s Up in Greece on Oct 17?

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A “Passion Week” is up for everybody in Greece as Monday marks the beginning of a series of strikes, that will paralyze the country and it heralds possible political developments. At the same time the countdown for a possible solution (or not) of the Greek debt started. The “haircut is […]

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16
Oct

Papandreou-Papoulias Meeting Triggers Speculations…

Posted by in Politics

Something is been cooking on the stove of the Greek political kitchen, with ruling party PASOK ministers to raise their voices and criticizing the prime minister, opposition parties to demand early elections and national unity government, Papandreou to seem unsure about the future of the Greek debt, and citizens to crack […]

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16
Oct

Greek Politicians Meet A Wave of “Indignant” Citizens Across The Country (videos)

Posted by in Society

While the protest in Athens were peacefully on Saturday, Oct 15th, in quite some areas outside the Greek capital, government officials, alternate ministers and deputies of ruling party PASOK got confronted with the anger of “indignant” citizens. With slogans against the government economic policies and chanting “Thieves! Thieves!” angry Greeks also raised […]

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16
Oct

“Check Mate” by 3 Greek Gov’t Ministers – Is Papandreou Counting Days?

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Now the Greeks got their own ‘Troika” made in Greece. Three top government ministers wrote an open letter of political interference addressing even the Prime Minister, the society and the unions. Anna Diamantopoulou (Education), Andreas Loverdos (Health) and Yannis Ragousis (Infrastructure) call for changes without delays and indirectly blamed the prime […]

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16
Oct

Scandal!Private Garbage Co. Unload Trash Outside Land Fill

Posted by in Society

Many Greek wondered yesterday, what happens with the garbage collected by private companies while the land fill in Athens is/was still occupied. The answer came allegedly at 11 pm on Saturday night when the ‘smart’ Greek private garbage companies unloaded some tons of rotten garbage in the abandoned premises of the old airport Hellinikon […]

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15
Oct

Upd1: Greek Air Traffic Controllers (GATCA) to End Strike, Oct 19, 12 Noon Local Time

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UPDATE Oct 18 at 9 pm: there is information that the Air Traffic Controllers have cancelled the 48h strike and that they will have a work stoppage instead. The work stoppage is due from (midnight Tuesday) 00:01 am until 12 o’ clock noon (local time), Wednesday 19, 2011. Eurocontrol gives the […]

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15
Oct

Athens Protests Go Global, Oct 15

Posted by in Society

Protesters worldwide gear up for a cry of rage against bankers, financiers and politicians they accuse of ruining global economies and condemning millions to poverty and hardship through greed. From Alaska to London, from New Zealand to Athens, from Brussels to New York global protesters will meet into an action that […]

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