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Apr

Crete: fishermen help whale to return to open sea (video)

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A good news for a change. A young whale had apparently lost its orientation and was swimming in swallow waters near Keratokampos bay in Crete. The whale was lucky to come near fishermen from the area. The men tried to help her return to the open sea, while the most [...]

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Apr

Greek FinMin: We do everything to secure the banks

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Greek Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras could not say it more clearly. That top priority of the EU partners is to safe the banks. “We learned our lesson from the crisis. We do everything what is possible to ensure that the banking system is safe,” Stournaras said during a joint press [...]

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Apr

Eurogroup: Greeks secure bailout €8.3 bn but need to implement 12 “prior actions”

Posted by in Economy

All clear in Athens front. The Eurogroup finance ministers are content with the commitments and actions of the Greek government and decided to release the next bailout installment of 8.3 billion euro from the EFSF. However not all money will come at once as our partners and lenders seem to [...]

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Apr

Prosecutor calls IKA chief with felony charges

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Corruption prosecutors filled felony charges against Rovertos Spyropoulos, the chief administrator of Greece biggest social security fund IKA. According to Greek media, Spyropoulos allegedly helped a big supermarket chain to avoid paying 18,000,000 euro debts to IKA. Prosecutors accuse Spyropoulos of corruption and breach of trust against the Greek state. [...]

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Apr

Athens: Eurogroup FinMins to compensate Greeks for their sacrifices. :)

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Finance Ministers of the Eurogroup currently in Athens have decided to finally and practically reward Greeks for their sacrifices. The common people, not the government officials and the state institutions. During the informal meeting, where they will decide about the amount and the pace of the bailout tranches to debt-ridden [...]

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Apr

Crete: 331 human fates loaded on a fishing boat wreck

Posted by in Very Mix

I guess that’s what we call  “A picture is worth one thousand words”. Three hundred thirty one people, among them more than one hundred women and children, all loaded on a boat wreck. Three hundred thirty one people in search of a better life – no matter what the risks [...]

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Apr

Greek pharmacists suspend strike, work stoppage in Attica/Apr 1 2014

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Greek Pharmacists’ Association decided to suspend their open-end strike that was launched end March. Pharmacies across the country opened their door today on April 1st 2014. However pharmacists in Attica will stage a work stoppage between 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. in order to join the protests in downtown Athens [...]

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Apr

Athens: two metro stations to close due to Eurogroup officials / Apr 1 2014

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Two metro stations in downtown Athens will be closed to public today, Tuesday, 1. April 2014. Greek police took this decision, in order to protect the Euro group finance ministers and high level officials moving between Zappeio and the new Acropolis Museum, where they will probably enjoy their dinner. Metro [...]

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Mar

TAIPED unanimously declares Lamda SA as preferred bidder for ex Athens airport Elliniko

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The board of Greece’s privatization agency TAIPED unanimously declared LAMDA Development SA as preferred investor for the acquisition of 100% of the shares of the former Athens airport Elliniko SA. TAIPED confirms Lamda as preferred Elliniko bidder Greece has picked Lamda Development, backed by Chinese and Arab funds, to develop [...]

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Mar

Photo shooting with half-naked models on the graves of Greek Cypriots

Posted by in Uncategorized, Very Mix

Appalling pictures of half-naked models sitting on the graves or posing holding the grave cross with the name of the deceased. Place of the provocative photo-shooting is the Greek Cypriot cemetery in the Turkish-occupied Cyprus. The pictures were apparently been shot last August but were released a couple of days [...]

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