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Greek Spreads Reached New High amid Early Elections Discussions

Greece 10-year bond reached a new high on  Friday amid  discussions about possible early national elections.  The difference in yields between Greek 10-year bonds and German Bunds of the same maturity jumped 18,4 basis points to from 881 to 899 basic points today, as Greek PM Papandreou threatens to go to early …

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Zach Galifianakis Does it Again

Oh, that’s nice! Zach Galifianakis Red Swimsuit Calender! Ageless, sexy and juicy  Zach is posing in front of the camera bringing laughter and shine into our grey, miserable and debt-driven lives!American magazine Vanity Fair  published excerpts from this wonderful calender. Zach Galifianakis is an American stand-up comedian and actor of Greek …

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Is Greece Heading for Early Elections on December? Scenarios

Is Greece heading to early national elections in December, should ruling party PASOK fail to win  the local elections of  November 7? Greek media report that there is no room for misinterpretation as for the intentions of Prime Minister George Papandreou. He is allegedly to take his decision on Sunday night, after …

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Greek PM Rules Out Debt Restructuring

Prime Minister George Papandreou, speaking in an interview with the American CNN television network on Wednesday, stressed categorically that the restructuring of the debt is not included in the government’s political agenda.    Replying to a relevant question, the Greek prime minister said that “I am very explicit as regards this. …

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RSS Feed stopped working – Troubleshooting

We think we’ve located the problem: The Plugin “Sharing is Sexy” wasn’t sexy at all, then it was that blocking the RSS-Feed!  We uncked the option “Show in RSS Feed” and  excluded the majority of  sharing possibilities. Feed is working fine on Syndication pages now. We are still checking and testing …

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Athenistas: Party to Illuminate Athens Historical Centre (November 6, 2010)

That’s an original idea! Athenistas, a group of people aiming to make the city of Athens more functional and beautiful, is organizing an action for Saturday.   A day before the local elections, on November 6,  Athenistas is calling people to come together and light candles at Kotzia Square, Athens …

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Greek Police was Expecting Terror Attacks

Police departments across the country have been on a state of  “red alert” for possible terrorist attacks since last week, report Greek news portal www.in.gr . According to information  last Wednesday an urgent badge sent to police departments asked the staff to be vigilant because there was information that there is …

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RSS-Feed stopped working – Problem located!

It seems as if we have a RSS-Feed problem. We try to fix it! Do not panic, do not unsubscribe! You can be  “LIKE” our Facebook-page to be updated without delay. Thanks! UPDATE: We think we’ve located the problem: The Plugin “Sharing is Sexy” wasn’t sexy at all, then it was that …

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Do Deads Vote? Elections Candidate targets their survivors…

Of course, they don’t! But their survivors! A candidate for the upcoming local elections thought to target the votingsurvivors of the beloved deceased. He bought 5,000 candles and went to local cemetery. On each grave he left a candle and his election campaign banner. A weeping widow here, a grieving …

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Orange …

Do not panic! I just changed the theme color of my site for a change!  “Blue” turned “Orange”! Vivid and full of vitamines…

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Berlin to send Police Investigators to Athens

Germany is about to send Experts to Greece after the a parcel bomb was sent to Chancellor Angela Merkel.  Federal Criminal Police (BKA) President Joerg Ziercke said on Wednesday in Wiesbaden. BKA investigators will check out the interrogation results of the two arrested Greeks and take a look at the parcel bombs remains …

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