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PM Samaras: “Greece’s Future & Euro-Zone Stability Depend on EU & IMF Decisions”

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras sent a message to European partners and the IMF urging them to take responsibility and move forward in implementing their commitments. Noting that Athens has fulfilled its obligations, he stated that its’ their decisions that will determine the future of Greece, but also the stability of the eurozone. …

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Greek PM Samaras’ New Old Dilemma: Measures or Chaos

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras issued a statement on Thusrday noon saying the negotiation with the Troika has been completed. Samaras announced that Greece has completed the austerity measures of 13.5 billion euro and the budget for 2013, two preconditions for the debt-ridden country to receive the loan tranche of …

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UPD: PM Samaras Hospitalized with Retinal Detachment

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, 61, was urged to Attikon-hospital at Friday noon, where doctors diagnosed the beginning of retinal detachment. Greek media and a press release by the PM office say, Samaras will undergo surgery tomorrow, Saturday. According to some media, the detachment may have occurred due to overwork or excessive …

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Greek Interim Government Members Refrain From Salaries

Greece’s new prime minister, Panagiotis Pikrammenos gave his mark to the caretaker government that expires at June 17th 2012, when fresh general elections will take place. “Few words, lots of work.” Pikrammenos told his ministers at their first cabinet meeting.  According to To Vima  newspaper, Pirkammenos reportedly said that the country’s problems cannot be …

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Small Bomb Exploded Outside Ex Greek PM’s Office

A small, homemade bomb exploded Tuesday evening outside the office of former Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis, causing a fire in the building, police said. No one was hurt. No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, which occurred on the fifth floor of an apartment block in central Athens, …

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