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Weather Greece: Temperature up to 26°-27° Celsius over the weekend

Spring time. March. Exceptional temperatures up to 26 and 27 degrees Celsius. In the sun or in the shadow it doesn’t matter. Just like in June! The weather forecast for Friday, Saturday and Sunday is very promising. Fair weather until you can take no more… Very few clouds locally. But …

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Thessaloniki: Anarchists clash with police and nationalists (videos)

Clashes between anarchists and police forces occurred Sunday noon in Thessaloniki around the White Tower. The clashes began when anarchists attacked a passerby, whom they considered to be member of a nationalist group that held a demonstration nearby. The atmosphere was tense ever since the morning, as some 20 members …

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Doctors of the World leave Chios Hot Spot after clashes among refugees

Clashes between Syrian and Afghan refugees and migrants in the “detention center” on the island of Chios on Thursday night ended with two people stabbed and many with injuries in the legs and the head and severe damage at the facilities of humanitarian organization Doctors of The World that provides …

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Live from Athens: riot police fires teargas at protesters (videos)

Amid tension in Greek universities and strong anti-austerity public sentiment the march to commemorate the dead and the Students’ Uprising of 1973 against the military dictatorship started at 3 pm. Seven thousand policemen in full equipment are said to be on alert, as thousands of students, workers, unemployed, young and …

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Athens: several metro stations closed due to Polytechnic protest, Nov 17/2013

Several metro stations in downtown Athens will be closed to public on Sunday, November 17th 2013 due to protest march on the anniversary of Polytechnic school uprising. Specifically, metro strations <Syntagma>, <Panepistimio> and <Evaggelismos> will close as 1 o’clock noon time, while <Megaro Mousikis> and <Ambelokipoi> will close as of …

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A Political Suicide: Thousands Attend Christoulas’ Funeral

Relatives, friends, members of left political parties and civic movements, common people who didn’t know him… Some two thousand mourners, they all gathered at the First Cemetery in Athens on Saturday afternoon to say farewell to Dimitris Christoulas. The retired pharmacist who committed suicide just a few meters away from the …

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DER SPIEGEL: Juncker Does Not Exclude Greek Default

While dramatic negotiations are taking place between the Greek government and the Troika in Athens, Jean-Claude Juncker, the head of the Eurogroup, used a German magazine to put more pressure on Greece. In an interview to Der Spiegel, Juncker warned there there will be a default on march, shouldn’t the …

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