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PPC workers’ union GENOP-DEH to launch a 24h strike on Oct 19

The workers’ union of the Public Power Corporation (PPC), GENOP-DEI, has announced a 24-hour strike to be held on Tuesday, October 19. The strike has been scheduled to coincide with a meeting of PPC shareholders who will discuss increasing the company’s share capital. A protest gathering will be held in …

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9-month-old baby dies of dehydration in overcrowded Moria camp

A 9-month-old baby died of dehydration in the overcrowded Moria camp on the island of Lesvos, Medicins Sand sFrontiers/Doctors Without Borders announced late on Saturday. The baby’s parents are asylum-seekers from Congo. We have been confirmed today by the local hospital in #Lesbos that a 9 month old baby has …

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Chairman of Greece’s Public Power Company (DEH) submits resignation

The economic situation and the fate of the Greece Public Power Company PPC (DEH) is top on the agenda of the new government. PPC Chairman and Managing Director, Manolis Panagiotakis, submitted hois resignation on Wednesday afternoon during the meeting with Energy and Environment Minister Kostis Hatzidakis. During the meeting with …

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German hiker rescued after suffering dehydration while touring mountains of Crete

The adventure of a German tourist ended late Thursday afternoon, when rescue teams reached the woman and led her back to safety. The 50-year-old woman on a a hiking tour from Sougia to Agia Roumeli in the mountainous area of Chania on the island of Crete. She reportedly lost her …

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Scandal! Wages hikes for Greece’s Public Power Company (DEH) workers

That’s an unbelievable challenge for the debt-ridden Greek society! The collective bargain signed between Greece’s Public Power Company and powerful union GENOP-DEH electrocutes large parts of the unemployment- and austerity-hit Greeks of the country’s private sector. Four unions of workers at Greece’s Public Power Company (DEH) signed a collective bargain …

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Greek Electricity Company DEH Warns of Power Cuts in Crete and Rhodes, Nov 6/2012

Greek Public Power Company DEH warns of 40-minute power cuts on the islands of Crete and Rhodes due to the strike of the company workers’ union GENOP-DEH. The power cuts are expected to take place after 9 p.m. tonight, November 6th 2012, and will last approximately 40 minutes. GENOP-DEH started …

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“Robins of DEH” – Activists Reconnect Electricity to the Poor

After the movement “I Don’t Pay” a new movement appeared this time in Veria in Northern Greece and it carries the name “Connect Electricity”! It is a civic movement consisting  by ‘anonymous’ citizens who reconnect the electricity to needy households that had their electricity cut due to unpaid bills. The reconnection is done …

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(Upd) Electricity Cuts Across Greece Due to GENOP-DEH Strike

 Households and shops across Greece will be paralyzed with electricity cuts as the labour union GENOP of the electricity company DEH launches repeated 48-hours strikes as of midnight June 19/20. The strikes will have direct impact on everyday life as the company management will apply electricity cuts lasting several hours in order to avoid the total …

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Frizis Damas 2022: Greek-Israeli joint Air Force exercise in Tel Aviv and Nicosia FIR

The Greek-Israeli srael joint Air Force exercise “Frizis Damas 2022”  took place in the FIR of Tel Aviv and Nicosia on Tuesday, July 12. The impressive exercise included air-to-air missions and attacks on ground targets The Hellenic and Israeli Air Forces took part in a joint exercise called “Frizis Damas …

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Halkidiki: One of two missing tourists found swimming 14 n.m. off Kassandra coast

Οne of two men who went missing on Saturday in the sea region of Possidi, Halkidiki, was found and rescued 14 nautical miles off the area he went into the water. 30-year-old Ivan managed to survive 20 hours in rough sea thanks to a children’s ball he found randomly floating …

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