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“Rent a Greek Doctor” for €3 per Hour

Doctor trainees working at Evangelismos public hospital found an original way to protest the ridiculous payments of 3 EUR per hour, when on call. They printed and distributed “Rent a Doc trainee for 3 EUR per Hour” leaflets. Greek with University degree seeks job as secretary, doorman, ambulance, nurse, security and …

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Happy Women’s Day: Baby Boy Born in a Super Puma Helicopter

The little boy was in a hurry this morning. He could not wait that his mother would reach a maternity hospital. He was born in a Super Puma helicopter, 8 nautical miles south of the island of Syros, Cyclades, at a height of 2,000 feet above the earth surface. The ambulance helicopter was transferring the …

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Athens: More than 140 Injuries, 23 Detentions

At least 37 civilians and 6 policemen have been taken to hospitals with the ambulance due to breathing problems caused by the extensive use of tear gas. There are reports that also many civilians  sought medical aid by themselves due to breathing problems and fainting symptoms. The extensive use of tear …

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Filmmaker Theo Angelopoulos’ Tragic Death Curcumstances

 Greece’s most famous film director Thodoros Angelopoulos passed away during a surgery after he was  hit and seriously injured  by a motorcycle on Tuesday evening. He had severe head injuries and multiple fractures all over his body. Theodoros Angelopoulos   made his first short film in 1968 and in the 1970s he …

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Should Greeks Protest Austerity or Not?

There is nothing ‘up’ here today as Greece is trying to pick up yesterday’s pieces. Strikes. Clashes. Austerity. One man lost his life. Protester Dimitris Kotzaridis, 53, suffered a heart attack most likely due to distress during the clashes between ‘hooded men’ and members of the GreekCommunist Party union. The autopsy …

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Athens Protests & Tear Gas- Live Blogging in EN – Oct 19, 2011

Unprecedented! It must be the biggest protest since 1974. Already more than 80,000 protests ( some sources speak of 100,000)  have gathered in front of the Parliament at Syntagma square, just 1,5 hour after the beginning of today’s demonstration. Members of the public and private sector unions and political parties, students …

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Wanna Know Why Greece Went Bankrupt?

OK, Greece went bankrupt partly because of the tax evasion. Partly because of 1,000 reasons. But most of all because of the scandalous wages in the public sector and state-run enterprises. There is this delicious report of Greek newspaper Proto Thema  on its online edition. The report focuses on the transfer …

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Athens: Police Fires Tear Gas and Beat “Indignant” Greeks (videos)

Protesters and riot police have been ‘playing’ cat and mouse for several hours at Syntagma Square in downtown Athens. Riot police beats protesters and fires tear gas, while the protesters withdraw and come back. Proto Thema newspaper underlines that the police made ‘extensive use of chemicals’ to prevent the protesters from …

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Max Keiser: Papandreou is the Greek “Ceauşescu”

Somebody is really mad about what happened in Athens on Wednesday and the unprecedented use of tears gas even expired one (see picture below). Interesting is the fact that he is not even Greek. He is Max Keiser, the famous American broadcaster,  film-maker, and former equities broker  and  host of  “Keiser …

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Athens: Violence out of control – 3 Civilians Injured (video)

Violent attacks continue in Athens downtown and Saturday morning a group of some 30 hooded people hurled fire bombs against the police station of Exarchia district. When the attacks expanded to a nearby open market, 3 people got injured.  A hell fire broke out when the hooded group poured fuel …

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Far-Right Extremists Chase and Beat Immigrants in Athens Downtown (video)

The situation in Athens downtown is out of control and racism is growing wild. A group of far-right extremists started chasing coloured immigrants in Athens downtown after  a mass rally to commemorate Manolis Kantaris, 44, who was stabbed to death by criminals from North Africa, according to a security camera of a …

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The Greek Patient: Hospitals' Supplies Shortages

FATAL SHORTAGES IN GREEK HOSPITALS – SUPPLIERS BLACKMAIL THE GOVERNMENT IS THERE A WAY TO ESCAPE BRIBERY? Man carries away his Greek Patient wife from a state hospital after doctors and nurses attempted to steal her gauzes Greek Hospitals… a place to avoid The pictures in the greek state hospitals has always …

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