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Urgent appeal for Baby Milk & Diapers, by the Metropolitan Social Clinic Elliniko

The Metropolitan Community Clinic Elliniko is in urgent need of milk for babies and infants as well as of diapers. ” Unfortunately we are in difficult position to ask for your help for one more time, the Metropolitan Clinic writes in a statement issued on Sunday, September 16th 2018. The …

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Pan-Macedonian orgs appeal to Greece’s Council of State over Macedonia Agreement

Pan-Macedonian organizations filed an appeal to Greece’s supreme court, Council of State asking for the suspension and annulment of the Macedonia Agreement signed two weeks ago between Greece and FYROM. The organizations claim, the Agreement violates the Greek Constitution. The 14 organizations and federations claim that the Agreement violates Article …

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Appeal for help for newly arriving refugees in Thessaloniki

The Ecological Movement of Thessaloniki has issued an appeal for help for refugees in Thessaloniki, Northern Greece. The second biggest city of Greece is experiencing a continuous inflow of refugees in the last four months that is permanently on the rise. A few tens to a few hundreds of people …

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Helliniko Project receives new blow after residents appeal to Council of State

Greece’s flagship privatization of the former Athens international airport in the area of Helliniko along the Athens Riviera has received a fresh blow after a group of citizens and  several legal entities appealed to Council of State demanding the revoke of the relevant presidential decree. The appeal is expected to …

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Greek court rejects extradition of Russian whistleblower to Malta

A court in Greece rejected two Maltese requests to extradite Russian whistleblower Maria Efimova to Malta on Thursday. Efimova was the whistleblower who reportedly helped Daphne Caruana Galizia’s investigation into high-level corruption in Malta. Caruana Galizia was murdered in a car bombing in October 2017. Judges in Athens said the …

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Prosecutor appeals court decision to acquit Bishop Amvrosios of homophobic rant

A prosecutor of the misdemeanors court in Aigio, western Greece, has appealed an earlier court decision to acquit bishop Amvrosios, on the charge of inciting hatred against homosexuals. The controversial bishop of Kalavryta most likely will find himself back to the court room. That decision had cleared Amvrosios of violating …

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Help for flash floods victims: Mandra Municipality appeals for food & other items, donations, volunteers

The Municipality of Mandra in West Attica has issued a call for help for the flood victims. Food, drinking water, medicine, clothing and footwear but also sleeping bags and blankets are needed for the thousands of families affected by the floods, exposed in cold and decreasing temperatures in houses and …

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The “invisible” victims of flash floods: Help for surviving animals!

Check below for updates, bank and paypal accounts and contact information. It was heartbreaking to watch the dogs of a missing man, probably buried under tons of mud and rubble in the basement of a house Mandra, the area most affected by the deadly flash floods in West Attica.  Fire …

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Santorini Mayor appeals to local residents “Adopt a teacher!”

Mayors in Greece’s top touristic destinations on the islands appeal at locals to adopt a teacher even if temporary. A big accommodation problem emerged on islands like Mykonos and Santorini, when part-time teachers in primary and secondary education were assigned end of August the islands considered to be top tourist …

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Banks Union appeals to Greeks to return their money to banks

President of Greek Banks Association Louka Katseli appealed at the citiznes to return their money to the banks. “Banks are absolutely trustworthy,” Katseli told Mega TV “as guaranteed by the ECB and the Bank Association, but they would have been even more powerful if 40 billion euros had not been …

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Guardian: “Greece needs debts cancelled and growth” say 35 economists

35 economists say that Greece needs its debts cancelled and growth. In an open letter to the Guardian, the economists from several countries say among others that “the negative impact of austerity policies weaken economies” and have “severe effects to the poorest households.” They urge national governments to support “a …

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Athens: protesting cleaners “occupy” the Finance Ministry

Fifteen cleaners entered the building of Finance Ministry at 7 o’clock in the morning, put a chain on the door and locked themselves in. The cleaners decided to symbolically “occupy” the ministry, after officials said to appeal the court decision to hire them anew. On May 16th, the First Instance …

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