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PM Tsipras: Austria’s initiative “unacceptable”, he threatens to block all EU decisions on Refugees

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras threatens to block all EU refugee decisions if Greece will be left to deal with the crisis alone. Commenting on Austria’s initiative to hold a West Balkan Conference on Migration, Tsipras described it as “unacceptable”. PM Tsipras said he will block all decisions at an …

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Austria’s FM defends excluding Greece from Migration Conference

Austria’s foreign minister Sebastian Kurz defended his country’s decision not to invite Greece to a conference of West Balkan nations focused on managing the migrant crisis. Sebastian Kurz said that Greece has “clearly expressed no interest in reducing the (migrant) influx and in contrast wants to continue waving them through” …

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UPD2 Three heavily armed Britons arrested near Greek-Turkish Border

Three men, holders of British passports, were arrested in the town of Alexandroupolis near the Greek-Turkish border on Saturday. All three suspects were reportedly heavily armed and two trailers they were driving were transporting dozens of weapons and thousands of bullets. Bullets & firearms hidden in the two trailers – …

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Austrian NGO supplies Greek hospital with drugs & paramedic material for uninsured patients

Gauze, catheters, syringes, cotton, latex-gloves, but also drugs and medicine for cancer patients. Medical and paramedical material. A whole of 5 tons of aid has reached state hospital ELPIS. The humanitarian aid has the sole purpose to be used for patients without insurance. The aid has been sent to ELPIS …

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Austrian FinMin: “Greek Elections are De Facto Referendum”

One of Greece “best friends”,  Austrian Finance Minister Maria Fekter set new rules in the decision -making process of democratic elections. For Greece, not for Austria. “Greek elections are a de facto referendum” said Fekter during an interview with Austrian newspaper Die Presse. “The elections are a de facto referendum on the euro. …

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Greece Cash Collateral: Grabbing the Donkey’s Tail

Many economics experts  have repeatedly criticized the EU leaders for lack of political vision. For grave delays in resolving the European crisis. Delays that broaden the gap between the North and the South, pushing millions of EU citizens into dramatic economic underworld. Lack of political will and vision push inevitably the member-states of the …

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Greece to Feed its Lenders with Cash Collaterals

Greece enters new financial adventures as the loan agreement with Finland created a huge appetite to other EU member countries forced to help out Greece but in fact – and deep in their heart – unwilling raise a single euro for the Hellenes. The Greek-Finish agreement that needs to be approved by …

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Loukanikos on Nikon-Ad? Where’s the Doggy Food, guys?

The picture of Athens Famous Riot Dog, Loukanikos, has been submitted to a Nikon-Camera photography competition for the new Nikon model. In one of his most famous pictures, Loukanikos poses in front of protesters, claiming “I am the Resistance”!   The photo contest gives participants a Nikon advertisement scheme with …

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