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4 protesters injured in clashes between anti-auctions movement and riot police(videos)

Three protesters were injured when clashes broke out between riot police and a crowd of leftists protecting foreclosure and e-auctions. in downtown Athens on Wednesday. Protesters started to push at riot police when the latter did not allow a delegation but only two leading members to visit the notary’s office …

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Offices of anti-auction activists’ party to be auctioned

The offices of Popular Unity (LAE) party, a left-wing party devoted to protest auctions, are to be auctioned on Wednesday. The officer the party of former SYRIZA heavyweight and ex Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis, are to be auctioned due to outstanding debts of the property owner. According to LAE, the …

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One elderly injured in the head when foreclosure protesters clash with riot police (videos)

Protesters clashed with riot police when they tried to halt foreclosures in a court in Athens on Wednesday afternoon. One elderly was injured, when a police bat landed on his head. Two more people were injured. among them is the former mayor of Kaisariani suburb of Athens was transferred to …

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Tax Authorities seize 500,000 bank accounts, collect €1.6bn in Jan-May 2016

Greek Tax Administration has been studiously taking from debtors what it belongs to the state. From January to April 2016, tax authorities have reportedly “emptied” 428,465 debtors’ bank accounts. If the seizures in May be added, the total number reaches over 500,000. In comparison: 333,776 bank account seizures last year. …

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Auctions & foreclosures start with real estate, hotels & 180 sheep

It’s done. Despite the famous Greek summer, as of tomorrow, June 1st 2016, it will rain auctions and foreclosures. The relevant Presidential Decree was signed and published in the Official Gazette. Apartments, villas, land plots, hotels, ships, helicopters and yachts but also 180 sheep and poultry farm equipment with 4 …

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Greece – Creditors: €2bn bailout tranche & €10bn for banks recap must wait

For one more time creditors sent a clear message to Greece: first the new deal will have to pass through the Parliament. Only then they will turn on the faucet and let 2 billion bailout tranche and 10 billion for the bank recapitalization flow towards the Eurozone south. The Euro …

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