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Eurogroup Live Stream Presser & Details on Agreement: More details on Greece’s agreement /Live from Athens

Scroll Down for Agreement details and Eurogroup Press Conference Live – Stream THE Eurogroup meeting on Greece started in Brussels with delay due to several meeting of the protagonists Dijsselbloem, Lagarde, Draghi, Varoufakis, Schaeuble. Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem, IMF chief Christine Lagarde, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and the rest …

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+++ Athens Stock Exchange tumbled with unprecedented losses (upd)

Shock and awe! For second consecutive day, Athens Stock Exchange is on free fall with more than 4 billion euro to have fled during the last two sessions.  The free fall seems to be hard to stop and at 3:50 pm, the General Index shows losses of -9.64%! Ten minutes …

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Greece EP Elections 2014 – 24% counted: SYR 26.5% ND 23.1% GD 9.3%

The first wave of exit polls has been announced at 7 o’clock Sunday, May 25th 2014. The first wave of exit polls refer to European Parliament Elections and Attica Region. “The error margin is +/-2,” a pollster said to state NERIT TV. Live blogging continues below the exit poll results. …

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Athens: Angry Protesters Set German Flag Alight (video)

Angry protesters set a German flag on fire outside the Greek Parliament. They also attempted to burn another flag with a Swastika. Riot police intervened and fired tear gas to disperse the angry crowd that was trying to come dangerously close to the Greek Parliament building. Video A group of workers …

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Greece: Papandreou Confidence Vote -Live Blogging in English

Under the pressure of many of his deputies Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou is being ‘forced’ to deliver his speech a couple of hours earlier than scheduled. Not shortly before the confidence vote starts at midnight, but in good half-an-hour, at 8 pm local time. Ruling party PASOK parliamentary group …

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Greece – Euro Zone Summit

With eyes turned to Euro Zone Summit and holding their breath Greeks monitor the overwhelming developments in Brussels, lurk for the slightest official or off the record comment that could hind or imply a positive or negative development for the Greek debt crisis. The aim is to reduce the massive Greek debt, to help …

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Athens Protests Syntagma, June 12 – Live Blogging

Thousands Greeks are flocking to Syntagma Square to protest in front of the Parliament. Greeks have been protesting the strict austerity measures for 19 days now. However this Sunday’s it looks as the crowd is as big as it was last week. Last Sunday  300,000 to 500,000 people had flooded the centre of …

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Athens: At least 300,000 in biggest anti-austerity protest

At least 300,000 Indignant Greeks protested in Athens on Sunday in the biggest rally of the last three decades. The city’s downtown burst with men and women, young and old, employees and jobless, pensioners and self-employees, angry and frustrated about the IMF/EU/ECB Memorandum and the Greek government, outraged about the …

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