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ExxonMobil gets majority of exploration rights for Crete project

Hellenic Petroleum has announced announced that ExxonMobil acquired the majority of hydrocarbon exploration rights in the region of west and southwest of Crete, following the departure of TotalEnergies. ExxonMobil and TotalEnergies with 40% each, along with Hellenic Petroleum (20%) had the majority of hydrocarbon exploration rights previously. The Hellenic Petroleum …

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Greek Foreign Ministry tables bill to protect rights of Brits after Brexit

Greek Alternate Foreign Minister Miltiadis Varvitsiotis tabled a bill in parliament with the aim to protect the residence status and rights of current and future British citizens residing in Greece, regardless of whether a Brexit agreement is reached with the EU or not. The bill tabled on January 3, revises …

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New Democracy abolishes basic rights for laborers’ protection

In a last minute amendment submitted to the omnibus bill short before voting on Thursday, Greece’s Labor Minister abolished basic rights for the protection of laborers, thus offering gifts to employers. The amendment abolishes the “justified dismissal” of an employee, their right for compensation as well as the liability of …

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First Animal Rights March in Athens, October 6 2018

Marches for animal rights are been organized every year in many cities across the globe. This year’s march in Athens is scheduled on October 6th 2018. Below is a press release and a video we received by the organizers, the Ethos & Empathy organization: For the last couple of years, …

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PM May unveils proposals for EU citizens in UK after Brexit

About three million EU citizens living in the UK would be allowed to stay after Brexit, Theresa May has proposed at the European Union Summit on Thursday.  A new “UK settled status” would grant EU migrants who had lived in the UK for five years rights to stay and access …

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Greek unions celebrate International Labor Day, as government signs agreement with lenders

Thousands of unionists flocked to downtown Athens on Monday morning to celebrate the International Labor Day as the government and creditors agree on additional austerity measures. No more austerity is the central slogan of public and private sector unions ADEDY and GSEE. the established unions managed to get together just …

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