Tuesday, April 25, 2017


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Banks across Greece may have reopened their doors after a forced holiday of over three weeks on Monday but almost all banking transactions are still prohibited for households and enterprises, ...

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Is it as simple as Brussels elite 1% punishing all of Greece for going ahead with a referendum and daring to disobey the rulers of Europe? This tweet suggests that ...

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Whatever the outcome of tomorrow's referendum, July 5th will be going down in history, for all the bad and good it will usher in. The world order may never be ...
Putin Tsipras

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Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras looks set to play the Russian pivot card, as a working meeting between the Greek PM and Russian President Vladimir Putin is now scheduled for ...

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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras threw down the gauntlet to Greece’s creditors, accusing the International Monetary Fund of “criminal” responsibility for his country’s predicament.

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Potami leader Stavros Theodorakis that his party would back any agreement between the government and the institutions. Anything to remain in bankrupt, loser Europe.
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"Game of 72" is a social media game that encourages young people to disappear and remain incommunicado for 72 hours. The participants receive points based on the amount of chaos ...

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The 27-year-old father accused of infanticide, following accusations that he killed his 4-year-old daughter, claims he is innocent, and that once his friend Nikolai is found, the truth will be ...
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With Greece's state coffers empty and no solution yet to surface in the Grexit / Troika soap opera, this week may finally provide some closure to what has become the ...

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Thessaloniki Mayor Yiannis Boutaris believes that the Greek government’s behavior is “completely crazy” but he has nevertheless agree to transfer his city's cash reserves to the Bank of Greece, which ...

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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras tweeted during Labor Day, that he will protect workers rights, as many SYRIZA ministers emphasised that Greece would stick to its so-called red lines in talks ...

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After Greek finance minister Varoufakis was sharply criticised for his performance at a euro zone meeting last week, Greek PM, Alexis Tsipras shook up his negotiating team, benching Varoufakis for ...

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Cyprus Attorney-general Costas Clerides has charged President Nicos Anastasiades with supporting Deputy Attorney-general Rikkos Erotokritou, who was accused of bribery in a report by an independent investigator, released earlier. Cyprus ...

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More than 1,750 migrants perished in the Mediterranean since the start of the year - more than 30 times higher than during the same period of 2014, says the International ...

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In his recent meeting with Greek PM Alexis Tsipras, Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades spoke of a solution to the Cyprus problem arriving soon. Will we finally see a solution to ...
Greek Reporter

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Baby in hand image goes viral. Greek working mom and television reporter...microphone in one hand and a baby in another, asking a politician questions.

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Pressure mounted for a solution to be found to end a sit-in at the administrative headquarters of Athens University as the occupation entered its 16th day on Tuesday.

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The TV show Pame Paketo remains one of the most popular shows in Greece with real life stories of family separation and reunion.
Greek Finnish exit

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Eurozone countries are formulating plans to boot Greece out of the single currency, as expectations grow that Athens may default on its debts next month.

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Akis Tsochatzopoulos' wife was convicted of corruption and is serving time for money laundering along with her corrupt ex-minister husband, but Stamati’s police escort is turning heads and breaking hearts ...

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Greek morning TV is the most sought after TV time slot, where the biggest channels challenge one another for eyeballs and advertising euros (for now). Who is best, Liagkas and ...

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Yanis Varoufakis will be meeting IMF chief Lagarde next week to try and find a way to avoid default. Both will be dressed in some expensive attire.
cyprus problem

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For over 40 years the same song and dance for Cyprus and its Turkish occupier...more talks, new talks, or a continuation of talks (depending on how you want to look ...

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Something has got to give. Germany is playing hardball, pushing for more austerity that will surely destroy the Greek state. Greece is trying to negotiate favorable terms and some breathing ...

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