Tuesday, 29 Jul, 2014
 

Plane transer: four infants and two women from the Aegean islands

29 July, 2014 Greece, Uncategorized

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Four infants and two women who were in need of hospital care, transferred from the Aegean islands in the early hours of Tuesday by transports of Air Force and Army Aviation within five hours,  on request by the ambulance. 

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Meeting with Troika in Paris this fall

29 July, 2014 Greece

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The next round of negotiations with Troika will take place in Paris on September 3,4 and 5.

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Greece: A new “Memorandum” under consideration?

28 July, 2014 Greece

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According to the Budget Office of the Hellenic Parliament, Greece needs additional financial requirements amounted more than 14.9 billion euro for the two year period of 2014-2015.

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The largest solar-powered boat in Greece

28 July, 2014 Greece

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The world’s largest solar-powered boat is continuing its journey to the western Peloponnese where it will take part in an underwater archaeological project focused on one of Europe’s oldest human occupation sites, in Argolida.

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Rescue of 65 immigrants off the coast of Kefalonia

28 July, 2014 Greece

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In progress is the rescue of 65 immigrants  who were   found in boat off the coast of Kefalonia.
The boat of the  immigrants was  found  in the area south of Argostoli.

At this point there are two floating vessels of the Coast and a freighter.

NYT: Greece’s watershed year

28 July, 2014 Greece

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Forty years ago this month, a series of monumental events shaped Greece and its people, leaving a legacy that still determines our politics, economy and society. Greece is like a modern parable in its trajectory from the collapse of a military dictatorship, through the restoration of democracy and the euphoria of European Union membership, to the current battle with economic crisis and political uncertainty, writes Nikos Konstandaras for The New York Times.

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The ultimatum of Troikans for the unpaid loans of media owners

27 July, 2014 Greece

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Read below George Tragka’s op-ed.

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Why Avramopoulos chose Brussels

27 July, 2014 Greece

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Read below George Tragka’s op-ed.

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The US request new military base in Greece to use for drones

27 July, 2014 Greece

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The US request the creation of a new military base in Greece, which will serve as a station for drones (UAVs).

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Private plane crashes in Sparta, kills two

26 July, 2014 Greece

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A private aircraft crashed in Sparta killing two, immediately after take off.

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Jean-Claude Juncker is coming to Athens

25 July, 2014 Greece

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Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission is due to pay official visit to Athens on the 4th of August in order to meet Prime Minister, Antonis Samaras.

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The British ambassador advertises Greece!

25 July, 2014 Greece, Uncategorized

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The British ambassador of Greece John Kittmer, traveled to Ithaca for the summer holidays and posted enthusiastic comments on his Twitter account.

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Samaras & Venizelos send optimistic messages

25 July, 2014 Greece

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Message of stability sent to society the parliamentary groups of the two parties in coalition Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and deputy prime minister Evangelos Venizelos.

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More than 100 migrants rescued in Greece

25 July, 2014 Greece

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The Hellenic Coast Guard announced the rescue of 30 migrants near Samos and another 77 near Mykonos, today.

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Quadriplegic greek woman ‘dies because of unpaid power bills’

24 July, 2014 Greece

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Local reports claim 56-year-old woman died an hour after Greece’s public power company cut her off over her debt as relatives file lawsuit over her death, according to The Telegraph. Read more

PM Samaras and VP Venizelos met today to prepare for Troika’s return

24 July, 2014 Greece

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PM Antonis Samaras and VP Evangelos Venizelos met this morning  to discuss the unresolved issues and the prerequisite actions that troika mandates, before the latter’s return to Greece in the fall. 

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George Provopoulos is about to testify for the Proton Bank case

23 July, 2014 Greece

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The former Governor of the Bank of Greece, George Provopoulos, is about to testify to the economic prosecutor at the end of July.

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George Tragkas: ‘IMF, as bold as brass, is burying Greece once again’

23 July, 2014 Greece

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How ‘nice’ the economologists of the IMF are when they start “repenting” for programs that they have imposed on countries on which they have “landed” and begin writing obituaries about their economic systems and their people!

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Photos of Maziotis’ partner Pola Roupa released by the Police

23 July, 2014 Greece

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Five photographs of Pola Roupa, terrorist Maziotis’ partner have been released by the greek police. 

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