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Archive - Nov 12, 2010

Siemens turned off the traffic lights in Athens

12 November 2010 / 18:11:29  
The hot blood of the Mediterranean drivers boiled after it became clear that 1400 traffic lights out of the total 2000 in the capital have been entrusted to Siemens to maintain them.

No one could predict Greece’s political life developments

12 November 2010 / 17:11:39  
Voters rejected the current political system as ineffective and loosing, only changing it would return people's interest in politics, said the manager Constantinos Panagopoulos of one of the largest Greek poll agencies Alco.

Alket Rizai threatened the prosecutor with retaliation by terrorist groups

12 November 2010 / 15:11:51  
The Athens Court of Appeal found guilty Alket Rizai and his girlfriend Aspasia Mitropia for his escape from prison by helicopter in February last year.

Probation for two suspected of involvement in Revolutionary Struggle

12 November 2010 / 13:11:25  
Free, but under restrictions are two of those accused of involvement in the far-left group Revolutionary Struggle.

12.2 percent unemployment in August 2010

12 November 2010 / 12:11:06  
The National Statistical Service reported this is the highest value recorded since January 2004.

Greek students want their public universities, they are afraid of private ones

12 November 2010 / 11:11:56  
Students fear that universities will be ‘sold’ to private companies, would lose their independence and freedom of expression, that after the higher education reform many faculties will close and certain diplomas will lose their value.

Panathinaikos tharshed Efes Pilsen in Athens

12 November 2010 / 10:11:07  
The green played fantastic and the match resembled more a show than a game. Panathinaikos reminded fans of its old glory. The team won the hearts of all who were at the field in OAKA with the brilliant victory.