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Archive - Nov 23, 2010

Passenger ships will remain tied up in ports because of the continuing workers’ strike

23 November 2010 / 18:11:22  
Workers on passenger ships in Greece will continue with repeated 24-hour strikes until their demands are met. The negotiations between their federation and the union of ship owners did not lead to the signing of a collective labour agreement and as result no passenger ship sailed today. They all remained tied to the ports and with doors closed.

Djibril Cisse is the clovers’ captain

23 November 2010 / 15:11:10  
"You're a good coach and Panathinaikos is a good team. We will try to give everything for the victory." This is what Djibril Cisse himself said to Jesualdo Ferreira. informed that the president of the greens Nikos Pateras decided to award the Frenchman the honour to take the lead of his team after a series of very successful performances and lead it as a true ...captain. They believed from the club that the captain role is fully compatible with the forward.

The Troika: The biggest threat to Greece is the delay of reforms

23 November 2010 / 13:11:45  
Stability program is being implemented in general, the country will receive the third tranche of the loan, there are doubts if it will be able to settle with the IMF, the European Commission and the European Central Bank in time.

The most unconventional character in Greek show business became Athens’ first municipal council

23 November 2010 / 11:11:41  
Despite ridicule and skepticism, Ilias Psinakis won the votes of Athenians

Greek coast-guard rough waters to turn turtle rubber boats with irregular immigrants

23 November 2010 / 10:11:20  
"None of us came here to see Europe," said the 24-year-old Afghan Lomani in an interview with Anastasia Balezdrova. According to him, "Committees of angry citizens," downtown Athens resemble fascist organizations.