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Archive - Sep 2011

September 22nd

Clockwork Athens

22 September 2011 / 17:09:23  
"We will not surrender, the measures will not pass," calling out the angry mob, which met early afternoon in front of the University of Athens. Riots are to be expected.

Greek programmer will work for Facebook

22 September 2011 / 17:09:03  
In times of severe financial and debt crisis, unemployment in Greece is racing at breakneck speed, especially among young people.

The crisis is an opportunity for development, says the Greek big business

22 September 2011 / 14:09:09  
The financial crisis poses risks, but also many opportunities, say Greek businessmen who are determined to defy the general negative sentiment in the country.

Students tried to protest in front of the heavily guarded Prime Minister's house

22 September 2011 / 14:09:51  
According to reports, which appeared in blogs, protesting citizens against the resent severe economic measures gathered in front of the home of George Papandreou.

In Greece there is still nostalgia for the radical Left and the opposition to power through violent means

22 September 2011 / 13:09:01  
The media is irresponsible, there is inherited distrust towards the special forces ever since the years of the junta , and thousands of Greek citizens are radical anarchists, said in his analysis the economic advisor and lecturer at universities in Moscow and Cambridge Dimitris Floudas.

The Communists threaten they would make the life of the government hell

21 September 2011 / 21:09:03  
PAME's trade unions prepare surprising protests to the new government measures and higher taxes.

September 21st

Controversial Makis Psomiadis temporarily relieved from the match-fixing case

21 September 2011 / 14:09:28  
Disagreement between the investigator and the prosecutor led to the temporary release of Makis Psomiadis. But as a new Al Capone, the infamous football boss is still in custody for unpaid taxes.