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Archive - Jan 2013

January 26th

The two major ports have to be sold

26 January 2013 / 16:01:16  
According to the Ministry of Maritime, The Memorandum obliges Greece to grant a concession for the operation of its ports, The International Maritime Union is against

Life imprisonment for owners of Kalashnikov

26 January 2013 / 16:01:37  
More stringent penalties are provided for drug dealers; the Greek government will step up the fight against organised crime with two new bills

The Moon is "responsible" for our emotional intelligence

26 January 2013 / 15:01:55  
It is our instinctive, emotional mind, our receptive "antenna" of happiness, it determines where and how we feel comfortable and in the right place

January 25th

Athens already has a Museum of Industry and Technology

25 January 2013 / 19:01:15  
The exhibits that tell the story of the technological developments of past eras will be displayed in the old building of the gas plant in Athens. The building is distinguished for its industrial architecture typical of the 19th century - red bricks and large windows.

The "Wild Freedom" and "Instigators of Social Explosion" groups assume responsibility for the bomb in "The Mall of Athens"

25 January 2013 / 17:01:14  
They state in the manifesto that they had not intended to cause casualties. According to anti-terrorists, their mode of action is similar to that of "Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei".

live Police action broke up the strike of the Athens underground workers

25 January 2013 / 14:01:58  
By 11 am, about 20 people, who had been summoned in the early hours of the morning, had come to the depot. Although the strike was broken up, Athens will be left without transport on Friday, as it takes technical time to put the stopped trains into operation again.

January 24th

Civil mobilization of the striking transport workers

24 January 2013 / 20:01:39  
Athens has remained without underground for more than a week now because of the protest of the underground workers. They refuse to accept the change, which will include them in the payroll table for the payment of wages in the public sector and want to retain the right to negotiate and sign a collective labour agreement as before.