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Archive - Aug 2013

August 2nd

200,000 Greeks suffer from hepatitis C, but only 4% know it

02 August 2013 / 20:08:37  
The disease is continuously developing and modifying. Hepatitis C has six main types, some of which are more difficult to treat. The virus can remain for years without symptoms, but after developing the disease, the probability of death is very high.

Nothing is done for the representation of Bulgarian artists abroad

02 August 2013 / 19:08:59  
We would like to bring to your attention an interview with owner of the "Punto Art Bazaar" gallery, Peter Arbov.

20 productions in the new theatrical season in Athens

02 August 2013 / 13:08:42  
Six theatres and the Pallas Theatre and Cinema will perform various genres, so that each type of audience will be able to find something to its own taste.

Taxpayers’ liabilities to the state amount to 60 billion euro

02 August 2013 / 13:08:00  
According to the General Directorate of State Revenue, in June 2013, outstanding liabilities of citizens and businesses amounted to exactly 59.77 billion euro, or about one-third of the GDP. In just one month (between May and June), these liabilities increased by 613 million euro, and for the first half of this year, the increase was 3.7 billion euro.

August 1st

Free legal help for young people

01 August 2013 / 20:08:12  
The new joint initiative of the General Directorate of Youth and the Association of interns and young lawyers called “Legal help for the young” will enable all citizens in Greece up to the age of 30 to use the knowledge of the legal profession for free.

The Formula for Plato’s Academy has been discovered

01 August 2013 / 18:08:06  
In April, GRReporter talked to residents of the area around the archaeological site, who were seriously worried about the fact that it was abandoned and rumours that the construction of a large shopping centre was being planned there.

Four killed in a Roma vendetta

01 August 2013 / 17:08:04  
A quarrel between two Roma families in the region of Ilia in the Peloponnese resulted in the murder of four people. Five others were seriously injured and taken to the district hospital of Amaliada. A woman and three men were shot, following an altercation between the two clans, about which the local press is giving no details.