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Archive - Dec 10, 2014

Afterlife in the museum

10 December 2014 / 21:12:52  
The new exhibition at the Cycladic Art Museum in Athens considers one of the biggest mysteries that has engaged people for centuries, namely what happens to the soul after the body has died.

Tracking bracelets to be introduced for Greek prisoners

10 December 2014 / 18:12:44  
Shortly after the vote on the amendment, Nikos Romanos’ lawyer said that his client would suspend the hunger strike. According to the Greek media, he had immediately started taking food and, in particular, rusks.

Political instability has collapsed Greek securities

10 December 2014 / 17:12:43  
The Athens Stock Exchange reported new losses today, as investors are still concerned about the outcome of the presidential elections in Greece, the procedure for which will start next week.

Uneducated people, women and single parents are at the highest risk of poverty

10 December 2014 / 16:12:32  
According to the latest actual data of Eurostat, Bulgaria is at the top of the poverty ranking among the European Union Member States, Greece being in the top three of the poorest countries in Europe as well.

State of emergency in various areas due to bad weather

10 December 2014 / 11:12:40  
A 63-year-old man had drowned as a swollen river had swept away his car in the region of Thessaloniki. Meteorologists expect that rainfall will continue today throughout almost all of the country.

Explosion outside a Eurobank branch in Athens

10 December 2014 / 11:12:49  
Earlier this morning the police dismantled the bomb, the terrorists had warned half an hour earlier that their act was in support of Nikos Romanos who has been on hunger strike for 31 days now. At the same time, their comrades had thrown "Molotov" bombs in a public transport bus with 17 passengers.