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Archive - Mar 2015

March 31st

Minister sues a journalist for a political commentary

31 March 2015 / 17:03:53  
Independent Greeks leader Panos Kammenos has submitted a claim for 1 million euro against journalist Anreas Petroulakis.

The latest round of talks between Greece and its creditors fails

31 March 2015 / 15:03:32  
Both sides had shared the opinion that the procedure would have to continue in Athens, where the expert teams of representatives of the creditors would have to collect the necessary data on the state of the Greek economy.

ATMs without money at Easter

31 March 2015 / 14:03:57  
Analysts say that if Athens misses the chance to reach an agreement with the creditors by the week before Easter it will be almost certain that restrictions will be imposed on capital movement.

It rained the amount for two winters in six months

31 March 2015 / 12:03:23  
It rained every second day during the past six months in many places in Greece.

The Bible is alien to the modern and postmodern era

31 March 2015 / 10:03:09  
The Bible is not a book that fell from heaven, it’s not a list of instructions dictated to a human prophet by God while the former was in a passive ecstatic state. The Bible is a grand narrative that is made up of the writings of many authors from different times and in different genres, states researcher Myrto Theocharous in an interview with GRReporter.

March 30th

Two camps form in the Greek negotiating team

30 March 2015 / 19:03:44  
At the same time, a publication of the agency Bloomberg states that the case of Greece had caused internal conflicts in the European Central Bank.

Athens and Thessaloniki mayors defend their colleague from Caracas

30 March 2015 / 18:03:42  
Ambassador of Venezuela in Athens Farid Fernandez sent an open letter to them stating that they became victims of "the terrible media war against the country" from the moment in which its people decided to take the path of socialism.