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2015/02/27 20:50
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Nearly half of Greeks would back Syriza in new election - poll Related Topics ATHENS (Reuters) - Nearly half of Greeks would back the governing leftist party of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras if...
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2015/02/27 15:32
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BERLIN (AP) — Germany's Parliament overwhelmingly approved the four-month extension of Greece's financial bailout on Friday, despite unease over the new government in Athens. Lawmakers voted 542-32...
2015/02/25 13:42
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By Marcus Bensasson & Nikos Chrysoloras One phrase echoed from Brussels to Frankfurt and Washington as Greece�s creditors examined and then waved through the country�s new economic policies:...
2015/02/20 16:46
2015/02/20 16:46
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By Harry van Versendaal If there�s one thing core SYRIZA voters were not prepared for before the January 25 ballot, it is the degree of cynicism that has come from the direction of the...
2015/02/19 01:45
2015/02/19 01:45
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MR. PRESIDENT. In this file photo, Prokopis Pavlopoulos talks with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras (not in photo), during their meeting in Prime Minister's office, in Athens, Greece, 17 February...
2015/02/18 20:27
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ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras secured enough parliamentary votes on Wednesday for his nominee to become the country's next president. The government candidate, former...
2015/02/18 19:49
2015/02/18 19:49
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A conservative former minister head of state of a Greece governed by the radical left led by anti-austerity Alexis Tsipras. Prokopis Pavlopoulos, aged 64, is a high-profile career politician who...
2015/02/17 17:42
2015/02/17 17:42
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Prokopis Pavlopoulos, who was nominated for the Greek presidency on Tuesday, is a high-profile politician whose career has been tainted by controversy. The 65-year old has worked closely with...
2015/02/17 10:42
2015/02/17 10:42
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By Maria Petrakis Christina Zografou wasn’t among the thousands of Athenians who gathered in Syntagma square on Sunday to support Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. That’s not because the 21-year-old...
2015/02/15 11:58
2015/02/15 11:58
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The collapse of the coalition government saw Greece go to the polls on Sunday, January 25. Exit polls point to a win, but not an overall majority, for anti-austerity party SYRIZA. Latest results...
2015/02/11 12:40
2015/02/11 12:40
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Spain’s King Felipe VI has slashed his salary as head of state by 20 per cent for 2015, a move in line with his pledges for a more moderate, fewer-frills monarchy. A palace statement Tuesday...
2015/02/10 16:56
2015/02/10 16:56
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As reported yesterday in his Q4 letter to investors, Third Point's Dan Loeb took down his net leverage going into 2015 for one simple reason: a "haunted house market" as he described it, where "a new...
2015/02/09 19:33
2015/02/09 19:33
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In a roundabout way, the leak of details about account holders at HSBC’s secretive Swiss banking business—which prompted a wave of prosecutions when obtained by governments in 2010—explains why...
2015/02/04 10:57
2015/02/04 10:57
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ATHENS: A Greek far-left group has claimed responsibility for a gun attack on the Israeli embassy in December, a police source said on Wednesday (Feb 4). Anti-terrorist police found a text from the...
2015/02/02 15:36
2015/02/02 15:36
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Share this page President: Karolos Papoulias Born in 1929, veteran Pan Hellenic Socialist Movement (Pasok) foreign minister Karolos Papoulias was elected president by parliament in 2004, and again...
2015/02/01 20:43
2015/02/01 20:43
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The shipping containers emblazoned with the COSCO logo on the quayside at Greece's biggest port Piraeus are a sign that China has invested heavily here. Even though Greece's new left-wing government...
2015/02/27 20:50
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