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It seems that three of his relatives were on that list, but at some stage were removed from it...The BBC Athens correspondent Mark Lowen reports that the Greek parliament is voting today on whether to investigate high-ranking ministers for allegedly
Prime Minister Lucas Papademos on Tuesday warned that Greeks have no choice but to stick with a painful austerity program dictated by its lenders or face an exit from the euro zone that would devastate the economy, boost inflation and generate new
Myer said total sales in the 13 weeks to April 28 were $651.1 million, down 0.9 per cent from the same period in the previous year. Like-for-like sales in the period to April 28 were down 2.1 per cent on the previous corresponding period.
Weaker oil prices on news of a potential deal between Iran and the UN nuclear watchdog also weighed on the market, still reeling from last week's sell-off to December lows. Spot gold was down 1.44 per cent at $US1569.26 an ounce in late New York
Dimitris Christoulas to a friend, Business Insider , Apr 5, 2012 The cornered tend to be desperate...The Greek financial crisis is producing an assortment of warring metaphors, some more plausible than others. The common target in this whole business
Greece needs stability to complete structural reform of its crisis-hit economy, outgoing Prime Minister Lucas Papademos said on Monday, warning that otherwise years of sacrifice would be for nothing. "It is very important to assure stability,
Critics of a migrant detention center, opened a week before elections in Greece, filed suit, calling it a pre-election "flash point" meant to fool the public. Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos was notified of the lawsuit filed against police,
Greece's technocrat prime minister Lucas Papademos plans to resume his academic career after a snap election on May 6, a senior government official said, having secured a second bailout for the country. A former vice president of the European Central
Travel & Delicacy Beauty never Ends Ecological Environment Taiwan News, Staff Writer 2012-04-12 03:21 PM Greek President Karolos Papoulias issued a decree Wednesday night to dissolve parliament and called for early elections, which are to be held on
Greece (AP) — Greece's Prime Minister Lucas Papademos is to meet with the crisis-hit country's president Wednesday to request an early general election. Papademos has scheduled a meeting with President Karolos Papoulias at 5:00 p.