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Archive - Mar 2009

March 19th

Earth Hour starts from Greece

19 March 2009 / 10:03:13  
Greece managed to get ahead of Australia and will be the first one to turn off all lights on March 28th as symbol protest against climate changes.

March 18th

Dora Bakoyanni will visit Skopje after the elections on Sunday

18 March 2009 / 19:03:50  
This was confirmed by the spokesman of the Greek Foreign Ministry Georgios Koumoutzakos in an answer to a message received by the Macedonian forst diplomat Antonio Miloshoski.

Paul Krugman from Athens: Europe is not doing enough, in order to get out of the crisis

18 March 2009 / 19:03:47  
The Nobel Prize winner in economics for 2008 talked in the Greek capital in a forum dedicated to the global financial crisis. He also met the Prime Minister of the country Kostas Karamanlis.

Greeks want their hoods back and inviolability in universities

18 March 2009 / 11:03:21  
A hood fight is about to begin. Journalists, right-protecting organizations and the opposition are against the government suggestion to punish people wearing hoods and masks during demonstrations.

March 17th

Cretan farmers are coming back

17 March 2009 / 10:03:39  
This time without tractors, the farmers will protest in front of the Prime Minister's chambers on March 23rd.

Hoods are forbidden in the center of Athens

17 March 2009 / 08:03:15  
"Greek citizens do not hide their faces, especially when they protest," said Justice Minister Nikos Dendias.

Sir Ian Blair will reform the Greek police

17 March 2009 / 08:03:05  
The former director of the London city police Sir Ian Blair takes over the reformation of the Greek police. He will incorporate the British antiterrorism model into the local system.