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Archive - Mar 2010

March 12th

Greek president sworn in today

12 March 2010 / 12:03:28  
Karolos Papoulyas will be sworn in at lunch today for a second consecutive time as President of the Republic of Greece to the deputies in parliament.

Earthquake hoop tightening around Athens

12 March 2010 / 11:03:38  
There is a big possibility for a second earthquake in the wider area around northern Euboea and Fthiotida, said in an interview for the seismology professor at the University of Patras, Akis Tselendis. About 180km from Athens a 4.6 on the Richter scale earthquake hit at 3:53AM last night.

March 11th

Greece on foot against the reforms

11 March 2010 / 17:03:57  
Molotov cocktails, tear gas, 16 arrested and two wounded policemen in Athens. Riots in Thessaloniki as well.

Poetry Week in Bacaro

11 March 2010 / 14:03:02  
Poetry and jazz in "Bacaro", 1 Sophocleus St.

Murder of 35-year-old man may lead police to detect a terrorist organization

11 March 2010 / 13:03:18  
Thread to the detection of a terrorist organization may be revealed by anti-terrorism office, after 35 years-old fatally wounded man was carrying a bomb, gun and had no ID or cell phone.

Crisis hits Eurovision as well

11 March 2010 / 12:03:25  
The final is on Friday, March 12 and there will be no trace of the media hype and super-productions, which followed Elena Paparizou, Anna Vissi, Sakis Rouvas, and even Kalomira during past Eurovisions.

Alpha Bank: We are not looking for quick profit in Bulgaria

11 March 2010 / 12:03:03  
"In the coming years I expect the increase of pressure on public finances in Bulgaria,” said in an interview with Maria Spassova the chief economist at Alpha Bank Michalis Mazourakis, who claims that right now is not the good time for Bulgaria to become a member of the eurozone.