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Archive - May 2010

May 14th

Alejandro vs. Telephone! What do you think?

14 May 2010 / 16:05:34  
Hello GRR HOT 15 readers! It’s Friday again and I am here to tell you what happened in the chart during this past week. Thanks to your votes the TOP 3 has changed and now the leader is Telephone. Lady Gaga and Beyonce jumped with three positions and now they are the new leaders!

Karitsi Square - a place for fun and friends

14 May 2010 / 09:05:33  
Everyone, who has visited Greek capital at least once, must has passed through the usual tourist routes – the colorful markets of Monastiraki, the cafes in Thisio overlooking the Acropolis, the bars in Psiri, and lately in Gazi. All these places are well known and loved, noisy and full of life and people during every hour of the day, but the new favorite place for an evening of Mojitos (for example) and meeting friends is a Karitsi square.

Explosion close to Koridalos prison

14 May 2010 / 08:05:05  
The bomb exploded 200 meters away from the female wing of the prison, a girl living in a neighboring building, was slightly injured.

May 13th

First Greek online mall opens on Sunday

13 May 2010 / 16:05:18 in the house of every user with 300,000 products at competitive prices.

Foreign tourists are increasingly avoiding troubled Greece

13 May 2010 / 14:05:18  
Incessant strikes, protests and riots not only paralyzed trade in Athens but also largely contributed to the withdraw of tourists this season. More than 20,000 reservations have been withdrawn from the capital's hotels since the beginning of 2010.

Great expectations from Erdoğan's visit in Athens

13 May 2010 / 13:05:43  
Turkish Prime Minister is coming on an official visit in Athens on May 14 and 15 along with 10 ministers and 100 businessmen.

Street stories: Fighting for the opportunity that no one gives for free

13 May 2010 / 11:05:07  
If you wonder who are those Greeks who go out on the roads, blocking the highway, striking, screaming and complaining of the reduction of the 13th, 14th and 15th salary and want everything as it was back in the day, I can tell you that Themisto Angelopolos is not one of them. He is a boy born in Patras and raised in a village near the Peloponnesian town. You will not see him striking and protesting, not because he has a problem with defending labor rights in Greece, but because he has never taken advantage of them.