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Archive - Feb 2011

February 24th

Katy Perry is alien

24 February 2011 / 17:02:58  
Katy Perry is known for her unconventional vision and fashion ideas. Once again the singer provoke her fans by revealing moments of the set of her coming video.

Your garbage is my gold

24 February 2011 / 17:02:07  
This is the magic base of the old cars recycling companies. And while others are going on strikes, the company for scrap processing ARCHIMEDES NEONAKIS S.A. is making money. Its representative Spiros Glantzis talks about this.

February 23rd

A hush after the storm on Syntagma Square

23 February 2011 / 19:02:10  
About 200 people are in Syntagma Square in front of the Greek Parliament and refuse to leave until the George Papandreou government falls. The region is calm despite the sporadic small clashes between the people and the police.

The external debt of Greece jumped by 41.8 billion euros only in 2010

23 February 2011 / 16:02:01  
In the next five years the country has to pay 54.5% or 184 billion euros of its debt to foreign investors. Economic analysts estimate that this is not possible and the rescheduling of the financial aid repayment is imperative.

52 million euros for installing "smart" bus stops in Athens, the debts of public transport are growing

23 February 2011 / 15:02:48  
The reform in public transport made its first gingerly steps through the invited tender for development of a new integrated information system for management and control of buses and trolleys in the capital. While the government is planning to modernize public transport, the debts of the companies have exceeded seven million euros.

War with Molotov and tear gas on Syntagma

23 February 2011 / 14:02:13  
The war between police and anarchists who split the procession is taking place on two fronts, report Marina Nikolova and Anastasia Balezdrova from the scene.

Angela Merkel reserved to the Greek requests to the European Union

23 February 2011 / 13:02:52  
The 110 billion debt payments rescheduling will be part of the euro area’s common financial stability measures package, the interest rate reduction and the eventual purchase of the Greek debt by the future European fund for financial stability were not included in the agenda of the Merkel-Papandreou meeting.