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Archive - Jul 2, 2012

Hundreds of students with fake certificates of dyslexia

02 July 2012 / 21:07:33  
Three employees of two large hospitals in Athens issued over 121 certificates within a year and a half. They were selling ​​them for 300-900 euros.

Three banks show interest in Emporiki Bank

02 July 2012 / 20:07:32  
The National Bank of Greece is the first financial institution to officially confirm the rumours circulating in recent weeks that Emporiki Bank has been seeking a new investor. According to unofficial information, two more banks - Eurobank EFG and Alpha Bank – have declared their interest in it.

Cyprus took the helm of Europe with a weakened economy

02 July 2012 / 19:07:33  
The Ambassador of Cyprus to Greece presented the priorities of Nicosia, but did not specify the amount of the financial aid and conditions under which his country would receive it.

Anarchists turned out to be hired assassins

02 July 2012 / 16:07:18  
Two men, aged 29 and 41, were taken to Korydallos prison on suspicion of involvement in a quintuple homicide on the island of Cyprus. The crime was committed in the region of Ayia Napa and four cameras of commercial sites around the scene of assassination recorded it frame by frame. The victims were three Cypriots and two Romanians, who worked as security guards for a local businessman. According to initial information, it concerned the settling of accounts in the "underground" world of the Big Island, as the Greeks call it.

live Joerg Asmussen: Many years of unsustainable economic policies is the cause of Greek woes

02 July 2012 / 14:07:46  
The Member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank spoke at the Roundtable with the Greek government, which was postponed several times and which The Economist magazine organized in Athens for the 16th time