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Archive - Mar 28, 2013

The university reform has been adopted despite the protests

28 March 2013 / 22:03:52  
In Athens, there were short clashes between the protesters and the police in front of the parliament. Student protests were also held in Thessaloniki, Patras and Xanthi.

Major Greek companies hold millions in Cypriot banks

28 March 2013 / 22:03:40  
The Securities and Stock Exchange Commission in Athens has required Greek companies to submit public statements of their investments and deposits in Cyprus in order to determine the impact of the banking crisis on the Greek economy.

More panic than real problems in Cyprus

28 March 2013 / 18:03:15  
GRReporter has contacted representatives of the real business, who are the active part of society, both in Greece and in Cyprus, to present to us their perspective on the developments.

A bomb exploded outside the house of a shipping magnate

28 March 2013 / 16:03:46  
There are no victims, only material damage; according to experts, the mechanism is very similar to the one that exploded in The Mall Athens on 20 January this year

Testimony suggests the intervention of George Papandreou and Evangelos Venizelos in the “Lagarde List” case

28 March 2013 / 15:03:31  
The former Prime Minister was aware of the developments connected with the flash memory stick all the time and Evangelos Venizelos had received it a month earlier than the time indicated in his testimony, as stated by former head of the service fighting financial crimes Ioannis Diotis.

Media boycott reformist forces in Greece

28 March 2013 / 01:03:38  
Europe has not made ​​mistakes in the case of Greece. On the contrary, more or less, we were thinking that if we were dragging our feet, the problems would be solved in one way or another and we would return to the times before the crisis, which is absolutely unrealistic, says professor of economics Antigone Lyberaki in an interview for GRReporter.