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February 4th, 2016

11 people rescued in another shipwreck near Samos

04 February 2016 / 10:02:53  
The service announced that there were no casualties and missing people after the shipwreck. The rescued migrants were transported to the island.

February 3rd

Greece paralyzed by a powerful strike on Thursday

03 February 2016 / 19:02:15  
The protests are organized by the two major trade unions, namely of civil servants (ADEDY) and private sector workers (GSEE), because of the changes in the pension system that the government is planning to introduce.

Kos residents do not want a hotspot on the island, the government sends the riot forces

03 February 2016 / 13:02:40  
The discontented residents of the island of Kos who are protesting against the construction of a hotspot were out in the streets of the island shortly before Panos Kammenos arrived there.

The Greek government proposes another shocking tax increase

03 February 2016 / 11:02:23  
Yesterday the Greek government submitted to the representatives of creditors a proposal that provides for a maximum tax rate of 50% for individuals and for the collection of at least 300 million euro in annual revenue.

February 2nd

Pressed by creditors and society Tsipras considers new elections

02 February 2016 / 19:02:25  
According to the sources of the newspaper Kathimerini, the representatives of the creditor institutions had firmly objected to the idea of the Greek government to increase social security contributions for employers and employees by 1 per cent.

Minoan ship off the coast of Asia Minor

02 February 2016 / 18:02:00  
The vessel was discovered by Turkish archaeologists in the sea bottom opposited the islands of Kos and Rhodes.

SYRIZA’s official newspaper sends Greek farmers to Bulgaria

02 February 2016 / 16:02:35  
Two days before the general strike announced by the workers' unions in the private and public sectors against the pension reform, the Greek farmers have set a five-day ultimatum to the government.