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February 2nd, 2016

The Greek authorities apprehend an Iraqi national, possibly related to the Islamic State

02 February 2016 / 11:02:34  
The passport with which he travelled was part of a batch of blank documents that the members of DAESH had stolen from the citizens’ centre in the Iraqi province of Nineveh.

February 1st

The culture of tax evasion in Greece

01 February 2016 / 21:02:47  
Raphael Markelos, Professor of Finance and research director at Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia, talks about the consequences of tax evasion for a country.

Greece officially proposes the grandmothers and fishermen from Lesbos and Susan Sarandon for the Nobel Peace Prize

01 February 2016 / 19:02:22  
If the Greek candidates win the Nobel Peace Prize, the money amount that accompanies it will be provided for strengthening the health services on the Aegean islands. The honorary diplomas are planned to be on display at the Museum of the Acropolis.

February is the month of enhanced busyness

01 February 2016 / 16:02:01  
February is also a dangerous month for interpersonal relationships as there will be lack of patience. Therefore, many people may have tense contacts with others, "wave tomahawks in the air" and well-buried issues may come to the fore again.

Farmers are preparing for surprising and indefinite road and border blockades

01 February 2016 / 14:02:03  
The blockades of the borders with Bulgaria and Turkey will continue for an indefinite period of time. According to the decision of farmers in both regions, only for cars and buses will be allowed to pass.

The cost of public transport in Athens rises

01 February 2016 / 11:02:17  
The cost of public transport tickets in the region of Athens is rising from 1.20 euro to 1.40 euro. Their validity is extended from 70 minutes to 90 minutes. The tickets purchased by the citizens at the price of 1.20 euro can be used until the end of April.

Media and democracy

01 February 2016 / 00:02:48  
An analysis of Dimitris Psichoyos shows how the Greek political class controls the electronic media