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PM Mitsotakis announces generous tax cuts incl. properties ENFIA

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has set as his top priority to implement his pre-election program and proceed with taxation cuts as soon as possible. In his policy statement late on Saturday, he announced several tax cuts with one of them to be implemented as of the month of August. 6.5 …

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Turkish president Erdogan threatens with 2. invasion of Cyprus

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened with a second invasion in Cyprus and thus on the 45th anniversary of the Cyprus invasion and occupation in 1974. “Those who dream of changing the fact that Turkish Cypriots are an integral part of the Turkish nation will realize it is in …

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What to do in case of Earthquake: Greek Tourism Ministry guidelines

The Greek Tourism Ministry issued guidelines for tourists in the case of an earthquake after a strong tremor hit with 5.3 R and epicenter 24km North-West of Athens Friday noon, spreading  panic among Athenians and tourists. “An earthquake of 5.1R magnitude is common in Greece and all buildings are built …

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Why Earthquake? “We have a jinxed Prime Minister” say Greeks

A Greek shop owner gave live on TV his own explanation about the cause of strong earthquake that stroke Athens with 5.3R Friday noon. “We have a jinxed Prime Minister,” the man said during a live stream with private ANT1 TV. The shop owner in Liosia suburb of West Athens, …

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Earthquake 5.3R rattles Athens, people panicked – Live blog

It started with a hollow noise coming from all sides and before I was able to realize what was going on, everything in the apartment started to rattle and shuttered like crazy. Couch, chairs, tables, books and other things on the library shelves … I grabbed my PC screen and …

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5.1 Richter in Athens

An earthquake of  5.1 Richter struck at 14.13p.m  23 kilometres northwest of Athens, 4 kilometres north of Magoula. The earthquake’s intensity was felt in areas all over Athens and as far as Evia. The reason as to why it was so intense, is that the epicentre was only 13 km …

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Gov’t abolishes independence of Financial Crimes Squads, Labor Inspection Unit

The government abolishes two crucial entities for the control of financial crimes and labor issues. The Financial Crime Squad (SDOE) and the Labor Inspection Unit (SEPE) will no longer be separate, independent entities but will be transferred to ministries,, Deputy Minister for Tax Policy Apostolos Vesyropoulos announced on Thursday and …

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Police publishes pictures of Suzanne Eaton murderer, appeals to public

Greece Police on the island of Crete publishes pictures of the 27-year-old confessed murderer of Suzanne Eaton. The pictures are published as police is seeking similar assault cases committed by the 27-year-old man who confessed the attack and rape on the US biologist. According to authorities the man is Ioannis …

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Mitsotakis’ somersault on Macedonia: “The Prespes Agreement is good”

Greeks who felt betrayed by SYRIZA on the Macedonia issue, can feel betrayed again. This time by the new government conservative New Democracy. “The Prespes Agreement is good,” two ministers in Mitsotakis cabinet acknowledged. Supporters of “Macedonia Is Greek” were already a bit shocked to hear the Prime Minister Kyriakos …

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Golden Dawn Trial: Murderer claims Pavlos Fyssas “bent on his knife”

Giorgos Roupakias, the confessed murderer of antifascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas, appeared in court provocative, incongruous and cynical. “It was a simple manslaughter,” he claimed in his first testimony in public on a crucial day for the Golden Dawn trial. He further claimed that it was Fyssas attacked him first with …

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