Category Archives: recession consequences

  1. October 28th 1940: Greece’s win over fascism now and then

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    October 28, 2012 by pavlospapathanasiou

       to my beloved grandfather October 28th, one of Greece’s two official national days, honors the start of the Greek-Italian …
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  2. Deputy Health Minister Marios Salmas threatens Pharmacists Union President

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    October 26, 2012 by pavlospapathanasiou

    According to a report , posted earlier today in iatronet.gr news portal,  Athens Pharmacists Union President Mr. Konstantinos Lourantos sent …
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  3. A great Greek tragedy; Professor Yiannis Varoufakis interviewed by Business Spectator

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    October 26, 2012 by pavlospapathanasiou

    We have just concluded yet another European leaders meeting.  This one, thankfully, at last began to tackle the reality that …
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  4. Documentary on the economy and the social unrest in Greece 2010-2012

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    October 23, 2012 by pavlospapathanasiou

    Dr Dimitris Dalakoglou of Sussex University explains the ongoing social meltdown which took place in Greece between May 2010 and …
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  5. Greek Government uses unconcealed violence to crash protesters in Chalkidiki

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    October 22, 2012 by pavlospapathanasiou

    Scenes of unspeakable violence took place in the northern Greek region of Chalkidiki yesterday; Hundreds of protesters from Chalkidiki, Thessaloniki …
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  6. Miscarriage rates in Greece tripled due to the economic crisis

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    October 20, 2012 by pavlospapathanasiou

    Sharp increase of miscarriages’ rates in Greece is one of the crisis consequences, according to obstetricians and gynecologists. According to …
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  7. General strike protests spread all over Greece with tremendous participation

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    October 18, 2012 by pavlospapathanasiou

    More and more peaceful protesters gather at Syntagma and Omonoia Squares, in Athens downtown and are expected to reach higher numbers …
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