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Psychiatric Hospital Employees Protest at Labor Ministry, No Salaries Paid for 5 Months

Among financial hardships austerities have brought on in Greece, there is mounting outrage by Greek people who are employed but do not get paid in...
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Farmers Take Over Athens; Chase Greek Police (video)

feaΑ second round of clashes between police and protesting farmers took place at Haidari, on the outskirts of Athens, as farmers were trying to...

Greek Farmers Plan on Closing Roads Indefinitely, Gathering in Athens

Greek farmers unanimously decided to move their protests to Athens, according to farmer representatives from 68 roadblocks across Greece. According to the representatives, the...

Members of the Greek Police Force Show Their Anger Outside Maximos Mansion

Nine members of the Greek police revealed signs against the government’s pension reform plan outside the prime minister’s mansion today, surprising both their own...

Only in Greece: Syriza Supports Mass Protests Against Its Own Government

Syriza’s disgraceful tergiversation with regard to austerity and Greece’s bailout schemes may be interpreted by some as a matter of political expediency stemming from...

Hope Has Turned to Despair One Year After Syriza’s Historic Rise to Power

“Hope begins today” was the message that the current Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent to the Greek people when his Coalition of the...

Austerity Themed Street Art in Athens

Through an extensive photographic article, entitled “Athens: A Canvas for Austerity-Themed Street Art,” the news agency Bloomberg presented several works of art found in...

Greek Budget for 2015 Voted Amidst Protests

The 2015 budget was voted in Greek Parliament (by a vote of 155 in favor, 134 against, 1 present) at midnight amidst anti-austerity protests and scenarios that...

Greece: 20,120 Protests in Four Years

Protests appear to have become somewhat of a “national sport” in Greece, after it was revealed that four to five protests have been taking...

October 28th Military Parade in a “Blurry” Political Landscape

The military parade in Thessaloniki for the celebration of the National "Oxi" Day, the 28th of October, took place in a foggy climate-actual and...

Greece Bans Protests For Schaeuble Visit

Fearing protests, Greece will give visiting German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble on July 18 high-profile security usually limited to visiting heads of state, barring...

Uniformed Protests Outside the Greek Parliament

The Greek MAT riot police created a barrier at the entrance to Herod Atticus St., blocking uniformed protestors from the Greek Parliament. The protesters...

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