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Focus Online
Luxusimmobilien in Griechenland
Meerblick und Pool für unter einer Million Euro

Schuldenkrise hin oder her – Sonne, Strand und Meer bleiben Griechenland selbst bei Einführung der Drachme erhalten. Betuchte Käufer wittern eine günstige Gelegenheit zum Hauskauf.
http://www.focus.de/immobilien/kaufen/luxusimmobilien-in-griechenland-meerblick-und-pool-fuer-unter-eine-million-euro-_aid_819566.html

ekathimerini
EU makes Greece wait till late October
Officials may give Athens more time

Greece has made progress with economic reforms but decisions on the release of crucial rescue funding are not expected until the second half of October, high-ranking foreign officials said Friday at a summit of eurozone finance ministers in Nicosia while also indicating that the country could be granted an extension to its fiscal adjustment period.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite1_11834_14/09/2012_461395

ekathimerini
Milking Greece
When there are riot police in full gear standing in front of the Finance Ministry to protect it from disabled protesters riding wheelchairs and using walking frames, you can be pretty sure your country is heading in a worrying direction.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite3_1_15/09/2012_461407

Deutsche Welle
Greece
Is Greece a security risk for NATO?

Greece staying in the eurozone is not just an economic question, some experts say. It is also a geopolitical concern. They argue that a Greek exit could have negative effects for NATO. But is that really the case?
http://www.dw.de/dw/article/0,,16243215,00.html

The Wall Street Journal
Illegal Immigration Emerges As New Crisis for Greece—And EU
It is early in the afternoon at this important port 125 miles from Athens and two Greek navy officers are patrolling the docks, each wielding sticks with mirrors to peek under trucks. They have seen nothing so far.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390444506004577617383132000476.html


 



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