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Nach Griechenland-Rauswurf-Forderungen
CSU zeigt sich gegenüber Griechenland überraschend mild

Nach monatelangen Attacken gegen Griechenland schlägt die CSU moderate Töne in der Debatte um die Schuldenkrise an – und stellt sich hinter Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel. Sie liege mit ihrem Kurs „goldrichtig“, lobt etwa Horst Seehofer.

Welt Online
Euro-Länder überschlagen sich mit Lob für Griechen
Die Euro-Staaten haben geschlossen und überraschend deutlich die Reformbemühungen in Griechenland gewürdigt. Selbst die kritische CSU kann sich plötzlich neue Hilfen für das Krisenland vorstellen.

Der Tagesspiegel
Radikale profitieren von der Krise


Wachsender Rassismus in Griechenland

Associated Press
Greek rights groups slam asylum process
Human rights groups in Greece are accusing the government of subjecting asylum seekers to a "degrading and illegal" application process that aims to discourage them from formally requesting state protection.

Athens News
Samaras: Certainty of next loan tranche by mid-November
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on Friday expressed certainty that a 31.5-billion-euro tranche of the EC-ECB-IMF bailout package will be disbursed by mid-November, preferably in its entirety, as soon as a report by the troika is adopted.

Greek Reporter
Samaras Says Cash Running Out, Aid Needed Now
Greece will run out of money in mid-November and needs to receive a delayed $38.8 billion installment from its bailout package as soon as possible, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said on Oct. 19.

Greek Reporter
Greek Rights Groups Slam Asylum Process
Human rights groups in Greece are accusing the government of subjecting asylum seekers to a “degrading and illegal” application process that aims to discourage them from formally requesting state protection.

Greek Reporter
Glezos Urges Diaspora to Help Greece
Manolis Glezos, a Member of Parliament from the major opposition Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) and a hero remembered for pulling down the Nazi swastika from the Acropolis in 1941, with the aid of his friend, Apostolos Santas, has asked Greeks of the Diaspora to help their countrymen get through a crushing economic crisis.

Greek hopes for tranche grow after EU summit
Samaras upbeat after summit but prefers to avoid issue of debt restructuring

Golden Dawn threatens mass resignations, Parliament eyes disciplinary measures
Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos said on Friday that MPs from his far-right party might resign in protest when new austerity measures are brought to Parliament. His threat came as the House was apparently preparing to clamp down on the unruly behavior of some of Golden Dawn’s lawmakers during debates.

SDOE traces customs fraud
An investigation by the Financial Crimes Squad (SDOE) has led to the discovery of large-scale illegal trade and customs fraud believed to have deprived the Greek state of millions of euros.

Greece sees rise in racist attacks on immigrants


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