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Westerwelle erteilt Nachverhandlungen mit Griechenland klare Absage
"Diesen Rubikon werden wir nicht überschreiten"

Welt Online
Positive Nachrichten aus Griechenland
Staat erfüllt angeblich eigene Ziele zur Reduzierung des Defizits

Märkische Allgemeine
EU arbeitet an Brückenfinanzierung für Griechenland
Griechenland geht in nächster Zeit das Geld aus und die internationalen Kreditgeber arbeiten an einer "technischen Lösung", um das schuldengeplagte Land ohne Zahlungsausfall durch den August zu bringen.

Welt Online
Griechische Beamte sollen wieder Drachmen kriegen
CSU-Generalsekretär Dobrindt hat Griechenlands Regierung aufgefordert, Beamte und Rentner ab sofort wieder in Drachmen zu bezahlen. So könne wieder wirtschaftliches Wachstum entfaltet werden.

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Yahoo News
Greek PM Samaras to meet ECB's Draghi, IMF's Lagarde
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras spoke on the phone to European Central Bank President Mario Draghi and IMF chief Christine Lagarde earlier on Friday and has agreed to meet them in the coming weeks, his office said.

Yahoo News
Greek privatization chief's departure risks new delays
The head of Greece's privatization agency said on Friday he was forced to resign because its new government blocked his effort to sell off assets, in the latest blow to a program central to Greek hopes of regaining credibility with lenders.

Yahoo News
Clash at Greek steel plant stirs political spat
Clash at Greek steel plant stirs political spat, 7 people detained
Riot police used tear gas against striking steel workers Friday, in a rare government intervention into a labor dispute to break up picket lines that have closed a factory outside Athens since Oct. 31 last year.

Athens News
Digital switchover begins
The switchover to a fully digital television broadcasting service began on Friday, when the analogue signal on Mt Ymittos in Attica for nationally broadcast private television stations was switched off at 3am.

Athens News
Sites and museums open longer for summer
Opening times at archaeological sites and museums across the county have been extended for the summer season, the culture ministry announced on July 16.

Athens News
Bill Clinton to visit Athens
Thirteen years after his last visit and eleven years after leaving the White House, former US president Bill Clinton returns to Athens on Sunday 22 July.
The former president is coming to promote a new initiative that seeks to redefine the country’s image abroad by disassociating Greece from its negative perceptions.

Greek Reporter
Westerwelle: No Renegotiation of Greek Austerity Cuts

Greek Reporter
Bill Clinton Heads to Greece this Weekend to Promote “The Hellenic Initiative”
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton will be in Greece this weekend to promote “The Hellenic Initiative,” an initiative organized by Greeks of the Diaspora that aims to help Greece overcome the current crisis.

Greek Reporter
Greek MEPs Support Marine Strategy Directive During MEDASSET Event in Lefkada
Within the framework of the European Fish Weeks 2012, NGO MEDASSET (Mediterranean Association to Save the Sea Turtles) organized a series of events this month on the island of Lefkada,

Greek Reporter
Greek Consumers Among Most Pessimistic, Nielsen Report Reveals
Greece remained among the top five most pessimistic countries in the world, with consumer confidence remaining below the 60-point level for the last two years, Nielsen revealed in its latest report on consumer confidence.

Greek Reporter
HellasCom: A Portal for all Greeks in the World
The new generation in social media is here and it is bringing a portal that connects Greeks from all places in the world.

PASOK leader proposes new Medium-Term programme
PASOK Leader Evangelos Venizelos on Monday proposed the adoption of a new medium-term programme for Greece's fiscal adjustement that will cover the period from July 2012 to the end of 2016.

The Washington Post

Greece says January-June deficit beats targets despite lower than expected revenues
Greece’s Finance Ministry says it beat deficit-busting targets in the first half of the year, despite lower than expected tax revenues.

The Washington Post
Greece: Activists report 300 race attacks since April, call on government to stop the violence
Immigrants living in Greece have been targeted in at least 300 violent attacks in the last three months, local anti-racism campaigners said Thursday, calling for better police protection against a surge in hate crimes.

The Wall Street Journal
ECB Adds to Pressure on Greece
The European Central Bank said it would reject Greek government bonds as collateral for its normal lending operations beginning Wednesday, raising pressure on Athens to comply with demands of its international creditors for deep budget cuts.

The Guardian
The tourists who could save Greece are the rich of China and India, not Europe
Contrary to what you might hear, Greece still welcomes German tourists. But they – and other Europeans – are just not coming in the numbers they used to

Greek Reporter
Immigrant Detention Center To Be Set Up in Athens
Mayor George Kamminis said he is prepared for the capital city to host a holding center for illegal immigrants, one of a number to be set up in Greece to help stem the influx of people fleeing other countries, who want to seek asylum or move on to other European Union (EU) countries.

Business Recorder
European Investment Bank agrees to fund Greek firms
The European Investment Bank (EIB) will provide 1.44 billion euros ($1.75 billion) in loans to struggling Greek firms, providing a stimulus to the debt-laden country's ailing economy, Greece's finance ministry said on Saturday.

Parliament spends millions on buildings
The Hellenic Parliament has spent no less than 30 million euros over the last eight years on rental of buildings in Athens city center, as Kathimerini reveals on Saturday, while the total spending of the Greek house of representatives in that period has come to 83 million euros.

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Investitionsbank verspricht Athen 1,4 Milliarden Euro
Griechenland soll bis 2015 rund 1,4 Milliarden Euro für Infrastrukturprojekte von der Europäischen Investitionsbank bekommen. Die Gelder sollen der Bank auf jeden Fall in Euro zurückgezahlt werden.
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