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Total War Rome 2 : Wrath of Sparta : Athens 23 GB 4- Rowing in Athens Olympics 2004 Dub Pistols Live in Athens,Greece | 2014 [Full Show] Beethoven Turkish March from The Ruins of Athens , Carlos Kalmar RTVE Orch Beethoven Turkish March and Overture to Ruins of Athens
 
Total War Rome 2 : Wrath of Sparta : Athens 23

Total War Rome 2 : Wrath of Sparta : Athens 23 – Athens Video

Athens closes in on ultimate victory, but do you want more? Enjoy! Video Rating: 5 / 5

GB 4- Rowing in Athens Olympics 2004 – Athens Video

I remember so clearly watching this epic race on telly. Made me feel sick with worry.

Dub Pistols Live in Athens,Greece | 2014 [Full Show]

Dub Pistols Live in Athens,Greece | 2014 [Full Show] – Athens Video

Enter Pictures proudly Presents the performance of Dub Pistols in Athens, Greece 2014. “Legends of the urban scene in Britain and adored by hip hop fans beca… Video Rating: 5 / 5

Beethoven Turkish March from The Ruins of Athens , Carlos Kalmar RTVE Orch – Athens Video

Video Rating: 4 / 5

Beethoven Turkish March and Overture to Ruins of Athens - Boston Civic Symphony

Beethoven Turkish March and Overture to Ruins of Athens – Boston Civic Symphony – Athens Video

Boston Civic Symphony, 89th Season Max Hobart, Music Director Taichi Fukumura, Conductor Beethoven Turkish March and Overture from the Incidental Music to Ru…

No answers from administrators on medical campus dean change

29 January 2015

No answers from administrators on medical campus dean change A meeting with top administrators Tuesday did little to satisfy area physicians and others who wanted to know why the popular dean of the University of Georgia-Georgia Regents University is leaving. Dr. Barbara Schuster, dean of the Athens medical … Full News here – Read more […]

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1/29/2015: Front Page: EU and Greece at odds over more Russia sanctions

29 January 2015

Greece’s new Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias will attempt today to clear up a dispute between Athens and the European Council when EU diplomats discuss whether to step up sanctions against Russia over fighting in eastern Ukraine. The Greek government… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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1/29/2015: Front Page: New Democracy’s challenges

29 January 2015

Kammenos and his MPs are participating in a left-wing government under Alexis Tsipras which, apparently, is here to stay. This means that part of the traditional right will benefit from whatever clientelist relationship or other advantages may be drawn… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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1/29/2015: Front Page: Appeal against 2011 ruling

28 January 2015

The European Court yesterday began hearing an appeal by Greece and the Hellas Gold mining company against a 2011 decision that ordered the firm to pay 15.34 million euros to public coffers as it was deemed to have received illegal state aid. The… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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1/29/2015: Front Page: Ministry handover fuels reform vows

28 January 2015

The handover of ministries to the new government yesterday prompted a barrage of announcements essentially undoing reforms passed by previous administrations. Interior Minister Nikos Voutsis and Alternate Administrative Reform Minister Giorgos… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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Thousands expected to celebrate 10th anniversary of Athens Church at Stegman

28 January 2015

Thousands expected to celebrate 10th anniversary of Athens Church at Stegman The confines of a church sanctuary just didn't offer the elbow room needed for such a big moment for a relatively young Athens church. More than 3,000 people are expected to gather today at the University of Georgia's Stegman Coliseum to celebrate the … […]

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1/29/2015: Front Page: Conservatives look to pick up the pieces

28 January 2015

New Democracy’s executive committee is due to meet today as the conservative party begins the process of trying to heal the wounds from Sunday’s election defeat. Conservative leader Antonis Samaras met yesterday with outgoing Parliament Speaker… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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1/28/2015: Front Page: Dritsas announces cancellation of OLP sale

28 January 2015

Before even undertaking his portfolio, the new government’s alternate minister for shipping, Theodoros Dritsas, announced the cancellation of the privatization of Piraeus Port Authority (OLP). On his way to the swearingin of the new government,… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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1/28/2015: Front Page: Greek bonds continue post-election plunge

28 January 2015

Greece’s bonds plunged for a second day as the nation’s newly named cabinet looked set to clash with euro-area finance ministers over its funding needs. While finance chiefs from the 19-nation euro area on Monday signaled their willingness to do a deal… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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1/28/2015: Front Page: Greek bonds continue post-election plunge

28 January 2015

Greece’s bonds plunged for a second day as the nation’s newly named cabinet looked set to clash with euro-area finance ministers over its funding needs. While finance chiefs from the 19-nation euro area on Monday signaled their willingness to do a deal… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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1/28/2015: Front Page: BR

28 January 2015

Mixed reaction. Pacific Investment Management Co (PIMCO) and hedge fund Greylock Capital Management say the election of the anti-austerity SYRIZA party in Greece hasn’t lessened their appetite for the country’s bonds. The election has drawn mixed… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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1/28/2015: Front Page: Cyprus to stay in recession for 2015

28 January 2015

NICOSIA (AFP) – Cyprus’s battered economy will remain in recession in 2015, albeit shrinking at a slower pace than last year, a University of Cyprus survey predicted yesterday. GDP will contract by 0.4 percent compared with an expected 2.2 percent… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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Greece election fallout: EU leaders reluctant to give Athens a pass

28 January 2015

Greece election fallout: EU leaders reluctant to give Athens a pass The current bargain between Athens and its sponsors in the EU and the IMF expires at the end of February. The European Central Bank has signalled that a new arrangement – or extension of the current one – is a precondition to continuing its […]

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1/28/2015: Front Page: Uncertainty on new tax system

28 January 2015

Dimitris Mardas, a professor of economics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, has been handed the hot potato of taxation, one of the main clashing points between SYRIZA and New Democracy in the pre-election period. The new alternate finance… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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1/28/2015: Front Page: Anti-austerity cabinet unveiled

28 January 2015

Greece’s new SYRIZA-led coalition government was sworn in yesterday with economist Yanis Varoufakis taking the crucial post of finance minister in a slimmer cabinet including members of the right-wing Independent Greeks (ANEL), notably party leader… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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