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Greeks strike over media closure  A general strike has begun in Greece in protest at the government's surprise move to shut down state broadcaster ERT - with the loss of 2,700... Greek court orders TV back on air  A court has ordered that state broadcaster ERT, which was shut down by the government last week, can resume transmissions Greek state TV talks break down  Greece's governing coalition has again failed to agree on how to resume transmissions by state broadcaster ERT, shut down by the government last week   Greek MPs back public sector cuts  The parliament in Greece has narrowly approved a public sector reform bill that will see thousands of people lose their jobs Crackdown on Greek far-right party  Greek police have arrested the leader of the Golden Dawn party, Nikolaos Michaloliakos, on charges of forming a criminal organisation Golden Dawn leader appears in court Map of Athens Greece  The head of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party, Nikos Mihaloliakos, has arrived in court to answer charges of organising a criminal group Strong earthquake hits west of Crete Map of Crete Greece  A very strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.3 has struck west of the Greek island of Crete at 4:12 p.m. Authorities work to identify mystery girl found in Greece Map of Farsala Greece
Greek MPs approve fresh tax rises  The parliament has approved a series of unpopular tax rises aimed at boosting revenue in line with Athens' commitments to international cred... Ex-Greek minister faces tax probe  Greek MPS have voted to launch a criminal investigation into ex-Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou Athens is hit by torrential rainfall  Several hours of heavy rain and a thunderstorm have flooded roads and homes, caused traffic jams and disrupted the train and tram network Lifesaving drugs run short in Greece  Thousands of Greeks trapped in a vicious circle involving a cash-strapped government unable to pay its bills Greek player banned for Nazi salute  AEK Athens midfielder Giorgos Katidis, 20, has been banned for life from playing for the national team after making a Nazi salute Greece farm shooting: 30 injured   About 30 migrant workers have been injured in a shooting on a strawberry farm in Greece after requesting salaries that had not been paid   Parliament approves 15,000 civil service job cuts   The Greek parliament has passed a bill which will see 15,000 state employees lose their jobs by the end of next year   Greeks stage 24-hour anti-austerity general strike  A general strike against tough austerity measures has begun in Greece, with the country's trade unions calling for 'mass mobilisation' of pr...   Greece suspends state broadcaster


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  A charity, looking after a 4-year-old that was found at a Gypsy camp, have received 'promising' leads and thousands of phone calls
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  A Roma couple have appeared in court in Greece on charges of abducting a young blonde girl, their lawyer says
Oct.22     Is gypsy girl the missing Baby Lisa? FBI joins investigation  An American couple whose daughter disappeared in 2011 is asking Greek police to check whether or not she is 'Maria,' a blue-eyed blond girl Oct.24   Bulgarian woman claims she's Maria's mom
  A Bulgarian woman claims she is the mother of the blond, blue-eyed girl taken by police from a Roma couple in Greece last week
Oct.25   Greek couple accused of buying Roma baby
  DNA from a girl taken by authorities from a Roma couple in Greece matches that of a Bulgarian couple who said they were the parents of the girl


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1. 01-11 Greek MPs approve fresh tax rises Athens
C. 01-17 Ex-Greek minister faces tax probe Greece
D. 02-22 Athens is hit by torrential rainfall Athens
E. 03-13 Lifesaving drugs run short in Greece Greece
F. 03-17 Greek player banned for Nazi salute Greece
G. 04-18 Greece farm shooting: 30 injured Nea Manolada, Greece
7. 04-28 Parliament approves 15,000 civil service job cuts Greece
I. 04-30 Greeks stage 24-hour anti-austerity general strike Greece
06-11 Greece suspends state broadcaster Greece





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Athens is hit by torrential rainfall  Several hours of heavy rain and a thunderstorm have flooded roads and homes, caused traffic jams and disrupted the train and tram network Lifesaving drugs run short in Greece  Thousands of Greeks trapped in a vicious circle involving a cash-strapped government unable to pay its bills Strong earthquake hits west of Crete Map of Crete Greece  A very strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.3 has struck west of the Greek island of Crete at 4:12 p.m. Greek player banned for Nazi salute  AEK Athens midfielder Giorgos Katidis, 20, has been banned for life from playing for the national team after making a Nazi salute Greek MPs approve fresh tax rises  The parliament has approved a series of unpopular tax rises aimed at boosting revenue in line with Athens' commitments to international cred...   Parliament approves 15,000 civil service job cuts   The Greek parliament has passed a bill which will see 15,000 state employees lose their jobs by the end of next year   Greece suspends state broadcaster




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  The Greek government has shut down the public broadcaster ERT, calling it a 'haven of waste'




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2013 Apr.18 Greece farm shooting: 30 injured   About 30 migrant workers have been injured in a shooting on a strawberry farm in Greece after requesting salaries that had not been paid Sep.28 Crackdown on Greek far-right party   Greek police have arrested the leader of the Golden Dawn party, Nikolaos Michaloliakos, on charges of forming a criminal organisation Oct.2 Golden Dawn leader appears in court Map of Athens Greece  The head of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party, Nikos Mihaloliakos, has arrived in court to answer charges of organising a criminal group Oct.20 Authorities work to identify mystery girl found in Greece Map of Farsala Greece
  A charity, looking after a 4-year-old that was found at a Gypsy camp, have received 'promising' leads and thousands of phone calls
Oct.21   Maria: Greek Roma couple in court over 'abduction' Map of Farsala Greece
  A Roma couple have appeared in court in Greece on charges of abducting a young blonde girl, their lawyer says
Oct.22   Is gypsy girl the missing Baby Lisa? FBI joins investigation  An American couple whose daughter disappeared in 2011 is asking Greek police to check whether or not she is 'Maria,' a blue-eyed blond girl Oct.24 Bulgarian woman claims she's Maria's mom
  A Bulgarian woman claims she is the mother of the blond, blue-eyed girl taken by police from a Roma couple in Greece last week
Oct.25 Greek couple accused of buying Roma baby
  DNA from a girl taken by authorities from a Roma couple in Greece matches that of a Bulgarian couple who said they were the parents of the girl




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2013 Jan.11 Greek MPs approve fresh tax rises  The parliament has approved a series of unpopular tax rises aimed at boosting revenue in line with Athens' commitments to international cred... Jan.17 Ex-Greek minister faces tax probe  Greek MPS have voted to launch a criminal investigation into ex-Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou Mar.17 Greek player banned for Nazi salute  AEK Athens midfielder Giorgos Katidis, 20, has been banned for life from playing for the national team after making a Nazi salute Apr.28   Parliament approves 15,000 civil service job cuts   The Greek parliament has passed a bill which will see 15,000 state employees lose their jobs by the end of next year Apr.30   Greeks stage 24-hour anti-austerity general strike  A general strike against tough austerity measures has begun in Greece, with the country's trade unions calling for 'mass mobilisation' of pr... Jun.11   Greece suspends state broadcaster
  The Greek government has shut down the public broadcaster ERT, calling it a 'haven of waste'
Jun.12 Greeks strike over media closure  A general strike has begun in Greece in protest at the government's surprise move to shut down state broadcaster ERT - with the loss of 2,700... Jun.17 Greek court orders TV back on air  A court has ordered that state broadcaster ERT, which was shut down by the government last week, can resume transmissions Jun.20 Greek state TV talks break down   Greece's governing coalition has again failed to agree on how to resume transmissions by state broadcaster ERT, shut down by the government last week Jul.17   Greek MPs back public sector cuts  The parliament in Greece has narrowly approved a public sector reform bill that will see thousands of people lose their jobs Sep.28 Crackdown on Greek far-right party   Greek police have arrested the leader of the Golden Dawn party, Nikolaos Michaloliakos, on charges of forming a criminal organisation Oct.2 Golden Dawn leader appears in court Map of Athens Greece  The head of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party, Nikos Mihaloliakos, has arrived in court to answer charges of organising a criminal group