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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-05-11

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From: The Athens News Agency at <>


  • [01] Athens newspaper headlines

  • [01] Athens newspaper headlines

    Athens' Sunday newspapers at a glance

    Developments in negotiations for Hellenic Telecommunications Organisation (OTE), arms procurements, energy issues, the latest food scandal and new claims being put forward by Ankara were the main front-page items in Sunday's newspapers.

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "Everything is changing in the police".

    APOGEVMATINI: "Which construction cooperatives can build [under the new spatial planning bill]".

    AVGHI: "1.5 million workers in the insecure employment zone" [claims 35 percent of Greek workforce are trapped in jobs with little security, such as temporary work or informal work].

    AVRIANI: "Americans are tearing down the European colossus Siemens in order to grab its share of projects throughout the world".

    CHORA: "Costas and we. Exclusive: Russian diplomats talk to Chora on Sunday" [article focusing on relations between Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis and Vladimir Putin, as well as the significance of the South Stream pipeline deal].

    ELEFTHERI ORA: "Archbishop of Athens and All Greece" (article claiming that crucial talks are taking place between the head of the Greek Church Archbishop Ieronymos and Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I in Fanar regarding the controversial issue of the "New Lands").

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "The 'landmines' of [Environment Minister George] Souflias and OTE scare Maximos Mansion [PM's office]".

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "The price of arms" [claims a flurry of activity by diplomats and middlemen after government decided to create a list of defence procurements, with political criteria dominating the financial decisions.

    EPOHI: "Both hugely expensive and dangerous...the government is going ahead with its policies, as PASOK shoots blanks".

    ETHNOS: "Grey manifesto for Thrace and Aegean" (refers to "upgraded and updated claims" against Greece for areas in the Aegean and Thrace that have been posted by the Turkish foreign ministry's new web-page set up a few weeks earlier).

    KATHIMERINI: "Elections for rectors a test of democracy" (predicting that these may trigger more student protests and have to be held in the presence of police).

    LOGOS: "Government's economic team tries to put brakes on imported inflation".

    NIKI of DEMOCRACY: "Rift between [Prime Minister Costas] Karamanlis and society".

    PARON: "Koronias at OTE. Hurrah for bugs..." [claims Siemens intends to place the executive that dominated the Vodafone phone-tapping scandal at the head of the phone utility].

    PROTO THEMA: "We've been eating crude oil since February". [Article on a food scandal involving a batch of adulterated sunflower oil being sold on Greek markets.

    RIZOSPASTIS: "Communist Party of Greece (KKE) positions on health. Framework of popular rallying and action"

    TO VIMA: "The power business, the nuclear challenge and Greece".

    VRADYNI: "Everything turned upside down for 'heavy and hazardous' labour categories. Social insurance reforms: who will be able to retire earlier".

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