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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-11-30

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Papandreou in Madrid for socialists' con'f
  • [02] Athens Newspaper Headlines

  • [01] Papandreou in Madrid for socialists' con'f

    MADRID (ANA-MPA) -- Main opposition PASOK leader George Papandreou arrived in Madrid on Sunday to participate in a European Socialist Party conference being held in the Spanish capital on Monday and Tuesday.

    Papandreou is scheduled to participate in a reception on Sunday evening of socialist party leaders. Among others, the former Greek foreign minister is due to have meetings with Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates and Bulgarian Premier Sergei Stanishev.

    Additionally, Papandreou will meet with the conference's host, Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Zapatero.

    One of the primary issues on the agenda of European socialists will be formulating a manifesto to tackle HIV proliferation and to offer aid to AIDS sufferers, as Monday is the World AIDS Day.

    The ongoing international economic crisis and socialists' strategy ahead of the 2009 European Parliament elections will also be on the agenda of talks.

    [02] Athens Newspaper Headlines

    The Sunday edition of Athens' newspapers at a glance

    Continuous local press focus on the ongoing Vatopedi monastery furor in the wake of the monastery abbot's offer to resign, as well as the state of the economy, dominated the headlines in Athens' newspapers on Sunday.

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "What Ephraim's resignation hides -- The behind-the-scenes talks at the Patriarchate"

    APOGEVMATINI: "Exams for colleges' graduates: Interview by Education Minister Stylianidis".

    AVGHI: "Who is Cosco: Chinese company a giant with clay legs"

    AVRIANI: "Dirty games by washed up pimps", a barbed reference at so-called vested interests in the country.

    CHORA: "Incredible hypocrisy: Some people don't want to realise the depth of the Vatopedi scandal"

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "Freeze in firings, VAT rate reduction on the table"

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Millions of euros from Vatopedi Monastery's accounts ended up with 'unknown recipients' "

    ETHNOS: "The latest government gift for the Vatopedi Monastery"

    EPOCHI: "No place for policy of inequality, racism and prejudice"

    KATHIMERINI: "Support package for Greek economy expensive: foreign experts".

    LOGOS: "Ephraim's ouster gives government a breather"

    NIKI: "Tragic economic condition: Greece turns 40 years back"

    PARON: "(Prime Minister Costas) Karamanlis' worrying comment about exceptions to European acquis," in relation to statements about Cyprus issue.

    PROTO THEMA: "68 percent (of respondents in a poll) want (Vatopedi Abbot) Ephraim jailed"

    Realnews: "Who much do you have (George) Voulgarakis," in reference to the former minister and high-profile ND cadre.

    RIZOSPASTIS: "Rise up now for satisfaction of popular needs"

    TO VIMA: "State benefits via borrowing -- Prime minister prepares 'Christmas counter-attack',"

    VRADYNI: "Retirement: Why apply for pensioning now"


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