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Athens News Agency: News in English, 09-01-18

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

CONTENTS

  • [01] Noted songwriter, performer Danai Stratigopoulou dies
  • [02] Bisky addresses Euro Left con'f
  • [03] Top teams post wins

  • [01] Noted songwriter, performer Danai Stratigopoulou dies

    Danai Stratigopoulou, a singer, musician, prolific songwriter as well as a onetime folklore professor of Greek at Santiago University in Chile, died on Sunday at the age of 96.

    Stratigopoulou, who was born in Athens in 1913 and raised in France, was also a noted translator, namely, of Greek demotic songs into Spanish and poems by Pablo Nerouda into Greek.

    Stratigopoulou will be buried at the First Athens Cemetery at noon on Wednesday.

    [02] Bisky addresses Euro Left con'f

    Party of the European Left president Lothar Bisky addressed the European political grouping's extraordinary conference in Athens on Saturday, organised by the Coalition of the Left (Synaspismos) party, where he extended his solidarity to those who demonstrated following the death of pupil Alexandros Grigoropoulos last month, while at the same time sternly condemning the violence of hooded vandals.

    Bisky said that the young people's uprising in Greece clearly showed the social repercussions of the economic crisis of neo-liberal policy, adding that the neo-liberal parties have no effective model to present and the only model in which neo-liberal state authority invests in the face of uprisings is suppression.

    At the same conference, Synaspismos party leader Alexis Tsipras outlined his party's strategy concerning young people's problems.

    Addressing the conference, Tsipras said "we were the only political force to speak of an uprising from the very first moment. We became the target of the entire political system."

    "Here in Greece we heard many interpretations about the uprising of youth" and assured that the party will not back down from young people's right to mass and militant peaceful protest, to seek a future that will not be uninsured and insecure employment, to free state-controlled and dignified education and to defend democracy and social rights from arbitrariness and suppression.

    Referring to the economic crisis, Tsipras said that the crisis is due to the system, because it was created by the elements that compose the nucleus of the neo-liberal sample.

    Caption: A file photo of Lothar Bisky (R) dated 10 December 2005. ANA-MPA/EPA/MATTHIAS HIEKEL

    [03] Top teams post wins

    Olympiakos Piraeus retained its lead in the Greek Super League after beating Panseraikos Serres 1-0 away over the weekend. Panathinaikos Athens thrashed Aris Thessaloniki 4-0 at the Athens Olympic Stadium on Sunday and remained in second place, while AEK Athens clinched a 1-0 away win over Iraklis Thessaloniki on Saturday and kept up it chase of the top positions.

    In other action:

    Asteras Tripolis-Thrasyvoulos Athens 3-0

    Levadiakos Livadia-Ergotelis Crete 4-0

    OFI Crete-Panionios Athens 2-0

    Xanthi-Larissa 1-1

    PAOK Thessaloniki-Panthrakikos Komotini 2-0

    Standings after 18 weeks of play:

    1. Olympiakos 45 points

    2. Panathinaikos 36

    3. PAOK 36

    4. AEK 31

    5. Larissa 26

    6. Panionios 25

    7. Aris 24

    8. Xanthi 23

    9. Panthrakikos 22

    10. Iraklis 22

    11. Levadiakos 22

    12. Ergotelis 20

    13. Asteras 17

    14. OFI 14

    15. Thrasyvoulos 12

    16. Panseraikos 11


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