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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 13-03-16

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

CONTENTS

  • [01] Group of students return to Larisa safe and sound
  • [02] The weekend editions of Athens' dailies at a glance
  • [03] 'Eurogroup decision excludes Cyprus bank deposits in Greece'

  • [01] Group of students return to Larisa safe and sound

    AMNA -- A group of high-school students form Ambelonas, central Greece, are all safe and sound and on their way back to Larisa, after their motor coach was caught in a severe snowstorm near the Austrian city of Gyor, in the border with Hungary.

    The students were on a five-day trip to Austria and Hungary and were on their way to Budapest from Vienna.

    Foreign minister Dimitris Avramopoulos, who was immediately informed of the incident, contacted his Hungarian counterpart and requested the assistance of local authorities to transfer the students to safe accommodation.amna

    A group of officials of the Greek embassy in Budapest, headed by Greek Consul Yiannis Stamatelos, drove six hours to reach the area where the motor-coach and other vehicles were stranded, and when the weather conditions allowed it they escorted the students to a nearby hotel to spend the night.

    The group is expected to arrive by road in Larisa on Saturday.amna

    [02] The weekend editions of Athens' dailies at a glance

    Sunday ETHNOS: "Reshuffle pushed forward. Which ministers are to be suspended"

    Sunday ELEFTHERI ORA: "Should (Samaras brother-in-law) Sekeris speak out, the government will fall"

    ESTIA: "Single tax as of 2014"

    Sunday VRADINI: "Retirement now at 60. The prerequisites for men and women"

    AGVI on Sunday: "Wave of anger over austerity"

    EPOCHI: "Austerity...growth-friendly"

    KATHIMERINI: "Samaras adopts change of line to troika"

    Sunday DIMOKRATIA: "Raid on black money in Internet ‘shops'"

    Sunday ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Favour orgy at Inspectors Squad"

    Sunday RIZOSPASTIS: "The exclusive economic zone and Greek-Turkish relations"

    NIKI tis Dimokratias: "Loans haircut by 50%-80% by 5 super-weapons"

    Sunday LOGOS:"Hiring 1,400 physicians"

    PROTO THEMA: "Judges movement gets rough. ‘Even if Peponis is knocked off, another 1000 will be found'"

    TO VIMA: "Special tax and layoffs create crisis scene"

    Sunday TO PARON: "Troika wants new memorandum"

    Sunday TYPOS: "Interview - Antonis Samaras speaks out: My plan for recovery in the coming months"

    REALNEWS: "Blackmail clause - Troika threatens with automatic measures"

    AGGELIOFOROS: "Public hospitals going down - 1,200 patients on each emergency"

    [03] 'Eurogroup decision excludes Cyprus bank deposits in Greece'

    A decision taken in the early hours of Saturday by Eurogroup to apply a special tax on Cyprus bank deposits, as part of the country's bailout programme, will in no way apply to deposits kept with branches of Cyprus banks in Greece, Finance minister Yannis Stournaras said on Saturday.

    "The Eurogroup decision on Cyprus expressly excludes branches of Cyprus banks in Greece, and stability of the Greek baking system is fully safeguarded," Stournaras said in a statement.


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