Ancient Mosque in Greece Re Opens after 90 Years of closure, Another Planned in Athens


A 111 year-old mosque in Thessaloniki, GreeceJNN 11 Apr 2013 Athens : A 111 year-old mosque in Thessaloniki, Greece has opened its doors to Muslim worshippers for the first time in 90 years at the same time a planned mosque in Athens is moving closer to reality. Continue reading

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Greece on the verge of Bankruptcy , credit rating down graded from ‘CCC’ to ‘selective default’


Greek Bickering EconomyJNN 06 Dec 2012 Athens : Standard & Poor’s (S&P) ratings agency has downgraded Greece’s already junk-level debt rating to “selective default” after the debt-ridden country launched an operation to buy back bonds at well below their face value. Continue reading

Greece on the verge of Bankruptcy , credit rating down graded from ‘CCC’ to 'selective default'


Greek Bickering EconomyJNN 06 Dec 2012 Athens : Standard & Poor’s (S&P) ratings agency has downgraded Greece’s already junk-level debt rating to “selective default” after the debt-ridden country launched an operation to buy back bonds at well below their face value. Continue reading

Greece’s Poor Economy Puts ” Police for Hire ” Pay to secure yourself


JNN 11 April 2012 Athens : Greece is offering a ‘cop-for-hire’ service, renting out policemen for €30 per hour, plus €10 if you want a police car too. It triggered fears that security of people who cannot afford a policeman for hire may be affected in favor of those who can. Continue reading

Greece's Poor Economy Puts " Police for Hire " Pay to secure yourself


JNN 11 April 2012 Athens : Greece is offering a ‘cop-for-hire’ service, renting out policemen for €30 per hour, plus €10 if you want a police car too. It triggered fears that security of people who cannot afford a policeman for hire may be affected in favor of those who can. Continue reading