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07:05 | 0 | Alsat
The result of Tirana will return to the Central Election Commission (CEC). After a marathon inspection only on Monday, June 13, the Electoral College decided to partially accept the complaint of the Socialist Party for the final result for Tirana.
07:11 17:27 | 0 | Emg.rs, ANA, Newsit.gr
Greek police have fired tear gas to push back protesters trying to blockade Parliament, where the struggling government will launch a debate on new cutbacks needed to secure international rescue loans.Parliamentary sessions continued in spite of the protestors surrounding the building
07:19 | 1 | Athensnews.gr
Prime minister George Papandreou is to meet with the President of the republic, Karolos Papoulias, on Wednesday noon. While the meeting's agenda is as of yet unknown, according to sources, Papandreou will discuss the possibility of a coalition government or snap elections.
07:27 14:09 | 10 | Emg.rs, MIA, ANA
Reports on the beginning of work for the placing of a statue of Alexander the Great in the central square in Skopje drew strong reaction from the Greek Foreign ministry.
14:33 17:31 | 0 | Emg.rs
Greece is at a "historically critical" moment, prime minister George Papandreou said on Wednesday, and reiterated his call for national understanding, as he was greeted at the Presidential Mansion by President of the Republic Karolos Papoulias for an extraordinary meeting
14:43 | 0 | ANA
Eurozone ministers met here on Tuesday to debate plans to make Greece's private creditors share in the costs of a second bailout package for the east Mediterranean country. Some steps forward were made during the meeting without however reaching agreement on important issues.
14:51 | 0 | ANA
In a letter to Prime Minister George Papandreou, which was released to the press late Tuesday afternoon, Lianis cited reasons of "conscience", adding that he "no longer believes in the economic policy implemented" by the government. ana-mpa
17:23 17:29 | 0 | ANA, AP
The European Union expects Greece to be granted the next 12-billion-euro tranche of aid from the EC-ECB-IMF "troika" in July, a European Commission spokesman for EU Commissioner Olli Rehn said on Wednesday.
17:32 | 0 | ANA
Eight people were injured during violent incidents that occurred around Syntagma Square early on Wednesday, on the margins of a demonstration by the Indignant Citizens' Movement.
21:58 22:07 | 0 | Emg.rs
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou on Wednesday evening announced that he will form a "new government" the next day and seek a renewed vote of confidence from Parliament, capping off a day of intense political speculation in Athens -- all amid confirmed same-day