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10:44 | 0 | AMNA
An opinion poll prepared by MARC for the newspaper Ethnos tis Kyriakis shows an eight-party Parliament with the New Democracy party still coming first in respondents' preferences but a good 6% unter the previous poll results.
10:46 | 0 | AMNA
Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, addressing a cabinet meeting on Saturday, stressed that "on the issue of pensions, an extensive and intense discussion was held with the troika. The reduction could not be avoided.
10:49 | 3 | MIA
Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov in the eve of the NATO Summit in Chicago sent a letter to NATO Heads of State asking for support for the Republic of Macedonia’s NATO membership, because as he said, it is an opportunity the injustice from Bucharest to be repaired.
10:53 | 0 | MIA
The International Monetary Fund is likely to offer minimal funds for a second Greek aid package that is expected to be approved by euro-zone finance ministers Monday, leaving the bloc's governments to provide a much bigger share of the loans than they did in the euro zone's