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  1. - Hellenic News of AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 8 | Hellenic News of America

    Eleni Antoniadou is the recipient of the Sciacca "Science 2016" International Award. That's another yet award for the Greek scientist, who has repeatedly received recognition for her contribution to the development of life-saving therapies for artificial organ transplantation, including the NASA - ESA Outstanding Researcher Award for 2012.

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  2. Hoist Finance in Strategic Partnership with Bank of GreeceRead the original story

    Apr 5, 2016 | Business Wire

    Today, Hoist Finance announces a strategic partnership that underpins the attractiveness of the Group's offering towards international banks, at the same time the agreement results in a new market entry. This is well in line with Hoist Finance's established and prudent expansion strategy to become the preferred debt restructuring partner to international banks.

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  3. A lab for cashless living has grown out of Greece's financial crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2016 | MarketWatch

    When Makis Gounaris, a financial consultant based in Athens, decided to hire Spartan Security Ltd. to protect his apartment in September, he was told to choose from three payment options: cash, credit, or barter. "It was a good deal," said Gounaris, who was general secretary for public property at the Greek Ministry of Finance between 2012 and 2015.

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  4. Hendrix writing professors to read from their worksRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2016 | Log Cabin Democrat

    Hope Coulter, Jessica Jacobs and Tyrone Jaeger will read from and discuss their works in Reves Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public and will be followed by a reception and book signing in Trieschmann Gallery. Director of the Hendrix-Murphy programs and creative writing instructor Coulter is a fiction writer and poet whose poetry collection, "The Wheel of Light," was released in spring 2015 as part of the New Poets Series of BrickHouse Press.

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  5. An elephant rampage, Super Bowl 50 and gravitational waves: here's the week in picturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2016 | CBC News

    A wild elephant rampaged through an eastern Indian town on Feb. 10, smashing cars and homes, causing panicked people to run before the animal was tranquillized to be returned to the forest. The discovery is expected to reveal never-before-seen events in the universe akin to opening "a brand new window on the universe ."

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  6. St ConstantineRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 25, 2015 | TrekEarth

    Aghios Constantinos is small seaside town and port in the regional section of Fthiotida, region of Central Greece. According to the 2011 census Agios Konstantinos has 2,471 inhabitants.

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  7. Paphos stands by its twin town of LesbosRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2015 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Paphos Municipality has opened a special account with Paphos Co-op Bank and is inviting contributions for the financial support of its twin Municipality of Lesbos buckling under the incessant flow of refugees from Syria and other countries in the embattled region. The Municipality announced the opening of account 40028-40-07119-0 at Paphos Cooperative Savings Bank and, by a unanimous decision of the council, made the first deposit of 2,000 euros.

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  8. For many Europeans, doubts about widening the welcome to refugeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2015 | Christian Science Monitor

    Lamia Zerrin has been living in a tent with her two small children at Republique square since the end of July because private housing is too expensive and she can't get any answers from the state on a public housing request she submitted in 2009. Ms. Zerrin, who has French nationality, says her request will undoubtedly be delayed now that so many migrants and refugees are arriving with housing demands.

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  9. For many Europeans, doubts about widening the welcome to refugeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2015 | Christian Science Monitor

    Lamia Zerrin has been living in a tent with her two small children at Republique square since the end of July because private housing is too expensive and she can't get any answers from the state on a public housing request she submitted in 2009. Ms. Zerrin, who has French nationality, says her request will undoubtedly be delayed now that so many migrants and refugees are arriving with housing demands.

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  10. Barter markets boom in cash-strapped GreeceRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2015 | South China Morning Post

    Mermix founder Christos Stamatis sits in his office in Lamia, Greece. A rising number of Greeks in rural areas are swapping goods and services in cashless transactions since the government shut down banks on June 28 for three weeks.

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  11. Hay for cheese? Barter booms in cash-squeezed rural GreeceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2015 | Rediff.com

    Squeezed on all sides, the 41-year-old farmer began informal bartering to get around the cash crunch. He now pays some of his workers in kind with his clover crop and exchanges equipment with other farmers instead of buying or renting machinery.

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  12. RPT-Hay for cheese? Barter booms in cash-squeezed rural GreeceRead the original story

    Jul 30, 2015 | Reuters

    Wild boar and power cuts were Greek cotton farmer Mimis Tsakanikas' biggest worries until a bank shutdown last month left him stranded without cash to pay suppliers, and his customers without money to pay him. Squeezed on all sides, the 41-year-old farmer began informal bartering to get around the cash crunch.

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  13. Morning Bid Europe-Greece - Trading downRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 29, 2015 | AlertNet

    The Greeks are one of the world's ancient trading nations. Together with the Phoenicians, they traded wine, olive oil, wheat and dye across the Aegean and the eastern Mediterranean for centuries.

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