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  1. European Commission funds LIFE ClayGlass projectRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Recycling Today

    The European Commission has selected Spain-based LIFE ClayGlass from a field of 743 entries as a pilot project for the LIFE + Program after a 2012 call for entries. According to the LIFE ClayGlass consortium, the project will be the first to use recycled glass as a fluxing agent in the manufacture of stoneware and bricks, and it will reduce the environmental impacts produced by the structural ceramics industry.

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  2. Your Favorite NetBeans FeaturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2014 | NetBeans News Highlights

    Over many months, NetBeans users around the world have been sharing their five favorite NetBeans features via articles on DZone. The continually growing list of contributors is below, together with a shortened bio , a key quote from the article, a summary of their favorite features, and a link to the details provided by the article itself.

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  3. Cosmote Greece rolls out 300Mbps LTE-A in Athens and ThessalonikiRead the original story

    Tuesday | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    As previously reported by TeleGeography's CommsUpdate, Cosmote Greece piloted -A technology in November last year following its acquisition of frequencies in the 800MHz and 2600MHz spectrums . According to a press release from the cellco, it is 'making full use of the spectrum at its disposal' and will soon bring -A to 'even more areas of the country' under the '4G+' banner.

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  4. Ancient site of Philippi unveils candidature for UNESCO listRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | EKathimerini

    The candidature of the ancient site of Philippi in eastern Macedonia, northern Greece, for UNESCO's World Heritage List was revealed at the B&M Theocharakis Foundation in Athens on Monday. The international organization's list includes 17 Greek sites, among them the Acropolis of Athens.

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  5. Greece's bailout extension no panacea for struggling bond marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | EKathimerini

    One week after euro-area finance ministers agreed to extend Greece's bailout, the nation's government bonds are showing no sign of moving above where they were when the anti-austerity Syriza party was elected. Greek 10-year securities held a four-day decline on Tuesday, even after the accord avoided a funding crisis that had threatened to push the nation out of the currency bloc.

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  6. Draghi's QE moves to starting line as economic outlook brightensRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | EKathimerini

    The euro-area economy has taken a step in the right direction. While improving conditions over the past month won't change Mario Draghi's plan to start buying government bonds within days, continued economic recuperation may well stir a debate about when to end them.

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  7. Investor survey shows 38 pct chance of eurozone break-up in 12 monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | EKathimerini

    Investor expectations of the euro zone breaking apart have risen to their highest level in two years, a survey showed on Tuesday, even after Greece agreed a financial lifeline with its euro zone partners. The sentix Euro Break-up Index gave its highest reading since March 2013, with 38 percent of respondents expecting the bloc to break-up in the next 12 months, up from 24.3 percent in January.

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  8. Varoufakis to make six reform proposals at Monday's EurogroupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | EKathimerini

    A'I will go with a file of six reform proposals so we can discuss which ones can be implemented immediately,A' he told Star TV on Monday night. His comment comes after Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem suggested in an interview with the Financial Times that Greece may receive some of its 7.2-billion-euro loan tranche as early as March if it proceeds with reforms.

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  9. Judges indict 21 over Skouries gold mine attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 2 | EKathimerini

    A council of misdemeanor court judges has issued an indictment for 21 suspects to stand trial in connection with an attack on a gold mine in Skouries, Halkidiki, in February 2013. The suspects are to appear in the Thessaloniki criminal court on a string of charges including attempted manslaughter, explosives possession and setting up a criminal organization.

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  10. Egypt names Cuper from Argentina to lead its soccer teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Albany Times Union

    In this Feb. 17, 2010 file photo, former Aris' head coach Hector Cuper of Argentina, gives instructions to his players during a Greek League soccer match in Thessaloniki, Greece. The Egyptian Football Association announced on Monday, March 2, 2015 that they have appointed Cuper as the new manager of its national team.

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  11. Eldorado Gold says Greece blocking construction at Skouries mineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | CBC News

    Protesters march in November 2013 in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki against a gold mining project in Halkidiki peninsula by Canadian company Eldorado Gold Corp. The banner reads 'S.O.S. Halkidiki.' Eldorado Gold says environment officials in Greece have revoked approval for its Greek subsidiary, Hellas Gold S.A., to complete final construction of the processing plant at its Skouries project in northeastern Greece.

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  12. Greece Real Estate Market: New industry data publishedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | PR-inside.com

    A marginally improved macroeconomic outlook, coupled with an upturn in investor activity are the main reasons to be optimistic going into 2014, though we caution that the sector remains plagued by weak demand and falling prices, both of which are several years away from returning to pre-downturn levels. With a focus on the countrys principal cities of Athens, Thessaloniki and Piraeus, the Q114 Greece Real Estate report covers rental market performance in terms of rates and yields across the commercial office, retail and industrial sectors.

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  13. Teaching The Holocaust: New Approaches For A New GenerationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | National Public Radio

    Writer and philosopher Hannah Arendt once wrote that, with the German genocide of European Jews, human history "has known no story more difficult to tell" This year marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau. And the question of the most effective way to educate the next generation about the Holocaust has grown more acute as there are fewer and fewer living survivors.

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  14. Greatest FIBA Games: 1987 Eurobasket Final, Greece- U.S.S.R.Read the original story

    Saturday Feb 28 | Canis Hoopus

    I imagine that this second fanpost about historic FIBA games transform these into a series, as Eric politely asked me to do. As I work as a newswriter, employing my time writing anything else arise in me a mixed feeling of laziness and remorse, so this will be a very discontinued and unreliable series.

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  15. Greece wins deal, breathing space, but made to pay high costRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Green Left Weekly

    Greece's new SYRIZA government submitted its list of proposed economic reforms to the Eurogroup on February 23 as a precondition for its international creditors to approve a four-month loan extension. The deal was signed on February 20. With Greece's existing loan arrangement expiring on February 28 and bankruptcy looming, a last-minute deal was finally agreed after three weeks of intense negotiations.

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  16. Greek selections at the 17th Thessaloniki doc festRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | EKathimerini

    Fifteen years since his landmark film A'Agelastos PetraA' , an emotional 10-year exploration of the impact of industrial activity on the people, environment and antiquities in the working-class coastal town of Elefsina, west of Athens, Greek auteur Filippos Koutsaftis returns with another lyrical film, this time turning his lens on the the myth-filled, bucolic province of Arcadia. A'Hail ArcadiaA' will be screened at the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival as part of the Greek program, which this year features 63 feature and short films.

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  17. A museum in northern Athens is preserving the memories of Asia Minor GreeksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | EKathimerini

    Objects that once belonged to Greeks in Asia Minor often make their way to the Eskici Yusuf antiques store in present-day Izmir. A'Many customers come here to sell Cretan divans, sculpted wood furniture, embroidery, post cards and other relics of a life that came to an abrupt halt,A' the proprietor, Sadan Yusuf Durkan, whose mother hailed from Kavala in northern Greece, told Kathimerini recently.

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  18. Greek hospital patient convicted of racially abusing doctorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Newsday

    A Greek man has been convicted of a racist verbal assault on a Nigerian-born doctor who gave him emergency treatment. A court in the northern town of Kozani on Thursday gave 57-year-old retired bank employee a six-month prison sentence, suspended for three years.

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  19. The Death of Social DemocracyRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Counterpunch

    PARIS, THE NEW NORMAL? - Diana Johnstone files an in-depth report from Paris on the political reaction to the Charlie Hebdo shootings; The Treachery of the Black Political Class: Margaret Kimberley charts the rise and fall of the Congressional Black Caucus; The New Great Game: Pepe Escobar assays the game-changing new alliance between Russia and Turkey; Will the Frackers Go Bust? Joshua Frank reports on how the collapse of global oil prices might spell the end of the fracking frenzy in the Bakken Shale; The Future of the Giraffe: Ecologist Monica Bond reports from Tanzania on the frantic efforts to save one of the world's most iconic species.

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  20. Thessaloniki doc fest returns with tribute to Austrian, Romanian filmmakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | EKathimerini

    Hubert Sauper and Alexandru Solomon are but a couple of the filmmakers heading to this year's Thessaloniki Documentary Festival , according to organizers as they unveiled the lineup of tributes to be screened at the annual international festival in the northern port city, this year from March 13 to 22. Ten years after his Oscar-nominated A'Darwin's Nightmare,A' a riveting film on the fishing industry in Tanzania's Lake Victoria, Sauper last year returned with another political work. In A'We Come as Friends,A' the 49-year-old Austrian filmmaker takes a look at the neocolonialist exploitation of South Sudan in the wake of independence A- and does so flying in his homemade aircraft.

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