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Greek state workers strike against job cuts

Greek doctors, prison staff and other state workers went on strike on Wednesday to protest against public sector firings imposed as part of the country's 240 billion euro international bailout.
eKathimerini: July 9, 2014

Amnesty: EU migration policies put lives and rights at risk

In a revealing indicator of relative priorities, the EU gave Greece nearly €207m to protect its external borders between 2007 and 2013, but only €22m on improving the situation for asylum-seekers and refugees over the same period
Enet: July 9, 2014

Greece 'sets an example' on defence spending, NATO secretary general says

NATO's secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen praised Greece for the fact that along with the United States, the United Kingdom and recently Estonia
July 9, 2014

International tourist arrivals up 17.1% in first half

International arrivals increased 17.1 percent or by 760,000 in the first six months of the year, boding well for the achievement of the Greek Tourism Enterprises Association (SETE) target for 19 million international arrivals in 2014.
July 9, 2014

Konstantinos Stafylidis: Fulham sign Greece international on loan

Fulham have signed Greece international left-back Konstantinos Stafylidis on a season-long loan from Bayer Leverkusen.
BBC: July 9, 2014

Olympiakos bid for Odjidja-Ofoe

The Greek champions have made a bid for the midfielder of Ghanaian descent who has been with Brugge for close to five years July 9, 2014

Monaco's N'Dinga back on loan at Olympiakos

Monaco's Congolese international midfielder Delvin N'Dinga has been loaned for a second season to Greek champions Olympiakos, the Ligue 1 runners-up confirmed.
AFP: July 9, 2014

Greece to open order books for three-year bond -sources

Greece will start taking orders from investors for a three-year bond later on Wednesday or on Thursday, two sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
Reuters: July 9, 2014

EU regulators approve overhaul of Greece's Alpha Bank

European Union state aid regulators cleared on Wednesday the restructuring of Greece's Alpha Bank by downsizing its international operations, saying it would ensure the lender's viability.
Reuters: July 9, 2014

Greek deflation slows down in June

Greek consumer prices fell 1.1 percent in June, with the annual pace of deflation decelerating from a 2 percent fall in prices in May, data from the country's statistics service showed on Wednesday.
Reuters: July 9, 2014