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[RetroNews]How everything started - Beware of Greeks Bearing Bonds Part IV

5 Day 1,639, 06:46 Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Social interactions and entertainment Social interactions and entertainment

This turned out to be the winning strategy: exchanging the lake, which generated no rents, for government-owned properties that did. Somehow the monks convinced government officials that the land around the lake was worth far more than the 55

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[RetroNews]How everything started - Beware of Greeks Bearing Bonds Part III

4 Day 1,638, 02:03 Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Social interactions and entertainment Social interactions and entertainment

That changed on October 4 of last year, when the Greek government turned over. A scandal felled the last government and sent Prime Minister Kostas Karamanlis packing, which perhaps is not surprising. What’s surprising was the nature of the scandal.

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17 Day 1,635, 14:38 Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Social interactions and entertainment Social interactions and entertainment

This article should /will GO in TOP International o/ :)

Brothers Turk capital Aegean Coast has no direct connection with others resources anymore so they are left just with :

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[RetroNews]How everything started - Beware of Greeks Bearing Bonds Part II

10 Day 1,634, 10:44 Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Social interactions and entertainment Social interactions and entertainment

And They Invented Math!
The morning after I landed I walked over to see the Greek minister of finance, George Papaconstantinou, whose job it is to sort out this fantastic mess. Athens somehow manages to be bright white and grubby at the same time.

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[RetroNews]How everything started - Beware of Greeks Bearing Bonds Part I

15 Day 1,633, 11:27 Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Social interactions and entertainment Social interactions and entertainment

After an hour on a plane, two in a taxi, three on a decrepit ferry, and then four more on buses driven madly along the tops of sheer cliffs by Greeks on cell phones, I rolled up to the front door of the vast and remote monastery. The spit of land

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