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The Greek parliament Wednesday lifted the immunity of four more Golden Dawn (GD) legislators who face charges for participating in a criminal organisation, as the crackdown against the ultra-right party continues.
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Greece`s Parliament on Wednesday lifted the legal immunity of three MPs from the Golden Dawn neo-Nazi party who are facing charges of belonging to a criminal organisation.
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The Greek parliament has voted to adopt a law that provides for the dismissal of 15,000 civil servants as part of austerity measures imposed by the country's international creditors.
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Greek lawmakers will vote this weekend on a controversial austerity bill that Athens needs to avoid a messy default but which is fuelling a domestic political and social crisis that has brought thousands of Greeks out on the streets in protest.
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Safe haven German government bond futures reversed gains on news of progress in the talks, while the euro also rose against the dollar.
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A Greek austerity budget setting out tough deficit goals passed through parliament early today as European leaders came under mounting pressure to tame the eurozone's burgeoning debt crisis.
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Greek party leaders have agreed on house speaker Filippos Petsalnikos to head the country's new coalition government, barring any last-minute changes.
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The Greek parliament approved a painful set of austerity measures on Thursday, defying violent protests in central Athens and a general strike which shut down much of the country.
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Greek lawmakers gave on Wednesday initial approval for an austerity law cutting wages and hiking taxes, crucial for the country to receive a next batch of bailout funds and avoid bankruptcy.
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An explosive device went off outside the Greek Parliament in Athens on Saturday, but no one was injured and no damage was immediately reported, police said.
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