"NEW FILES" in HD

  • Catch me if you can: part two

    Catch me if you can: part two

    The New Files present the second part of a three-month investigation into the mechanisms of fraud and the obstacles, with which state agencies are faced in their combat with mass tax-evasion in Greece. Correspondent Tasos Telloglou and producer Marianna Kakaounaki put what has been dubbed as the most serious modern Greek crime under the microscope in a two-part investigation under the telling title "Catch me if you can".

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  • Catch me if you can: part one

    Catch me if you can: part one

     The New Files present a three month investigation into the mechanisms of fraud and the obstacles, with which state agencies are faced in their combat with mass tax-evasion in Greece. Correspondent Tasos Telloglou and producer Marianna Kakaounaki put what has been dubbed as the most serious modern Greek crime under the microscope in a two-part investigation under the telling title "Catch me if you can".

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  • Greece's eclusive economic zones

    Greece's eclusive economic zones

    Prime Minister of Greece Lucas Papademos, former PM George Papandreou and leading opposition leader Antonis Samaras have all called for the acceleration of oil and gas exploration in the Greek seas. Correspondent Sofia Papaioannou investigates the status quo, political efforts and diplomatic background of something many have called Greece's only hope for such explorations to go forward: the establishment of Greece's exclusive economic zones (EEZ) with its neighbouring countries.  

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  • A Cypriot recipe for success

    A Cypriot recipe for success

    With Cyprus' current explanatory offshore drilling some say the energy map of the region may change forever. Correspondent Sofia Papaioannou travels to Cyprus to investigate what's the history behind this current global success and how the architects of this momentum in Cyprus are advising Greece to proceed in its long-anticipated efforts for oil and gas exploration.    

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  • The first out of thousands

    The first out of thousands

    How did the Greek government decide to slash state jobs by 30.000? When did the foreign auditors first introduce the idea? And what happens once Tasos Telloglou decides to take a close look at one public company on the way to implementing the controversial measure? On Monday November 21, Tasos Telloglou and the New Files sit down with employees on the way to have their salary reduced by 60% as a part of a grande state scheme that was recently voted as well as with the officials who negotiated the scheme with the troika officials and are responsible for its implementation even in the most sensitive sectors of the state, such as the public defense industry. &#...

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