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Antenna: News in English, 96-12-18

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News in English, of 13/12/1996


  • President Clinton's commitment to resolving Greek- Turkish differences and the Cyprus issue***.
  • How popular are the parties? All the numbers from the first poll since the election***.
  • And, Antenna and its viewers put books into the hands of children***.


US president Bill Clinton says he is determined to help resolve Greek- Turkish differences and the Cyprus issue during his second term.


The farmers' protests, now in their third week, have attracted the attention of the media around the world.

CNN asked Antenna's New York correspondent, Alexandra Spiridaki, about the farmers' and the government's tough economic policies.


The first major poll on voter preferences carried out since the national elections in September show that the two main parties are in a slump.

The MRB survey shows that Pasok and New Democracy are pretty much where they are when they last major survey was carried out BEFORE the election.


The new Miss World, Irini Skliva, is back in Greece for the holidays, before she begins her rigorous one-year reign as the world's most beautiful woman. Her itinerary will be packed with a number of appearances at events in aid of children with special needs.

And, as she prepares to dive into her assignments, Irini got some sage advice from the president of Greece.


Antenna television recently said a big "thanks" to its viewers for their show of Christmas generosity.

Antenna sponsored a book drive to get books to children in remote parts of Greece, but also to Greek kids living abroad.


Kostas Simitis's ability to take command of Pasok and lead Pasok to a general election victory left some of New Democracy's top members determined to oust party leader Miltiades Evert.


It's Christmas time and offering comes a lot in our mind, especially in those holy days of love.

Antenna's Maria Papapanagiotou went to a shelter for elderly people, where volunteers work to take care of people in need.

© ANT1-Radio 1996

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