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Apogevmatini was a Greek newspaper that was published nationally for decades until its last owners, the Sarantopoulos family, declared its bankruptcy in November 2010. It was at 12 in the downtown area of the capital city of Athens. The newspaper was founded by the Botsis family in the 20th century. It had a semi-liberal approach to the economy and traditionally had right-wing sympathies.

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  • Apogevmatini was a Greek newspaper that was published nationally for decades until its last owners, the Sarantopoulos family, declared its bankruptcy in November 2010. It was at 12 in the downtown area of the capital city of Athens. The newspaper was founded by the Botsis family in the 20th century. It had a semi-liberal approach to the economy and traditionally had right-wing sympathies.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper that was published nationally for decades until its last owners, the Sarantopoulos family, declared its bankruptcy in November 2010. It was at 12 in the downtown area of the capital city of Athens. The newspaper was founded by the Botsis family in the 20th century. It had a semi-liberal approach to the economy and traditionally had right-wing sympathies.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper that was published nationally for decades until its last owners, the Sarantopoulos family, declared its bankruptcy in November 2010. It's headquarters was at 12 Feidiou Street in the downtown area of the capital city of Athens. The newspaper was founded by the Botsis family in 1952. It had a semi-liberal approach to the economy and traditionally had right-wing political orientation.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper that was published nationally for decades until its last owners, the Sarantopoulos family, declared its bankruptcy in November 2010. Its headquarters were located in Athens. The newspaper was founded by Nasos and Sakis Botsis in 1952. It had a semi-liberal approach towards the economy and traditionally a right-wing political orientation.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper published nationally in Athens. The newspaper was founded by Nasos and Sakis Botsis in 1952. It had a semi-liberal approach towards the economy and traditionally a right-wing political orientation. In 2010 the Sarantopoulos family, then owners, declared the newspaper bankrupt.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper published nationally in Athens. The newspaper was founded by Nasos and Sakis Botsis in 1952. It had a semi-liberal approach towards the economy and traditionally a right-wing political orientation. In 2010 the Sarantopoulos family, thw the pwners of the title, declared the newspaper bankrupt.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper published nationally in Athens. The newspaper was founded by Nasos and Sakis Botsis in 1952. It had a semi-liberal approach towards the economy and traditionally a right-wing political orientation. In 2010 the Sarantopoulos family, the then owners of the title, declared the newspaper bankrupt.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper published nationally in Athens. The newspaper was founded by Nasos and Sakis Botsis in 1952. It had a semi-liberal approach towards the economy and a right-wing political orientation. In 2010 the Sarantopoulos family, the then owners of the title, declared the newspaper bankrupt.
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  • Apogevmatini was a Greek newspaper that was published nationally for decades until its last owners, the Sarantopoulos family, declared its bankruptcy in November 2010. It was at 12 in the downtown area of the capital city of Athens. The newspaper was founded by the Botsis family in the 20th century. It had a semi-liberal approach to the economy and traditionally had right-wing sympathies.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper that was published nationally for decades until its last owners, the Sarantopoulos family, declared its bankruptcy in November 2010. It was at 12 in the downtown area of the capital city of Athens. The newspaper was founded by the Botsis family in the 20th century. It had a semi-liberal approach to the economy and traditionally had right-wing sympathies.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper that was published nationally for decades until its last owners, the Sarantopoulos family, declared its bankruptcy in November 2010. It's headquarters was at 12 Feidiou Street in the downtown area of the capital city of Athens. The newspaper was founded by the Botsis family in 1952. It had a semi-liberal approach to the economy and traditionally had right-wing political orientation.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper that was published nationally for decades until its last owners, the Sarantopoulos family, declared its bankruptcy in November 2010. Its headquarters were located in Athens. The newspaper was founded by Nasos and Sakis Botsis in 1952. It had a semi-liberal approach towards the economy and traditionally a right-wing political orientation.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper published nationally in Athens. The newspaper was founded by Nasos and Sakis Botsis in 1952. It had a semi-liberal approach towards the economy and traditionally a right-wing political orientation. In 2010 the Sarantopoulos family, then owners, declared the newspaper bankrupt.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper published nationally in Athens. The newspaper was founded by Nasos and Sakis Botsis in 1952. It had a semi-liberal approach towards the economy and traditionally a right-wing political orientation. In 2010 the Sarantopoulos family, thw the pwners of the title, declared the newspaper bankrupt.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper published nationally in Athens. The newspaper was founded by Nasos and Sakis Botsis in 1952. It had a semi-liberal approach towards the economy and traditionally a right-wing political orientation. In 2010 the Sarantopoulos family, the then owners of the title, declared the newspaper bankrupt.
  • Apogevmatini (Greek: Απογευματινή) was a Greek newspaper published nationally in Athens. The newspaper was founded by Nasos and Sakis Botsis in 1952. It had a semi-liberal approach towards the economy and a right-wing political orientation. In 2010 the Sarantopoulos family, the then owners of the title, declared the newspaper bankrupt.
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