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The latest chapter in the history of corruption in Greek politics could be called "A bribery attempt through the lens of a camera watch."...

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The first act of the Greek presidential election drama was so predictable that if it was played in an actual theater, the audience would...

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After the announcement of the presidential election by the Greek coalition and the political upheaval that followed, some European Union officials expressed opinions that...

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A poor, plastic, unimaginative Christmas manger placed in Omonoia Square in Athens reflects the sad mood of austerity-stricken citizens and a city ravaged by...

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Well, it is official: The Greek coalition government will not be able to elect the President of the Hellenic Republic from the present parliament...

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The nominee for President of the Hellenic Republic was the talk of the day, or wait a minute, it was the 12.78% plunge of...

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The Republic of Cyprus is entering into an unpredictable phase in its troublesome history. If the economic crisis was not bad enough, it is...

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Starting today, the Greek coalition government enters a "hot" five-day period in which it has to fight several hard battles on different fronts. The most...

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Since the restoration of democracy in 1974, Greek high school students have become guinea pigs as 22 different Education Ministers - two of them...

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Many times people have questioned me for advocating a mythical revolution. The reality of the matter remains that nothing changes unless people speak out...

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As negotiations between the Troika of international lenders and Greece remain at a standstill, the next day looks bleak. The Greek coalition government may...

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No one seems to hear the bellowing echoes for justice in Cyprus. Ever since the Turkish military invasion of the island in 1974, trapped...