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Sunday's Greek elections had more than one winner. In fact, several winners emerged from the ballot, some completely unexpected. SYRIZA scored the first victory of...

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By Gregory T. Papanikos* Germany has sent the message that a Greek exit from the eurozone might be the lesser of two evils. It has...

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Politics and journalism are intertwined; this is certain. The saying "journalism can take you anywhere as long as you quit early" is also true....

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Aristophanes, the great ancient Greek satirist, would have a field day if he was alive today and could observe the current political situation in...

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This is an article, sent to Greek Reporter by Atta-Ul Naseer, an Imam & National President Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Greece, condemning the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris and calling it "an attack to humanity."

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The January 25 elections are considered the most important in modern Greek history. Then again, a look back in previous elections will show that...

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Antonis Samaras has some great allies in his election campaign; allies that he would have to spend tons of money to buy if he...

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Threatening howls have risen from the halls of “united” Europe at the announcement of snap general elections in Greece, scheduled for January 25, 2015, – elections which, most likely, will bring to power the populist left-wing SYRIZA party.

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Many people would make New Year’s resolutions, but hardly any of them will be kept or come to fruition. One may say, “so...

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  Among the ashes of despair, there is always a glimmer of hope that the day will come when common sense will prevail and stop the burning...

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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...