A man watches share price data displayed on an electronic board at the Athens Stock Exchange (ASE), which closed 13.42 percent down after Britain voted to leave the European Union.

Greek PM urges Europe to return to more humane roots

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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Friday said that the result of Thursday’s British referendum on continued European Union membership came as no suprise given the “extreme policies of austerity that have deepened inequalities between the countries of the North and South and within EU states themselves.” 

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The British on Thursday voted to leave the European Union. A Brexit would have significant economic, social and political consequences for Greece, both short- and long-term. More worrying, it could open the way for a new round of speculation about a possible Grexit.

NEWS Politics A man watches share price data displayed on an electronic board at the Athens Stock Exchange (ASE), which closed 13.42 percent down after Britain voted to leave the European Union.

Greek PM urges Europe to return to more humane roots

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Friday said that the result of Thursday’s British referendum on continued European Union membership came as no suprise given the “extreme policies of austerity that have deepened inequalities between the countries of the North and South and within EU states themselves.” 

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Brexit and the weakest link

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Pythagoras said that a number rules the universe. For Brexiters, this number, is 1,269,501: the number of voters who gave a clear win to the “Leave” camp.

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Gifts of Poseidon | Athens | To July 23

The Blender Gallery in Glyfada presents “Gifts of Poseidon,” an exhibition of works by New-York based artists Philip Tsiaras and Dionisios Fragias and fashion photographer Nikos Nikolaou.