Rouvikonas raid on Defense Ministry fuels security concerns

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The latest raid by members of the increasingly active anarchist group Rouvikonas (Rubicon) on Friday targeted the premises of the Defense Ministry in northern Athens, fueling concerns about security at key government offices and provoking vehement criticism from the political opposition. 

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Suffocation

Is there a single person out there, a citizen of this country, who can honestly say they feel proud of this land? Virtually every Greek citizen feels sadness, shame, disappointment and anger about their homeland, and this is a uniquely disastrous accomplishment.

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Suffocation

NIKOS VATOPOULOS

Is there a single person out there, a citizen of this country, who can honestly say they feel proud of this land? Virtually every Greek citizen feels sadness, shame, disappointment and anger about their homeland, and this is a uniquely disastrous accomplishment.

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LIFE Interview Joan Didion with her husband and daughter in their home in Malibu, California. [John Bryson]

An affair with a love letter, ‘Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold’

IOANNIS PAPPOS *

US-based Greek writer Ioannis Pappos dives into the highly anticipated and recently launched documentary, “Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold,” and discusses with its creator, actor and director Griffin Dunne, this “love letter” to his “Aunt Joan,” how was it growing up within such a zeitgeist-influencing family, and the world today through those Didion dark glasses.

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Laurel Halo | Athens | November 18

On her latest album, “Dust,” US-born, Berlin-based electronica artist Laurel Halo blends Latin and jazz into techno and ambient beats. Joined by drummer Eli Kaszler, Halo will be performing at St Paul's Anglican Church in Athens on Saturday, November 18.