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Afghan interpreters of the Greek army appeal for protection
By Filio P. Kontrafouri
A total of five Afghans worked for the Greek OMLT and all of them are in the same position as Rameen today, in the cross hairs of the Taliban, which has threatened reprisals against anyone who collaborated with NATO.
 INSIDE COMMUNITY
Youngsters’ memories of the anti-landfill blockades
It was dawn on December 11, 2010, when the civil defense sirens sounded in Keratea, a small town in southeastern Attica, some 30 k...
Event to promote awareness of tax issues for foreign residents
The General Secretariat of Public Revenue (GSPR), implementing the action «Information Campaign for Residents Abroad and Repatriat...
Thousands of children journey into the unknown
As the people carrier parks at the port of Mytilene on Lesvos in the eastern Aegean, the passengers crack open the curtain to get ...
Slow compensation thwarts fight against antiquity smuggling
Avraam Primoudis tries to keep his footing in the slippery mud. “There are monuments scattered all around,” he says pointing at th...
Childcare foundations buckling under pressure
On December 23 last year, a group of 10 boys from the Hatzikonsta children’s welfare foundation arrived at the Maximos Mansion. On...
New initiative offers support and a helping hand
People who have lost their health insurance and are in urgent need of a doctor, who are struggling with debt and seeking legal adv...
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Case closed over Golden Dawn’s street market raid
On September 8, 2012 a group of black-clad men led by Golden Dawn MP Costas Barbarousis strode into the open-air market at Mesolon...
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Case closed over Golden Dawn’s street market raid
 
None of the foreigners who abandoned their stalls when they saw the Golden Dawn group approaching was found to testify as a victim of assault in the trial. Without civil action, the case was essentially doomed from the get-go.

A phone that's not satisfied just with being smart
 
Fairphone came about in response to growing criticism over the fact that mainstream electronics products, including those sleek cell phones, are produced using minerals which are mined in conflict-riven areas in Central Africa.
 
COMMENTARY
HUNGER STRIKER
Romanos and the dilemma
By Xenia Kounalaki
The “system,” as Romanos likes to say in a derogatory manner, was called upon to decide whether it would show that its humanitarianism is in fact “purported” or whether the principles of our middle-class democracy are foremost based on respect for human rights.
DRAMA THERAPY
PTSD
Sophocles to the rescue
By Christina Sanoudou
The Theater of War program, based in Brooklyn, New York, has presented excerpts of ‘Philoctetes’ and ‘Ajax’ to more than 60,000 US military service members, veterans and their families.
GOLDEN DAWN
MARKET RAID
Case closed
By Yiannis Papadopoulos
None of the foreigners who abandoned their stalls when they saw the Golden Dawn group approaching was found to testify as a victim of assault in the trial. Without civil action, the case was essentially doomed from the get-go.
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