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Released migrants face new uncertain start
By Yiannis Papadopoulos
It’s a Wednesday afternoon when the white bus pulls up at Omonia Square in downtown Athens. First to step off are two policemen, followed by 30 passengers, most of whom soon disappear into the streets of the city. But one man stands on the sidewalk, hesitating.
 INSIDE COMMUNITY
For African migrants, trek to Europe brings risk, heartbreak
VELES, FYROM – This is the moment when Sandrine Koffi's dream of a new life in Europe ended — and her nightmare of an infant lost ...
What a life: The world’s most traveled man, who’s been to all 195 countries
“The trip to the South Pole was not the most extraordinary experience of my life, but it had to be done. In the same way that peop...
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Jewish leaders in Greece want Germany to pay more in reparations – with 7 decades of interest
It was 1943 and the Nazis were deporting Greece's Jews to death camps in Poland. Hitler's genocidal accountants reserved a chillin...
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Greece’s German-built money hall reveals unity, divide over euro
Greece’s German-built money hall reveals unity, divide over euro A reminder of why the Greeks and Germans are lashed together in a...
ActionAid publishes social experiment ahead of anti-racism day [Video]
As the world marks International Day for the Elimination of Racism on Saturday, the Greek branch of NGO ActionAid has released the...
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Victimhood culture spawns Greek anti-Semitism, study finds
A large number of Greeks have limited awareness of the Holocaust or even hold anti-Semitic views, according to a new survey which ...
Migrants face a new uncertain start after release
It’s a Wednesday afternoon when the white bus pulls up at Omonia Square in downtown Athens. First to step off are two policemen, f...
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Hair transplant journey points to Greece as rising medical destination
 
Kuwaiti national Khaled Al Said had his first hair transplant in Athens two years ago, following exhaustive research carried out over a period of four years.

Greek Jews remember transport to Nazi death camps
 
Residents of Greeces second-largest city on Sunday placed flowers on train tracks and inside old cattle wagons in solemn remembrance of nearly 50,000 local Jews who were transported to Nazi death camps during World War II.
 
COMMENT
STUDENT SUICIDE
Vangelis's final lament
By Pantelis Boukalas
Bullies. Tormentors. Tyrants. Tough guys. Chest-beating cowards. They have always been around and it looks like they’re not going away any time soon.
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DETENTION CENTERS
Released migrants face new uncertainty
By Yiannis Papadopoulos
Tariq El Zorkany is 28 years old and claims to be from Egypt. He is one of the 300 irregular migrants and asylum seekers released from the migrant detention facilities of Amygdaleza, Elliniko, Xanthi and Paranesti.
LIFE
ESTATE
Wine lover's paradise on Mt Vertsikos
By Tassoula Eptakili
The vineyard is at an altitude of 620 meters and enjoys an ideal climate: cold winters, fresh springs and moderate summers.
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