SPECIAL REPORT

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FIRST-HAND ACCOUNT

A year after a failed attempt by thousands of undocumented migrants and refugees to force their way into Greece through its northeastern land border with Turkey, the Evros frontier has evolved into an almost impenetrable European fortress.


CIA station chief Richard Welch was gunned down in front of his wife and his driver after exiting this car to open the gate to his Athens home when returning from a party at the US ambassador’s residence.
IN-DEPTH

In December 1975, the death of a “non-random” American employee of the US Embassy in Athens triggered the subsequent development of Greek terrorism.


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SPECIAL REPORT

Kathimerini visited the Sotiria Hospital in the northern Athenian suburb of Holargos for a glimpse into what goes on during a shift at the Covid-19 clinic.

 






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SPECIAL REPORT

It was 9.30 a.m. on July 22, 2013, when the president of the three-judge Felony Appeal Court in Thessaloniki, northern Greece, called the head of the Spanish organized crime division to the stand to testify as the only witness in the prosecution of Lasha Shushanashvili.