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The Greek tragedy in the European Union

The Greek tragedy in the European Union

The resurrection of Germany comes with increasing unease in the rest of Europe as the future of Greece is questioned.

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Euroskeptics and Latin leftists applaud Greek referendum

Euroskeptics and Latin leftists applaud Greek referendum

"The EU is dying before our eyes," crowed British Euro-skeptic Nigel Farage.

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How fraud and tax evasion led to catastrophe in Greece

How fraud and tax evasion led to catastrophe in Greece

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EU to use military to stop immigration

EU to use military to stop immigration

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On a day like today: New Barcelona of the Balkans

On a day like today: New Barcelona of the Balkans

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Fearful of Muslim violence, Greece to build a taxpayer-funded mosque

Fearful of Muslim violence, Greece to build a taxpayer-funded mosque

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Greece: anti-immigrant sentiment explodes

Greece: anti-immigrant sentiment explodes

In southern Greece, 28 Bangladeshi migrant workers were shot by farmers who had refused to pay six months' wages.

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Luxembourg: Prime Minister sees war clouds looming in Europe

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The Balkans' EU aspirations: inclusion, exclusion and faith

The Balkans' EU aspirations: inclusion, exclusion and faith

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The Dionysian rise of a new cultural paradigm

The Dionysian rise of a new cultural paradigm

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Saint of the Day: Demetrius, Great Martyr

Saint of the Day: Demetrius, Great Martyr

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Greece: Shopkeepers riot rather than pay taxes

Greece: Shopkeepers riot rather than pay taxes

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Hapless dolphin tries to shake octopus hitch-hiker

Hapless dolphin tries to shake octopus hitch-hiker

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Dutch premier Rutte thinks Greek credit is good, even in case of bankruptcy

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Neo-Nazi goes ape on TV

Neo-Nazi goes ape on TV

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The death of King Rhesus of Thrace: A Homeric example of military incompetence

The death of King Rhesus of Thrace: A Homeric example of military incompetence

Special forces operators can learn lessons learned by the ancient Greeks, from nearly 4,000 years ago.

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An invalid Spanish economy fears catching the Greek flu

An invalid Spanish economy fears catching the Greek flu

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Christian church attacked in Libya

Christian church attacked in Libya

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The second battle of Thermopylae: 279 BC

The second battle of Thermopylae: 279 BC

Just 200 years after the heroic and fatal stand of Leonidas and his 300 Spartans against an onslaught from Persia, Greece would again face down invaders bent on destruction.

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Remembering America's contribution to Greek Independence

Remembering America's contribution to Greek Independence

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Psychological operations at work: Salamis,  480 BC

Psychological operations at work: Salamis, 480 BC

It was at the island of Salamis that the marine forces of the Greek city-states met their Persian oppressors in battle. It was thus that the West won its very right to exist.

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The origins of ancient Greek warfare

The origins of ancient Greek warfare

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First Homer encyclopedia brings epic poetry and ancient Greece to life

First Homer encyclopedia brings epic poetry and ancient Greece to life

Tel Aviv University researcher sheds light on Homer's reception in the Western, Jewish and Arabic worlds.

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On a day like today: conference to mark the battle of Milvian Bridge

On a day like today: conference to mark the battle of Milvian Bridge

At the Battle of Milvian Bridge, Constantine had his victory and so began a long-standing relationship between Church and state.

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Greece Approves Debt Write-Down Deal

The Greek parliament has approved a bond swap that would wipe 107 billion euros ($142 billion) off the country's privately held debt.

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Greece, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia agree to fresh UN-mediated talks

Representatives of Greece and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have agreed to a fresh round of United Nations-mediated talks to resolve their long-running dispute over the official name of the latter country.

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The Swerve: book review

The Swerve: book review

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France to criminalize denial of the Armenian Genocide

France to criminalize denial of the Armenian Genocide

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Russia: Sacred Belt of the Virgin arrives in Russia

Russia: Sacred Belt of the Virgin arrives in Russia

The precious relic of the Virgin Mary left the monastic enclosure of Mount Athos in northern Greece for first time and arrived in St. Petersburg for a tour of Russia. One of the most prized relics for Orthodox.

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Saint of the Day: Paraskeva, Virgin and Martyr

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Thousands March In Greece Ahead Of Austerity Vote

Some 20,000 demonstrators gathered in front of the Greek parliament as legislators prepared to hold a vote on a new austerity plan later in the day.

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Thousands March In Greece Amid General Strike Over Austerity Measures

Tens of thousands of people have been marching in cities throughout Greece to protest against new austerity measures that parliament is preparing to vote through this week.

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