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Former Greek PM G-Pap’s 89 Year Old Mother Said To Have $700 Million In Swiss Bank Account

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123 (40)by Tyler Durden

Mon, 12/03/2012 – 08:26

There was a time when Swiss bank secrecy was the passion of every tax-challenged oligarch in the world. Then things changed, Obama made it s badge of honor to rat out anyone you know who has a bank account in Zurich or Geneva, lists of previously ultra-secret account holders started «leaking» and from an asset, Swiss bank accounts promptly became a liability to everyone involved.

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Paradigm shift in Turkey-EU relations

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Europe is suffering from domestic challenges, identity problems, politicians trapped in short-term visions and shallow thinking

By Muhittin Ataman, Daily Sabah

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Erasing History: The Genocide Turkey Prefers You Forget

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By  CBN News

Tuesday, people around the world gathered and demonstrated in commemoration of the 1.5 million Armenians killed in a genocide committed against them by the Ottoman Empire 103 years ago. 

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Erasing History: The Genocide Turkey Prefers You Forget

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By  CBN News

Tuesday, people around the world gathered and demonstrated in commemoration of the 1.5 million Armenians killed in a genocide committed against them by the Ottoman Empire 103 years ago. 

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How President Erdogan Is Turning Turkey Into Putin's Russia

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By SONER CAGAPTAY, TIME 

As Turkey gears up for snap elections on June 24, the country’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan faces a problem: Turkish society is profoundly polarized
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Can wine help save Greece's Santorini from too much tourism?

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By Adrian Mourby, CNN

Santorini's sweeping caldera, sunset cruises, picturesque blue-domed churches and whitewashed vacation cottages carved into a 300-meter cliff have made it an unstoppable success story among the islands of Greece.
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Democracy to triumph in Turkey despite Austria, Netherlands and others

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By Ozan Ceyhun, Daily Sabah

Apparently being an EU member does not prevent breaching EU values as the latest statements of Austria and the Netherlands have proven. I am sure several other countries will also jump on the value-breaching wagon soon. I truly wonder if they actually have a full understanding of the democratic process.

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Turkey’s final election

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By NURAY MERT, Hurriyet Daily News

Parliament has now approved the snap election call of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, and June 24 is set to be Turkey’s “final election.” It is not just me defining it as such, it is ruling party politicians and their supporters in the media who stress that the vote will no “ordinary” election but a definitive moment to change the entire system.

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It’s time to drum increasingly authoritarian Turkey out of NATO

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By DAVID A. WELCH, SPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization – better known as NATO – was originally founded in 1949, as founding secretary-general Lord Ismay famously put it, “to keep the Soviet Union out, the Americans in, and the Germans down.” Since then, it has grown from 12 to 29 members and is universally considered the most successful military alliance in history.

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