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Cypriots are not fools

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By Andreas C Chrysafis

Cypriots are not fools and should not be treated as such or as idiots. The people are fully aware of the government’s spin trickery attempting to convince politicians to vote in support of a bad law. If approved it will reduce many families into utter poverty and the loss of their homes. The unemployed and the most vulnerable sectors in society will become the first victims of the proposed law if approved by parliament.

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Saving Greece From Within

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Greek Volunteers Manage the Impossible

By Vasilis Georgiou, Huffington Post

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Has Greece forgotten its Olympic legacy?

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By Euronews

Ten years after hosting the Olympic Games, Greece is in the spotlight again.

While some believe the capital Athens benefitted from the Games, images from Hellinikon seem to tell another side to the story.

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Manolada Workers: "No Greek Would Want This Job Anyway"

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By Tamara van der Putten, ROAR Magazine

In the small Greek town of Nea Manolada, the smell of strawberries fills the air. Located in the region of Ilia in the western Peloponnese, a large number of enterprises occupy hundreds of hectares of land for intensive greenhouse cultivation. With a turnover of more than 90 million euros, strawberry production covers the largest part (up to 95%) of the Greek market, while 70% is exported to countries such as Russia, Germany and the UK, among others.