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How the Greeks invented the modern idea of us as human beings

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On TV, in museums, on the stage – Hellenic culture is all the rage because it still speaks to us, says Boyd Tonkin. And far from being exclusive or historical, it lies at the heart of modern Western values, showing to us 'our best selves'

By Boyd Tonkin, The Independent

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Hellenic Seaplanes: Greece will become the Riviera of Europe.

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In May of 2013 a new bill passed for the “Creation of a Development Friendly Environment for Strategic and Private Investments” that removes bureaucratic obstacles and boosts private investments in Greece through a strategic investment procedure (known as ''Fast Track''). The new bill now includes a specific framework for the operation of seaplane terminals and water aerodromes in Greece, giving operators and investors alike the green light for setting up seaplane operations to serve Greece’s islands, coastal cities, resorts and lakes throughout Greece.

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Tsipras in Berlin: Germany and Greece Pledge “Cooperation” in Imposing Austerity

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By Johannes Stern, Global Research

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras made his first official trip to Germany yesterday. As is customary for such visits, Tsipras was received with full military honors in Berlin. Together with Chancellor Angela Merkel, he reviewed an honor guard from the Bundeswehr (Armed Forces). Subsequently, the two held a joint press conference, followed by an evening dinner.

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Greece the only villain in euro crisis? Don't believe it!

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By Lisa Tripp, CNN

Europe is in the midst of a political and economic crisis that threatens to unravel decades of European integration and derail the world's recovery from the great recession. To understand this crisis, let's compare two countries.

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Why Tsipras needs to turn on the charm with Merkel

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Nefeli Agkyridou, special to CNBC.com

Optimism has made a welcome return to the negotiations surrounding Greece's financial future. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras left a top-level meeting of heads of state in Brussels last Friday saying he was hopeful about his country's future.

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