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36 Hours in Athens

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After years of dreadful press that defined Athens as a broken-down capital prone to fiery riots, the city’s self-confidence and creativity are stirring again. Enterprising young fashion and graphic designers are opening shops celebrating the classic lines of ancient Greece and the anarchic wit of modern times. 

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Can Turkey be trusted?

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By Andreas C Chrysafis, Author – Writer – Artist

Dressed in black and with faces hidden, a dark evil force has arrived in our midst to instill fear and brutality the world has not experienced since medieval times. It is purely driven by a religious frenzy brainwashed and consumed by an insatiable anti-western hatred.

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Amal Alamuddin arrives in Greece to advise government on return of Elgin Marbles from UK

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By Ella Alexander, The Independent

Amal Alamuddin arrived in Athens with husband George Clooney today to advise the Greek government on how to repatriate the ancient Elgin Marbles statues from Britain.

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Mosaic uncovered in northern Greece could mark royal Macedonian tomb

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Archaeologists excavating Amphipolis site have discovered an intricate, and largely intact, floor mosaic dating back to 300BC

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