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The Scottish referendum and Cyprus

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Letter to British Prime Minister, David Cameron

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Is Turkey Drifting Between ISIS & Putin?

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By Andreas Akaras*, The Huffington Post

Today, liberty is threatened by a pernicious Islamic extremism and by a resurgent Russian nationalism. NATO member Turkey is at the front lines of both of these conflicts. 

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Who's Buried In The 'Magnificent' Tomb From Ancient Greece?

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by Joanna Kakissis, NPR

Early last month, on a hill outside a tiny, windy village of almond and tobacco farmers in northeastern Greece, veteran archaeologist Katerina Peristeri announced that she and her team had discovered what is believed to be the biggest tomb in Greece.

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Fearing political crisis, Greece plots escape from bailout

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Reuters

Four years after a messy descent into emergency funding to stave off bankruptcy, Greece's government is trying to pull the plug on a deeply unpopular bailout program to secure its own survival.

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Savage Deregulation: Further Censorship and Crackdowns in Greek Media

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By Michael Nevradakis, Truthout

This is the second in a series of articles that will chronicle the long history of corruption, lawlessness, and censorship in Greece's media and journalism landscapes.