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New Immunity Provisions Cast Doubt on Greece’s Efforts to Fight Corruption

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ATHENS — The omnibus bill, more than 100 pages long and titled “Measures of Support and Growth for the Greek Economy,” won passage here in the middle of the night in March, as Parliament raced to meet a deadline set by Greece’s creditors.

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Why did the Greek-Cypriot Administration suspend negotiations?

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By Cemil Ertem, Daily Sabah

First things first, I need to say that the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham's (ISIS) attack on Kobani - also known as Ayn al-Arab, the recent turmoil in Turkey's streets and the Greek Cypriot administration's withdrawal from the ongoing peace negotiations are all driven by the same motive. On Tuesday, Greek Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades announced that their government suspended peace talks regarding the reunification of the ethnically divided island after Turkey sent a battleship to monitor oil and gas exploration missions off the shore of Cyprus.

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Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou Speaks At Winston Center Event

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by Andrew Skaras, The Heights

Whether it is containing the spread of Ebola or combating economic crises, international organizations could play a critical role in solving society’s greatest difficulties, but instead often force countries to face them alone, said George Papandreou, former prime minister of Greece, at Boston College yesterday afternoon in Robsham Theater, as a speaker in the Winston Center on Leadership and Ethics’ Clough Colloquium.

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Greek government to face confidence vote on Friday

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Athens (dpa) - Greece‘s coalition government will face a crucial confidence vote on Friday, amid growing calls from the main opposition far-left SYRIZA party for snap elections.