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Gesine Schwan, a member of the Social Democrats (SPD) says '“we should make a financial approach to victims and their families'.
As OFI President Nikos Machlas announced in an unexpected press conference.
While saying Greece should show sensitivity with the matter, prime minister Alexis Tsipras believes the government should seek war reparations from Germany.
Mary Coustas, aka Effie, speaks to Neos Kosmos about the era of pushing the boundaries.
Poor performance in the Greek Cup and the Champions League pushed Olympiakos president Evangelos Marinakis to penalise the team.
Chris Ikonomidis is one of five uncapped players to be picked by Ange Postecoglou for the Socceroos friendly squad against FYROM and Germany.
The Greek state has been ordered to pay more than 82,000 euro in compensation to five men who claim they were mistreated in detention.
State will keep on paying their salaries, Greek government says.
While Euro-area ministers are losing patience with the government of Alexis Tsipras.
South Australia's Chief Justice Chris Kourakis hopes a larger pool of female barristers would lead to more women becoming judges in the future.
Pankoaki Adefotita Kos Club (O Ipprocatis), West Preston Soccer Club (Andagoras) and Essendon United Soccer Club (Kos) all came together for a special tournament.
Greece's unemployment rate has started climbing again.
Owner of the Australian Seafood Fish and Chippery in Coburg, Con Patsiotis is keen to see restaurants and take-away shops introduce country of origin labelling.
Prime minister Alexis Tsipras has proposed an urgent meeting on the sidelines of the European Union summit to help reach an agreement that would allow Athens to get more funds.
Hundreds of Greek Australian women came to hear our community's most successful females discuss gender inequality and be encouraged to become role models themselves.
A report commissioned by FECCA addresses existing gaps in information regarding the elderly in culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
Both Adelaide United and Western Sydney Wanderers have secured mid week wins before they enter round 21 of the A-League this weekend.
Appearing to suffer from heat stroke, Thanasi Kokkinakis fought back and gallantly won his third round Indian Wells match.