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Karatzaferis attacks illegal immigrants with comments falsely attributed to Rudd

The leaders of an extreme right-wing parliamentary group in Greece has used false statements attributed to the Australian Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, to mount an attack against ill

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Women claim alleged rape victim lied in Theophanous hearing

Two women countered the claims by the alleged victim in the Theophanous hearingthat she rang them during and after the incident.

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64 medal haul for Greece in Mediterranean Games

The 2009 Mediterranean Games in Pescara saw Greece mount its best performance ever with a 64 medal haul.

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Corruption is thriving in Greek public sector

Corruption is rife in the Greek public sector, according to the annual report of the Greek Auditor General released last week.

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Illegal immigration “major threat to the equilibrium of democracy”

EU Vice-President Jacques Barrot warned last week that Greece could be threatened by social unrest from the huge flow of illegal migrants arriving on its shores via Turkey.

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Karamanlis: OSCE summit a success for diplomacy

The Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe meeting on Corfu was a ‘great success for Greek foreign policy’, according to the Greek Prime Minister.

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Smokers in Greece react to new bans

The implementation of smoking restrictions in Greece last week has seen strong reactions from smokers in Athens.

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Nimetz: ‘flexibility’ required on the FYROM naming issue

UN mediator, Matthew Nimetz, calls for both Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to be ‘flexible’ on the naming issues.

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Theophanous committal hearing this week

Theo Theophanous will be appearing in court today for the first day of his committal hearing on rape charges.

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Young Greek of the Week

Noddy Angelakos, who loves Yemista and feels that passionate is the one word that best describes him, is our Young Greek of the Week.