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Citibank bombers threaten more

Extremist group Revolutionary Struggle vow to continue their public bombing campaign in a proclamation published in Greek weekly newspaper, To Pontiki

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Athens cool on Obama ‘snub’

The Greek Government denies that President Obama’s impending trip to Turkey is a snub.

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Europeans urge Turkey resolve Cyprus question

The European Parliament passed a resolution urging Turkey to reach a comprehensive settlement on Cyprus on the basis of the resolutions of the United Nations Security Council.

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Koutsantonis new SA Minister

Tom Koutsantonis is the first State politician of Greek background in South Australia to have been appointed as Minister.

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TV rules over Net for Greeks

A survey found that television in Greece is still by far the most popular medium for news but the Internet is catching up fast.

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Greek MP elevated to South Australian ministry

The appointment of Tom Koutsantonis as a Minister is the first time South Australia has had a State Minister of Greek background.

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Athens arsonists destroy city train

Marked arsonists attacked a train in Kifissia in which carriages were destroyed but no one was injured.

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Unusual extortion bid puts railway in danger

A 10-centimetre piece of track was removed from the railway line north of the city of Kalamata in the southern Peloponnese in a failed extortion attempt.

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Cyprus talks continue

The leaders of the two communities in Cyprus, President of the Republic Demetris Christofias and Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat, continued their UN-led direct negotiations

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Ohrid tourist bus attacked

Greek tourist buses were vandalised and