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Εκλογική νίκη για το κυβερνών Εθνικό Κόμμα στη Νέα Ζηλανδία

Συζητήσεις για κυβέρνηση συνεργασίας.

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Solution for Cyprus issue remains unresolved

The Greek Foreign Affairs Minister met with the Cypriot President to discuss the Cyprus issue last week.

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Sinodinos reflects on then and now

Senator Arthur Sinodinos delivered his maiden speech in parliament last week and took the opportunity to praise his former boss John Howard.

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‘Team Australia’ sparks debate

Multicultural Minister elaborates on nurturing true blue identity.

Managing my own superfund?

Mark Bouris talks about managing your own superfund.

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Bahrain forces excessive

Bahraini security forces used “excessive force” and tortured detainees in a March crackdown on Shiite-led protests demanding democratic change, the head of an Independent Commissio

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North Korean prison atrocities

A North Korean prison camp survivor has given a rare testimony exposing public executions and starvation at the detention centre where she was held for 28 years.

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Alter TV president charged over 1.2 million tax evasion

A prosecutor on Tuesday levelled criminal charges against the president and managing director of private television channel Alter, Constantinos Giannikos, for allegedly withholding

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Venizelos doubles state guarantees to lenders

The Minister for Finance, Evaggelos Venizelos announced this week that he will extend state guarantees to its lenders to 60bn from 30bn euros to relieve liquidity strains.

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Unions’ Federation calls for 24-hour strike

The country’s private trade union federation said today that it has called a 24-hour strike on Thursday December 1 to protest against the draft 2012 austerity budget.

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