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Cyprus’ Fidia Phenom Wants to Shake Up EU Parliament

Cyprus’ Fidia Phenom Wants to Shake Up EU Parliament

Cyprus and the European Parliament weren’t ready for Fidias Panayiotou, who had no qualifications to run for a seat in the 720-member body, which made him more qualified than most of the people in there.
After EU Elections Setback, Mitsotakis Will Stay the Course

After EU Elections Setback, Mitsotakis Will Stay the Course

ATHENS – Acknowledging disappointing results in the European Parliament elections for New Democracy, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said there won’t be early elections in Greece and dismissed any idea of taking New Democracy further right.
What’s Wrong With This Greek Beach Big Picture?

What’s Wrong With This Greek Beach Big Picture?

Officials on the island of Rhodes were shocked – shocked – to find out that an unlawful beach business in an archaeological site had again put sunbeds on metal platforms in the water to cater to tourists and suckers paying for them.
Letter to North Macedonia, Which Isn’t Macedonia, Which is Greek

Letter to North Macedonia, Which Isn’t Macedonia, Which is Greek

If law professor Gordana Siljanovska-Davkova, who refers to herself on X as “President of Macedonia, wife, mother, professor, activist, expert, vegetarian, rocker” (where’s revisionist?) doesn’t like that her country is now actually called North Macedonia, it can always go back to what it was: FYROM.
The Wily Greek Practice of Perfecting the Perfect Coverup

The Wily Greek Practice of Perfecting the Perfect Coverup

After claiming it wasn't responsible for refugees on an overcrowded boat who drowned in an overcrowded fishing boat on June 14, 2023 because it was in international waters, Greece’s attempt to blame nine Egyptians sank when a Greek court said it had no jurisdiction.
In Greece, The Endless Greed That Knows No Bounds 

In Greece, The Endless Greed That Knows No Bounds 

Twelve shipping oligarchs in Greece – a country of 10.
Greeks – Like World – Divided Over Israel-Hamas War

Greeks – Like World – Divided Over Israel-Hamas War

Nobody’s right if everybody’s wrong.
Greece’s Very Far Right Can’t Hold: Duking it Out Softly

Greece’s Very Far Right Can’t Hold: Duking it Out Softly

It wasn’t Connor McGregor vs.
She Wanted Police Car Escort: She Got a Hearse

She Wanted Police Car Escort: She Got a Hearse

Just before she was stabbed to death outside an Athens police station by her ex-boyfriend after being refused help inside, Kyriaki Griva was told by an operator on a police hotline after asking for a patrol car escort home, “Lady, police cars aren’t taxis.
Opa! Crank Up the Zorba in Greece for Tourists, Radio, Films

Opa! Crank Up the Zorba in Greece for Tourists, Radio, Films

Perhaps Greece’s greatest composer (Manos Hatzidakis fans would say not), Mikis Theodorakis is most remembered for the dance tune Zorba the Greek, which evokes images of Anthony Quinn teaching Alan Bates the syrtaki on a Cretan beach at the end of the film, giving millions of tourists an image of Greece.

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