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Golden Dawn members carry out a Greeks-only food distribution outside their party HQ, after being prevented from holding it in Syntagma square, central Athens.
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Students protest in Athens against unemployment.
By Nikolia Apostolou
Yorgos Karahalis/Reuters People received cartons of milk and other groceries from the Golden Dawn party in Syntagma Square in Athens in August.Members of the party have also attacked immigrants.
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View of the holy Mount Athos monastery and coastline, Greece.
Over the weekend, more than 45 buildings across Athens were set ablaze by violent protesters. The fires began as the Greek Parliament passed a strict package of austerity measures, in an effort to meet demands by the European Union and the International Monetary Fund.
On 26 April 1941, the day before the German army raised the swastika over the Acropolis, Homer Davis, president of Athens College, was entrusted by the Greek War Relief Association with changing two million dollars into drachmas – money raised by his fellow Greek-Americans.
[The following statement was issued by a group of Greek academics regarding the ongoing crises in Greece.] Greek society is suffering both from the crisis and the responses to it, which have reached a dead-end. Major social and political institutions that were created with enormous struggles and sacrifices in post-War Greece — social security, the public health care system, public education, public transport, the natural and urban environment, the right to live a safe existence, and various elemental goods and services that underwrite the very existence of an already curtailed and devalued Greek state — are all being utterly dismantled so that Greek society is now dying of asphyxiation.
17 February 2012 Last updated at 13:49 GMT Watch Paul's Newsnight report from Greece in full
Sotiris Pastras gave up a career as a champion swimmer to pursue something more practical: a job in the media.
As Greece’s blighted economy plunges further into the abyss, the couple are joining with an exodus of Greeks who are fleeing to the countryside and looking to the nation’s rich rural past as a guide to the future.
At some point, I asked Hadjigeorgiou how the crisis was affecting him personally.
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou seemed to grasp what others in Europe are missing: finances are only a symptom of Greece's broken society Reuters In August 1992, a man named Stefanos Manos landed a job as the finance minister of Greece.