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Tracing the truth of refugee struggle

A new art exhibit based off a documentary is showing the most beautiful places on Earth can have a lot of pain underneath them. The...

Golden Dawn a threat to peace

After the 2009 recession, there was a rise in a previously unknown party called Golden Dawn (GD). During the 2012 elections in Greece, GD...

Lower your expectations

  Makedonia Koutsoumpeli's story in last week's edition of The Aquinian is a compelling account of how ordinary Greeks are reacting to their devastating economic...
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