article 19 November 2014 World, Greece
Blackmail, protection, money laundering: funding Golden Dawn

The Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn, which reached the corridors of power before a spectacular fall from grace, funded itself in classic mafia style through protection rings, blackmail and more.

video 24 October 2014 UK, Greece

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'We can't just stay in the EU and complain' - video

Britain's new 1.7bn EU bill has given the UK "1.7 billion very good reasons to seek a different kind of relationship", says Tory Eurosceptic MEP Daniel Hannan.

post 16 October 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Why the markets are frightened

Germany's economy is spluttering, deflation is growing and the UK's FTSE is going nowhere - did the post-Lehman crisis ever go away?

article 26 May 2014 Politics, Greece
Far-right and eurosceptic parties have made big gains in the European elections
Far-right wins big in European elections

Far-right and anti-Europe parties claim major victories across the continent - is this the turning of the tide?

post 03 April 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Top Greek official resigns over Golden Dawn video

Video of a secret meeting between a government official and a far-right MP raises tricky questions for the international community bailing out the Greek government.

article 20 January 2014 Greece
Christodoulos Xiros appears in a video statement posted online
Fugitive Greek terrorist: 'It is our job to light the fuse'

Currently on the run, Christodoulos Xiros a convicted member of the Greek terrorist group November 17, appears in an online video promising to avenge the country's debt crisis.

article 30 December 2013 World, Greece
The scene in Athens after attackers fired upon the German embassy
Shots fired at German embassy in Athens

Attackers fired upon the German embassy in Athens in the early hours of this morning in an apparent attempt to sour relations between Greece and its biggest bail-out creditor.

article 08 November 2013 World, Greece
Roma Europe Ireland Greece Androulla Vassiliou
Financial crisis 'sparked anti-Roma feeling in Europe'

European member states have failed to integrate and protect Roma communities, according to a high-ranking EU official.

article 31 October 2013 World, Algeria
The Sahara desert has claimed its latest migrant victims
Graveyard of migrants: Sahara claims latest victims

The 92 migrants found dead in Niger were just a handful of people among thousands each year who brave dehydration and starvation to escape across the Sahara desert.

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