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It is not the people of Greece who have benefitted from bailout loans from the IMF, EU and European Central Bank, but the European and Greek banks which recklessly lent money to the Greek State in the first place.
The election of anti-austerity coalition Syriza in the parliamentary elections in Greece opens up a new path for tackling debt, say reformers.
Syriza is right to be demanding cancellation of the debt which comes from bailing out European banks, says the Jubilee Debt Campaign.
Tens of thousands of people flooded onto the streets in Greece this evening, as early results and exit polls indicated a significant Syriza victory.
A new report from Amnesty says the EU must take urgent measures against Greece for its practice of “pushing back” refugees and migrants arriving at its borders.
The ecumenical Church delegation that met Greek EU Presidency representatives in Athens last week made just migration a priority.
The Greek Deputy Foreign Minister for European Affairs, has received a delegation of senior Greek and European Church representatives in Athens.
The Greek authorities must do everything in their power to prevent further politically motivated violence, says Amnesty, following the killing of an anti-fascist supporter.
The Greek authorities must act immediately to curb the growing spate of xenophobic and racist attacks Amnesty International says.
Cyprus has a special place in my heart, as I spent many years living there as I built up my professional legal, and later ecumenical, career.
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