Tuesday 17th September 2019
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Articles written by Anda Psarra

The chemicals of Syria threaten Mediterranean

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The chemicals of Syria threaten Mediterranean

The opposition front is widened with MPs from Crete and the Commissioner Maria Damanaki asking the European authorities for explanations. Also, there are more and more reports about the risks of the chosen method of destruction, as it has been tested only once and on land. [...]

February 14, 2014 Author: Anda Psarra

The ugly truth about the religious freedoms in Greece

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The ugly truth about the religious freedoms in Greece

The State Department’s scathing report of 2012 for the religious freedom in Greece has no precedent, but seems to have a bright future. This could have been a good reason for bishop Amvrosios mournfully ringing the bells of fanaticism, instead of becoming himself the cause for another humiliating report for religious tolerance next year. [...]

May 22, 2013 Author: Anda Psarra

Greece: How many stitches can fit on a child’s face

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Greece: How many stitches can fit on a child’s face

The story of a fourteen-year-old Afghan child, who came to Greece with his mother seeking a better life, wanted to leave for Switzerland where his brother lives, but was prevented by storm troopers that engraved his life. [...]

May 14, 2013 Author: Anda Psarra