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Greek law keeps police away from universities, but some fear the immunity clause meant to protect free speech is now being used to harbor bastions of violence.
Five days of protests, and a nationwide strike Wednesday, have shaken the conservative ruling party.
An uneasy truce between anarchists and police was shattered following a weekend shooting of a teen. A similar event in 1985 sparked months of daily clashes.
A native Greek speaker and the star of a popular Greek music video to boot, Athina Bontigao – daughter of Filipino immigrants – is fighting for citizenship, along with thousands like her.
Michael Phelps’s eight gold medals in these Games could help make the swimmer the greatest Olympian of all time.
Serbia, 2007 winner thanks to Balkan bloc, hosts Saturday's final.
The UN refugee agency last week harshly criticized Athens for poor treatment of asylum seekers – a majority of whom are from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Tatters of Alexander the Great's empire aren't arguing over territory, but what a nation can call itself.
Greece says former Yugoslav's state name – the same as a Greek province – is not acceptable.
In the first of a four-part series, the Monitor examines the impact of man-made pressures on the region.
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