An Athens native shows us his city. We explore ancient ruins, take a stroll through a romantic neighborhood, and explore the lively city center.
Tens of thousands of Greeks have rallied against their government's rumored deal with Macedonia over the former Yugoslav republic's official name. The row has strained relations between the neighbors for two decades.
The dispute between Greece and its neighbor Macedonia over the latter's name is still very much alive. The long-running quarrel can take on very nationalistic overtones, as Jannis Papadimitriou describes from Athens.
Greece has suspended the asylum granted to a Turkish helicopter pilot who fled his country after the failed coup. But his case is far from over, says Nikos Alivizatos, a law professor at the University of Athens.
The naming dispute between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has roots that go back to antiquity. The problem is that the boundaries of the region known as Macedonia have changed greatly over time.
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