Under a dictatorship, Greek people were tortured and their voices crushed. Deutsche Welle played a crucial role at the time with its critical radio programs. 50 years after the coup, DW looks back at what happened.
Gangs and drug dealers are acting with impunity at Greek universities. A controversial law forbids authorities from entering state campuses and the government is refusing to budge. Anthee Carassava reports from Athens.
With deposits in Europe dwindling and efforts to reduce reliance on Russia, an untapped gas field off the island of Cyprus has gained attention. But political tension in the region may frustrate the controversial drill.
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.
After taking over power in 2009 following a military coup, Andry Rajoelina was prevented from running for the presidency in 2013. In an exclusive interview with DW, he talks about his candidacy for 2018.
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