Spanish officials call U.S. mass surveillance program 'inappropriate and unacceptable.'
For Greeks, the apology is meaningless.
A full-blown humanitarian crisis is emerging in Greece, engineered but ignored by the leaders of the Eurozone.
It is well known that Greece never received compensation from Germany for the destruction and looting of Greek properties during the German occupation and that Greece never gave up its claims.
I felt this profound urge to say no, I don't accept this, and I remember.
I went to Cyprus to see if I could protect my mother’s life savings, and then I went to our village in Greece, where anger is on the rise.
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One name was mentioned over and over again among protesters, and the strike was in part dedicated to her: Amaia Egaña, the latest victim of the housing crisis and of greedy bank practices.
Activists try to fend off evictions and home repossessions, though the laws favor the lenders.
It has supported the growing militarization of Europe, and it has backed war crimes of the United States.
Greeks refuse to be the guinea pigs for extreme neoliberalism, and they need our solidarity.
Progressive political forces are in a position to shape the future of Greece, if they are determined and have clear vision. There is even hope that the Eurozone crisis could be resolved in the interests of working people, not just in Greece but across the continent.
Note how progressive and truly radical it is.
As Hollande himself said, “The austerity-only approach to the crisis is not inevitable."