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Economy alone can't explain Golden Dawn rise' 04/18/2013 04:13 President of Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece calls nationalist faction a "neo-Nazi party." President of the Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece David Saltiel.
The Golden Dawn party already has a presence in Melbourne, with members accused of hijacking an annual march commemorating Greek independence last week and videos showing them protesting outside State Parliament posted on YouTube...But Prime Minister
Around 5,000 hardline Golden Dawn supporters gathered in Athens in memory of three pilots killed in 1996. More than 5,000 black-clad neo-Nazis peacefully rallied in Athens Saturday night in support of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party, in the
Greece is broke, economically. This has led to the country crumbling in other ways. People are unable to get medication, food, or work or to plan for the future. There are still those gaining, though: the elusive 1 percent, who so often get
New evidence over 'assault' on MP Golden Dawn made headlines after winning seats in parliament this summer Police in Greece have submitted a BBC tape to prosecutors investigating an alleged assault on an MP by members of the far-right Golden Dawn
It was a powerful blast that caused a lot of damage, says a police spokesman...A homemade bomb went off at the offices of the extreme right-wing Golden Dawn party in an industrial suburb of Athens on Tuesday morning. Although no injuries were
The rise of a neo-Nazi camp in austerity-ravaged Greece is disturbing. A majority of the Athenians, apparently, are open about their allegiance to the Golden Dawn Party, with a symbol which has an uncanny resemblance to the swastika.
Protestors outside the Greek Parliament Wednesday. But victims like Walid Taleb and Ali Kazer could tell you that despite the lack of data, hate crimes in the country that invented democracy are running out of control. Taleb, 29, worked at a bakery
Greece Greek Parliament has voted unanimously to lift the immunity from prosecution of three lawmakers from the extremist far-right Golden Dawn party. Two of the deputies, Panagiotis Iliopoulos and Giorgos Germenis, have been accused of
Flicker/alba.christiansen) Supporters of the Golden Dawn Party march through the streets of Athens. With one in four Greeks out of work and economic activity contracting nearly 7 percent in 2011, thousands of people feel abandoned by the state, which