By PETER KOENIG
This article has been slightly abridged
By Sue Reid
A few purple pansies planted under a huge cypress tree mark the spot on the lawn outside the Greek Parliament building where a life ebbed away.
Here in Athens’s Syntagma Square, just after breakfast time one weekday morning, pensioner Dimitris Christoulas put a handgun to his head and pulled the trigger. Read More
Syriza, the new Greek government that intended to rescue Greece from austerity, has come a cropper. The government relied on the good will of its EU “partners,” only to find that its “partners” had no good will.
The Greek government did not understand that the only concern was the bottom line, or profits, of those who held the Greek debt. Read More