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Arsenal must banish fear factor, says Wenger


Arsene Wenger has told his Arsenal stars to banish the fear factor as the struggling Gunners try to secure a first place finish in their Champions League group.

Wenger's side travel to Olympiakos on

Clashes break out Greece

Clashes broke out in Greece Wednesday ahead of a crucial vote on a government austerity bill in parliament.

Groups of hooded youth pelted rocks and petrol bombs at police who responded by firing tear

Greek government wins confidence vote, bigger battles loom


Greece's new conservative-led government won parliamentary approval on Monday, but faced the much tougher task of convincing European partners and the IMF to give it more time to meet the terms of its

Greek finance minister resigns in blow to govt


Greece's new finance minister resigned on Monday due to ill health, throwing the government's drive to soften the terms of an international bailout into confusion less than a week after it took office

Greek conservative head sworn in as PM


The head of Greece's conservative party, Antonis Samaras, has been sworn in as Prime Minister to head a three-party coalition that will uphold the country's international bailout commitments.


Greek exit polls: Top 2 parties neck and neck


In an election crucial for Greece, Europe and the world, exit polls on Sunday showed the two top contenders in Greece to be neck-and-neck.

The outcome of Sunday's vote could determine whether Greece

Pro-bailout conservatives win Greek election


Fears of an imminent Greek exit from Europe's joint currency receded on Sunday after the conservative New Democracy came first in critical elections and pro-bailout parties won enough Parliamentary se

Greek vote looks too close to call

Greece’s election, which has captured the eyes of the world, is too close to call, with the conservative New Democracy party barely ahead of radical leftist Syriza in a vote that could decide whether

Ballots open for critical Greek election

Ballots opened nationwide in Greece on Sunday for a critical general election that will determine whether the debt-laden nation will complete painful austerity reform or see its eurozone future jeopar

Thief stole 400K toothpicks in Georgia, police says

Who says toothpicks are not valuable?

Police in Georgia are trying to figure out who stole about 400,000 toothpicks worth nearly $3,000 from a manufacturer in Athens.

Police tell the Athens Banner-H

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