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Fahrinisa Campana writes for The National on how coding bootcamps and programming courses are giving young Iraqis and refugees a way to work remotely. Code on the Road (COR), a Greek registered non-profit, delivers business entrepreneurship lessons to participants’ mobiles, cutting out the need for classroom space and laptops and circumventing conflict. With the current...
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Female legal experts played key role in confronting far-right party’s violent tactics Behind the bench, before her mostly male audience, as the marathon trial of Golden Dawn entered its last act, supreme court justice Maria Lepenioti did what she has done every week: she kept the peace. It has not been easy. Emotions have often...
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After a trial lasting more than five years, the leadership of Greece’s neo-Nazi party has been convicted of running a criminal organisation. Big crowds gathered outside the court in Athens as the judges gave verdicts on 68 defendants. Golden Dawn secured 18 MPs in 2012, as Greeks were battered by a financial crisis. The criminal...
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