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A meeting with an anarchist in Exarcheia, a district of Athens. Photos by Henry Langston for Vice
Sisa is called the cocaine of the poor, and it seems to be austerity's drug of choice. It's an epidemic that is sweeping through the streets of Athens, and something needs to be done soon.
Alex Miller's Vice article excerpt:
Standing in the Athens police headquarters,…Continue
Greece’s Skorpios Island, which belonged to legendary Greek tycoon Aristotle Onassis, has reportedly been sold for €117 million (just over $152 million) by his only heir. The identity of the alleged buyer, a Russian billionaire, has not been revealed.
Farhad Vladi – whose company Vladi Private Islands…Continue
More than 1.6 billion people in the world are either overweight or obese, according to a recent study by the World Health Organization. Here’s a look at the countries with the highest percent of overweight adults (people age 15 and over). People are considered overweight if their …Continue
Following a seven-day trial, which was initiated by a complaint from Greek rival Fage, Chobani was told by a High Court judge that the labeling on its product was "confusing" for UK…Continue