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Golden Dawn murders generate new test for Greek democracy
Greek democracy has been under pressure since the country’s economy and political system began to unravel in 2010 but the strain will only increase after the murder of two Golden Dawn members outside the party’s offices in northern Athens on Friday night.
The precise circumstances and motives of the shooting, in which a third man was seriously injured, were not clear straight away. Greece’s anti-terrorism squad was called in to head the investigation, prompting speculation that authorities are treating t...
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