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Since Monday morning, the domestic debate in Greece has been dominated by the bomb blast at the headquarters of Kathimerini newspaper and Skai TV and radio, potentially overshadowing other serious developments on the political scene.
Although nobody was injured in the pre-dawn explosion, the attack was the most serious of its sort on a Greek media organisation for several years. Kathimerini and, in particular, Skai have been strong critics of the current government, which has boycot...
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