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Although much of the media and political attention in Greece is currently on the developments linked to Turkey’s activities in the Eastern Mediterranean, both main parties are moving ahead with their election campaigns.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is due to address a SYRIZA rally in central Athens on Tuesday evening. He has largely avoided such public appearances during the current campaign as the ruling party sought to recover from the heavy blow of its European Par...
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