People: Dust in the wind. That’s what we are. All that dust, all those grain of sands, they meet somewhere and they make their own history. Each one of us, with its own unique story

The heroine “Woman of Olympus”

My admiration for the women of Olympus does not allow me to discriminate. Olympus is a special place. An autonomous place and as the locals proudly say, the only product they needed to import ...

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Don Quixote and Staramaki

On August 28, 1963, in Washington, DC, Martin Luther King, in front of 250,000 peace and human rights protesters, chanted the legendary "I have a dream."  The Societies and history evolving from ...

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The dancing pencil

Every product of an artist, must be the expression of an adventure of his soul ".  Somerset Maugham, a British writer, once said.  Elina Papathanassiou, has been painting since she can remember. Her ...

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Searching for the ID of the dead in the river of ghosts

When you enter the enclosure of Alexandroupolis University Hospital, between the first and the second building, there is a long dark tunnel, with the light of the sun, glaring as it appears on its ...

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Guardian, on the river of ghosts

The night falls on the Evros Delta. Everything is quiet. Even the dozens of migratory bird species that find shelter there, roar quietly in the reeds and dense vegetation. Only the water flow and the ...

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The Other Languages” and Elisabeth H. Grigoriadou

Elisabeth H. Grigoriadou comes from the prefecture of Kozani. In fact the inhabitants of the village where she is from are going to be rehoused after years of petitioning on their part. The reason? ...

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Zuhal in front of the mirror

Zuhal Muhammadi envisions a different Afghanistan. She was born and she lives in the third largest city of the country.  In Mazar e Sharif of the province of Balkh.  From the time that she was still ...

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Mursal Amiri. The mirror of the women of Afghanistan

"Nothing will be left without searching, especially if the issues and subjects are about women in Afghanistan" promises Mursal Amiri. An Afghan journalist that is working as a reporter on MehrTV. A ...

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Maryam Khamosh. The silent voice of Afghan women

According to the Afghan Journalist Center (AFJC). Since 2001, when the Taliban regime collapsed, they have lost their lives in the country, 102 journalists. Of these killings, 95% have been left ...

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Reporting from the “Journalist cemetary”

Mazar e Sharif is the fourth largest city in Afghanistan, with a population of more than 500 thousand people.  The name of the city, means "the Prince's Grave," since according to tradition, the ...

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