Marie Christine Polymenacou offers breaking news about the riots embroiling Greece

While mainstream media obsesses over the death of Libyan President Muammar Gadhafi, they ignore a Greek tragedy affecting millions of lives. Dr. Robin Falkov and her guest offer their input.

Marie Christine graduated from Deree College with a B.A. in Marketing, Advertising and Consumer Behaviour. She has served as fashion editor for a number of well-known magazines, including Harper’s, Esquire, Status, and Mondo Uomo. Her language proficiencies include Greek, English, Spanish, French, and Japanese.

Click here to listen to an excerpt of Marie Christine’s Oct. 14 appearance on the radio show.

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All-Workers Militant Front
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The All-Workers Militant Front (Panergatiko Agonistiko Metopo, PAME) is a coordination centre within the Greek trade union movement, founded on the initiative of Communist Party of Greece trade-unionists in April 1999.

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  1. Big banks under new pressure in Europe crisis
    Oct. 23, 2011

    The picture in Greece, whose troubles kicked off the crisis almost two years ago, is bleaker than ever. A new report from Athens’ international debt inspectors — the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund— proved that a preliminary deal for a second package of rescue loans reached in July is already obsolete.

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