Marie Christine Polymenacou reports on the Greek Crisis as of Nov. 11, 2011

Marie Christine Polymenacou, our Greek correspondent, shares how it feels to be living in a riot-torn country now ruled by an unelected central banker.

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 Nov. 4 appearance on the radio show.

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    Thousands of protesters on Thursday took part in an annual demonstration in the capital Athens to commemorate 1973 crackdown on a student uprising by the military dictatorship that ruled Greece from 1967 to 1974. Some 7,000 police – about one for every demonstrator – were monitoring the protest, which comes at the height of a vicious financial crisis that has seen many violent demonstrations.

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