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Stop Child Labour by Thanos Kalamidas
We have created stereotypes and prejudices even when it comes to child labour, conveniently putting them working in far away Asian countries and questionable African states. We conveniently miss the child next door, yes in our wonderful world.

Child Labour in …pictures by Thanos Kalamidas
Sometimes the picture is more dramatic than …million of words. In the case of Child labour pictures can be …traumatic!

“The Inner Works of Strahan” by David Barger
“Poetry is not a civilizer, rather the reverse, for great poetry appeals to the most primitive instincts.” – Robinson Jeffers

Greek report by Euro Reporter
The Euro-reporter travels today to Greece with news for the Acropolis museum and immigrants issues

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The Power of Apology by Leah Sellers
Just think, a Leader who Understands the importance of taking the Time and Effort to Explain himself – his Intentions – and the Direction he is attempting to move our Great Nation, the United States of America (and the rest of the World) toward.

The abstinence vote by Thanos Kalamidas
Some thoughts for the abstinence vote and the reaction it caused from politicians and the media in …Greek

Latvian report by Euro Reporter
Expensive apartments and an airline that sells tickets in Euros the latest Euro-report from Latvia

2nd Opinion #31/09 by Thanos K & Asa B
Seriously, I think you’ll need a second opinion after this.

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“Boyfriend…” by Pamela Hunt
“The poet sees things as they look. Is this having a faculty the less? or a sense the more?” – Augustus William Hare and Julius Charles Hare

Wheels on the bike go round and round 3: Training by Mike Jennett
People who live in Florida have no idea what hills are. Tired and sweaty, after 43 miles of what locals amusingly call the Florida Alps, it became obvious just how much the first two weeks of the tour will hurt.

A Greek president in Helsinki (In Greek) by Thanos Kalamidas
Τελικά ποιός κυβερνάει αυτή τη χώρα; Θυμάται

For the Moment: Swine Flew by Patrick McWade
Patrick McWade shares his cartoon…

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The British Museum: Just do it by Asa Butcher
In the very first issue of Ovi magazine I wrote a letter to Thanos in our now-defunct 2Dear …” column asking about the situation regarding the Parthenon Marbles, commonly referred to as the Elgin Marbles.

Greece from abroad by Thanos Kalamidas
Some thoughts of a Greek living in Finland on the occasion of the Greek President, Karolos Papoulias’, visit to the country of no corruption!

Migration in Greece – An open wound (in Greek) by Dimitra Karantzeni
Κοινωνική καταπίεση. Πολιτική εκμετάλλευση.

Greek Report by Euro Reporter
The Greek President is visiting Finland and Ovi’s Euro-reporter visits Greece.

Karolos Papoulias by The Ovi Team
A short biographic information for the President of the Greek Republic Karolos Papoulias

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American Politics, Terrorism and Islam: Part 5 by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
Soon after capturing power in 1917 the Bolshevik party started behaving as a mafia-like organization where, according to Russian historian Yuri Felshtinsky, “almost no one died by a natural cause.”

Scandals and Media …in Greek by Dimitra Karantzeni
Dimitra’s thoughts on the latest events and scandals and how the Greek media present them …all in Greek!

A Swiss Army Book by Asa Butcher
Do you know what a ‘Layter’ signifies? What about a ‘Yan’ or a Yan-a-Bumfit? Come now, it is quite simple for those addicted to ‘Ducks and Drakes’!

Belgian report by Euro Reporter
Euro Reporter is off to Belgium, so I’d better not waffle on…

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