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Open Letter: Journalists concerned about lack of cooperation from OPCW

  Dear Mr. Üzümcü, We are four journalists from Greek and international Media. During the last few months we have contacted several times the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), which you are directing, with requests for interviews and information regarding proceedings for the destruction of Syria’s chemical arsenal on board the U.S.…

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Syria’s Chemicals Haunt the Mediterranean

Scientists and local communities are expressing serious concern about the ongoing destruction of Syria’s chemical arsenal on board a vessel in international waters in the Mediterranean Sea. “Neutralisation” of the chemicals, including mustard gas and the raw materials for sarin nerve gas, began earlier this week under Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)…

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Greek Privatisation of Key Sectors Meets Strong Opposition

Plans by the Greek government to sell companies that handle the key resources of energy and water face serious obstacles and its policy to offer investors exceptional privileges in an effort to boost interest in privatisation is coming under strong pressure. Privatisation is one of the ‘prerequisites’ of the Troika – the tripartite committee led…