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    Continued Support for Greece's Embattled Far Righti
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    October 10, 2013 2:34 PM
    Greece’s far-right party Golden Dawn is again being labeled “neo-Nazi” after its leader and other senior members were arrested for alleged links to the murder of a popular leftist singer. But the party continues to draw support from more than six percent of Greeks in public opinion polls. VOA’s Al Pessin in London looks at the Golden Dawn phenomenon and the problems that are keeping it in business.

    Continued Support for Greece's Embattled Far Right

    Published October 10, 2013

    Greece’s far-right party Golden Dawn is again being labeled “neo-Nazi” after its leader and other senior members were arrested for alleged links to the murder of a popular leftist singer. But the party continues to draw support from more than six percent of Greeks in public opinion polls. VOA’s Al Pessin in London looks at the Golden Dawn phenomenon and the problems that are keeping it in business.


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