Things are a little rocky in Europe these days.
As is widely known, the present financial crisis, a crisis of the system itself, has hit parts of Europe particularly hard.
Greece held a new election to correct the fact that in the last one, voters split their votes in such a way as to make the formation of a governing majority impossible.
A male Greek fascist politician physically assaulted two left-wing women members of parliament during a television show June 8.
Dimitris Papadimoulis was re-elected as a deputy for Syriza, the left coalition in Greece, on May 6. He presents his analysis.
Voters rejected political parties that have pushed for austerity, and voted in lawmakers who campaigned for policies of economic stimulus and growth.
The Greek Parliament early Monday morning approved austerity measures demanded by European bankers and financiers.
After approving a controversial new bill, which guts minimum wage and public services, Athens erupted in flames as rioters filled the streets with their outrage.
Socialist Prime Minister George Papandreou of Greece stunned the world with his announcement of a national referendum on new austerity measures.
The Greek people and eurozone leaders both seem to be furious at Greece Prime Minister George Papandreou's referendum announcement.