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Constantinople’s oldest Greek newspaper has survived fights and flight
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The office of possibly the world’s only daily newspaper to be produced by a father-and-son team can be found in the bustling Constantinople neighbourhood of Ferikoy.
But calling Apoyevmatini’s premises an “office” is a little misleading. The Greek-language paper – one of the oldest in Turkey – is written, laid out and sent to the printers from the book-lined back room of 81-year-old Mihail Vasiliadis’s apartment.
Vasiliadis the elder is a shrewd journalist of the old scho….. Read More On: en

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