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Pantelis Savvidis

Pantelis Savvidis (Greek: Παντελής Σαββίδης), (born 1954 in Axioupoli, Kilkis), is a Greek journalist,[1] based in Thessaloniki, Greece. He is, thirteen years now, the host of the weekly talk-show Anichnefseis (Ανιχνεύσεις, Greek for explorations) on ERT3, for which he earned various prizes for the serious way of informing viewers on issues regarding the Balkans, international and European politics.[2] He was, for two years (2005–07), the managing director of Makedonia, one of the oldest newspapers in Greece.

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  • - The website of the programme "Anichnefseis" (English version)


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