Greek media operate in the market of political influence rather than in the information market.
Immigration policy is more than policing borders. It's a network of measures that calls for proper public administration.
By pointing a finger at a "culprit," you deflect people's attention from the real problems, while offering a "straight answer".
The buildup of scandal and disappointment in the authorities and institutions can provide the kindling that a random shooting can easily ignite.
To a great degree, migrants adopt the behavior of their host country
Between puritanical outrage and large-scale misappropriation of public funds, where is the middle ground?
Isn't it the Greeks, a fiercely political nation, who used to poke fun at the apolitical "Yankees" because many wouldn't vote in their presidential elections?