Municipal Councilors to Give Exarchia a Makeover: ‘We cannot allow there to be a...

The neighborhood of Exarchia in the center of Athens is known for its unique shops, free-spirited atmosphere and unfortunately for violence and drugs as...

Greek Court Sentences 8 Turkish Army Officials to 2 Months in Prison for ‘Illegal...

A Greek court sentenced the eight Turkish army officials who fled to Greece aboard a Turkish military helicopter in the wake of an attempted...

Europol Report Reveals that Greece Is a Transit Country for European-born Jihadists

According to an annual report published by Europol, the three main countries that have served as transit countries in 2015 for European-born Islamists are Greece,...

Cannabis for Medical Use to be Legalized in Greece

The Greek Health Ministry on Monday announced the formation of a working group consisting of  academics, psychiatrists, and scientific and legal advisers of the...

Greek Tax Authorities Raid Home of Former UBS Local Bank Boss

Greek authorities have raided the home of a former local boss of UBS investment bank as part of an extensive investigation into suspected tax...

Piraeus Court Acquits 17 in ‘Noor 1’ Drug Trafficking Case

The Piraeus Criminal Appeals Court acquitted 17 of the 32 defendants facing charges due to their involvement in the drug-laden "Noor 1" tanker that...

Prosecutor Wants Greek Pop Star to Face the Music

Popular Greek-Cypriot recording artist Michalis Hatzigiannis - one of the most successful singers of the last decade - is to stand trial over charges of failure to declare...

Violence in Exarchia, Kiosk Swallowed in Flames

Exarchia, a central suburb of Athens known as being a cesspool of anarchy, was once again gripped by violence shortly after midnight on Saturday...

Prosecutor Probes Thessaloniki University Sit-Ins

Supporters of the so-called No Border Camp, a movement in favor of refugees, are being investigated for their involvement in two student sit-ins at Thessaloniki's Aristotle...

Verdict Expected on Drug Ship Noor 1 Case on July 19

An appeals court in Piraeus will announce on July 19 (Monday) its decision on the 32 suspects involved in the high-profile case of the...

Greece: Afghan Asylum Seeker Dies in Brawl at Elliniko Camp

An Afghan asylum seeker was killed in a brawl that broke out among several dozens of migrants at Greece's Elliniko refugee camp on Thursday, police...

Greek Foreign Minister: Greece Supports Nice, Denounces Bastille Day Terror Attack

The Greek Foreign Ministry unequivocally condemned the terror attack in Nice. "Our heart and our thoughts are with the citizens of Nice. In these difficult...