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Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos has often denounced Parliament A number of neo-Nazi Golden Dawn lawmakers, including the party leader, could be released from...

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  After a year's investigation, Greek police have found 179 incidents of illegal collection of pensions, fraud which has cost the state some 13 million...

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A few weeks ago the UK's Guardian newspaper commented on the emigration of many Greek companies to neighboring Bulgaria due to the crisis. However, it appears...

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The First Instance Criminal Court in Athens sentenced Dionysis Liakopoulos and Christos Stergiopoulos to life imprisonment for the cold-blooded murder of a 27-year-old Pakistani migrant...

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A fare-dodging former cop pulled a gun on ticket inspectors on a bus from Omonia to Piraeus Monday, according to Apostolos Raftopoulos, president of the...

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Greek Police arrested eight people for drug trafficking Monday during two major drug busts in northeast Greece and Attica. In the first case, two people,...

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Greek businessman Panayiotis Efstathiou, a key suspect in the German arms bribery scandal, has returned about 2.5 million euros to the Greek state. According to...

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Escaped November 17 terrorist Christodoulos Xeros A car bomb that exploded outside a Bank of Greece office in downtown Athens on April 10 was...

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State prosecutor in Serres, northern Greece, Georgia Toutoumtzi, on Friday postponed the deposition of a Nigrita prison guard linked with the death of Albanian inmate Ilia...

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The Lagarde list case reopens after Easter and the former Greek Finance Minister Giorgos Papakonstantinou along with his relatives Eleni Papakonstantinou, Andreas Rossonis and...

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A Greek former deputy minister, Yiannis Anthopoulos will appear before a three-member felony court, after the Court of Appeals sent him to trial for the repeated...

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The zealots of Golden Dawn have been blamed for immigrant assaults An anti-racism bill stalled four months ago in an apparent political power play...