Crime

Crime

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Swiss banks will not give the Greek government information on Greek depositors who are suspected of tax evasion, said a high-level official of the...

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Another 32 individuals were indicted to stand trial before a Criminal Appeals Court on Thursday for kickbacks given in exchange for Greek Defense Ministry...

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They say that justice should be blind, but in Greece it seems that justice has perfect vision and winks slyly when it wants to. Tuesday's...

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Greek Former Finance Minister of George Papandreou’s PASOK administration between October 2009 and June 2011, Giorgos Papakonstantinou, was found guilty by an Athens Court...

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Two police officers were suddenly attacked earlier today in Chania, Crete, during a roadblock inspection. The two officers signaled a driver to pull over...

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The lawyer representing Vangelis Giakoumakis’ family is not ruling out the scenario that the young student could have been murdered. According to lawyer Dimitris Boukas,...

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With Norway being the most carefree nation in the world and Nigeria the most stressed-out country, Greece lies somewhere in the middle of the...

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Extreme Right Golden Dawn's imprisoned leader Nikos Michaloliakos and senior MP Ioannis Lagos, who, among others, are currently facing charges over running and belonging...

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Vangelis Giakoumakis, the Greek student who committed suicide after being bullied by his fellow students, was buried yesterday in Rethymno, Crete. Thousands of people...

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The new prison bill being currently under the government's consideration will pave the way for "November 17" key figure and convicted terrorist Savvas Xeros'...

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The Exarcheia area in downtown Athens was once again the field of riots as hooded men burned cars, smashed shop windows and vandalized bus...

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Numerous people solemnly attended Vangelis Giakoumakis’ funeral which took place today, March 17 at noon. The unfortunate young man will be buried in his...