Diotis Says He Didn’t Doctor Lagarde List

The former head of the Greek Financial Crimes Squad (SDOE) chief Yiannis Diotis, in a written statement to prosecutors, admitted that he made a...

Greece Asks EU Help To Catch Tax Cheats

Conceding that Greece can’t deal with tax cheats alone, the government is going to bring in tax experts and analysts from other European countries...

Gunmen Shoot at Greek Prime Minister’s Office

Greece’s political parties engaged in disputes over political violence on Jan. 14 after at least nine shots were fired at the Athens headquarters of...

Korean Tourist Says Greek Police Beat Him

South Korean back packer Hyun Young Jung, who had been traveling through Europe for more than a year before reaching Greece, has claimed he was...

Juncker Blasts “Unpatriotic” Greeks With Money Abroad

Eurozone chief Jean-Claude Juncker has castigated wealthy Greeks and those who hide their income in secret bank deposits outside the country and being unfaithful...

Bombs Set Off at Greek Journalist’s Homes

Greek police are seeking suspects who authorities said set off a string of homemade bomb devices outside the homes of a number of journalists...

Gap Shows Up in Lagarde List USB Stick

The convoluted case of a list of 2,062 Greeks with $1.95 billion in secret accounts in a Swiss bank that hasn't been checked for...

Papaconstantinou Says He Didn’t Check Lagarde List

Former Greek finance minister George Papaconstantinou, set to be questioned over his role in the handling of a list of 2,062 Greeks with $1.95...

Life Sentences Sought for Assault Weapons Use

With a growing use of military assault rifles by robbers in a rising number of crimes across Greece, the government is proposing life sentences...
A drug addict in Athens

Crisis Changes Habits of Drug Addicts; Death Toll Rising in Greece

The dire economic situation is changing even the 'drug game' in Athens. The financial crisis  has forced more drug users into prostitution and more...

Turkish Smuggler Wants Cypriot Treasures

According to a report by the German newspaper Abendzeitung, Aydin Dikmen, a Turkish smuggler of artworks, is going to the courts asking for Cypriot...

Greeks Hide Accounts in Luxembourg, Lichtenstein

Greek authorities, who still haven’t checked a list of 2,062 Greeks with $1.95 billion in deposits in a Swiss bank for tax evaders, said...

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