Simitis Won’t Appear In Tsochatzopoulos Case

The Athens Appeals Court hearing the trial of former Defense Minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos for money laundering has rejected his request for the former members...

Arrests Made In Ioannina Kidnapping

On January 31 in the Greek city Ioannina, a 59-year-old Greek was kidnapped by eight individuals, a Greek and seven Albanian, because of disputes...

Political Feud Holds Up Anti-Racism Bill

Greece's coalition government is sharply divided over an anti-racism bill that is aimed at controlling the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party by imposing stricter penalties...

Student Stabs His Mother Over TV Dispute

The local society of  Agios Konstantinos of Agrinio is shocked by the news of a student who stabbed his mother because she told him...

Greek Offshore Companies Audited

The Inter-regional Audit Center in Athens (DEK Athens) is closely inspecting 218 offshore companies, resulting from a document forwarded to the Parliament by Deputy...

Suspect in Russian Boy’s Stabbing Detained

Dutch hotel employee in Hersonissos, Crete, Cirino Schrijver, who was accused of the violent attack on the 12-year-old Russian boy Nikita, was arrested and...

Supreme Court Appoints Corruption Chiefs

Greece's highest court has appointed two new financial prosecutors to replace the outgoing investors Spyros Mouzakitis and Grigoris Peponis who have been digging into...

Greece’s Muslims Cite “Slaughter” Threat

The Muslim Association of Greece (MAG) said that it has received a threatening note giving all Muslims, Greeks and foreigners, one month’s time to...

Cretan Pedophile Coach Gets 220 Years

A 48-year-old Cretan school gym teacher, Nikos Siragakis, convicted of repeated sexual abuse of 53 minors in the port of Rethymno was sentenced to...

Two Greeks Arrested In Racist Attack

With attacks against immigrants in Greece unrelenting, police arrested two Greek men on suspicion of attacking a Cameroonian national and setting fire to his...

Greece To Adopt IRS Methods

With antiquated record keeping, court cases backed up a decade, and tax cheats still running rampant during a crushing economic crisis, Greece is planning...

Larissa Bank Robbed of € 1 m.

Two armed men broke into the National Bank's branch in Larissa’s central square around 08.30 a.m. and threatening the employees managed to get away...

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