Mykonos Mayors Charged With Embezzlement

Coming on the heels of the conviction of a former mayor of Thessaloniki on corruption charges, prosecutors are charging Mykonos Mayor  Athanasios Kousathanas –...

Tavern Attack Fugitive ID’d As Escapee

After a nationwide manhunt on March 31, Marko Kola, an Albanian convict, who escaped from a Trikala prison along with 10 inmates nine days...

Young Immigrant Found Chained

Policemen from a regional department in the prefecture of Ilia found a 22-year-old man from Bangladesh chained by the leg to a metal pole. The...

Greek Crisis Cuts Bribe Demands Too

Greece's crushing economic crisis is so bad that even the corrupt are asking for smaller bribes. The percentage of Greek households asked to make...

Golden Dawn Seeks Death For Violent Migrants

Greece's neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party that has 18 seats in Parliament and has an openly anti-immigrant agenda is calling for restoration of the death...

Woman Killed In Police Crossfire At Corinthos

Greek police on March 30 were hunting for gunmen who opened fire on officers after fleeing a raid on a taverna on the Athens-Thebes...

Bears Found Dead in Grevena

A few days ago, the environmental organization Callisto was informed by a villager of a new instance of two bears who were found...

Former Deputy EdMin Faces Corruption Charges

Former Deputy Education Minister and ex-PASOK lawmaker Ioannis Anthopoulos has been freed on bail of 200,000 euros ($260,000) and prohibited from leaving Greece after...

Gunfire in Trikala Prison

On February 24, Panayotis Vlastos, who was detained in the prison of Trikala, tried to escape for the fourth time. During his attempt, he...

Dimitrelos Arrested for AEK Debts

The president of the Greek football team AEK, Andreas Dimitrelos was arrested by two policemen of the Attica Police Directorate’s Financial Inspection Division for...

DIAS Policemen Murderers Sentenced to Life

Three of the four accused for murdering the two DIAS policemen, Yiorgos Skiloyannis and Ioannis Evagelinelis in March 2011 in Renti, were sentenced to...

Court Says No SDOE Bank Access

Greece's highest administrative court, the Council of State, in a preliminary finding, has ruled unconstitutional a proposal by the country's financial crimes squad, SDOE,...

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