Anarchists Target Judges, Cops, Witnesses

A militant anarchist group, one of a number in Greece, has claimed responsibility for a bombing at a package shipping firm and is...

Greek Military Cemetery in FYROM Desecrated

On March 14, unknown perpetrators entered the Greek military cemetery in the town of Valantovo, FYROM, and desecrated the graves of Greek soldiers that...

Greece Gets Access To Bank Accounts

As the government steps up its goal to collect from tax cheats, officials of the Financial Crimes Unit (SDOE) will have direct online access...

Vaxevanis Wins Anti-Corruption Award

Greek investigative journalist Kostas Vaxevanis, who exposed the names of 2,062 Greeks with $1.95 billion in deposits in secret Swiss bank accounts that wasn't...

More Bombing Of Greek Political Offices

Greek police are investigating the bombing of the offices of three members of the ruling New Democracy Conservative party in Thessaloniki, the country’s second-largest...

Golden Dawn MP’s Immunity Lifted Again

The Greek Parliament, by an overwhelming vote of 205-3, voted to again lift the immunity of the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party MP and spokesman...

Anti-Terror Raid Nets Weapons Cache

A police raid on an apartment in the anarchist stronghold of Exarchia in central Athens led to the discovery iof a large amount of...

Greek Tax Cheat Breaks Withdrawn

After hostile reaction, the Greek government said it would not go ahead with plans to give tax cheats an 80 percent discount on fines...

Papaconstantinou Relatives Won’t Testify

The relatives of former Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou, whose names were deleted from a list of 2,062 Greeks with $1.95 billion in secret deposits...

Dendias Takes Swipe At Golden Dawn

In a transparent shot at the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party accused by critics of leading assaults on immigrants, Greek Public Order Minister Nikos Dendias...

Tsochatzopoulos Says Conviction Was Political

As he awaits trial on more serious charges of money-laundering and embezzling as much as one billion euros ($1.3 billion) from contracts he awarded,...

Proton Bank Suspect Fled As Priest

Petros Kyriakides, one of the principals wanted in connection with corruption that forced the government to take over the Proton Bank, fled Greece dressed...

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