Arms Bribery Suspect Returns €2.5m to Greek State

Greek businessman Panayiotis Efstathiou, a key suspect in the German arms bribery scandal, has returned about 2.5 million euros to the Greek state. According to...

NATO’s Naval Exercises Massacre Whales in Crete

The photo that the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki published, depicting stranded whales along the south-east shores of Crete has brought forth a great deal...

Turkish Frigate Enters Greek Territorial Waters

Yesterday, April 3, a Turkish frigate entered Greek territorial waters and its helicopter approached the shores of an inhabited Greek island of the Dodecanese. According...

Turkish Corvette Violates Greek Territorial Waters

The Turkish corvette Bandirma violated Greek territorial waters on Wednesday by sailing for nearly 19 hours within Greek territorial waters in the southeastern and...

Greek Major General Retires to Cut Army Costs

Major General Ioannis Tsaknis delivered his “goodbye speech” to Greece's first infantry division Monday, and emphatically underscored the effect of the country's drastic military funding cuts. “I do not...

Joint Military Exercises for Greek and American Army

Lately, several joint military exercises have been organized between elite units of Greek and American armed forces. The U.S. Army, recognizing the excellence and the...

Informal EU Defense Meeting in Athens

The Informal EU Defense Meeting will be held at the Zappeion Megaron in Athens, on February 20 and 21, 2014. The meeting will be chaired...

Turkish Corvette Violates Greek Territorial Waters

Today, a Turkish Corvette violated Greek territorial waters. This is a new provocation from Turkish armed forces. The Turkish corvette Bandirma was moving from north...

Remembering The Rocks of Imia, 18 Years Later

It was an incident that almost brought Greece and Turkey to war in a dispute over who owned the two uninhabited rocky islets of...

Greek Ship-owner Matantos Released on Bail

  A new piece of the puzzle in the case of the German submarines armament programs regarding the distribution of briberies was added today. Michael...

Cuts to Armed Forces Wages ruled Unconstitutional

  The Greek Council of State has ruled that the cuts made to the wages of members of the armed forces, police, coast guard and firemen...

Greece Won’t Send Troops to Central African Republic

The Greek Foreign Minister, Evangelos Venizelos, made it crystal clear to his European partners that “Greek soldiers will not participate in any army operation...

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