Court Suspends Immediate Arrest of Rebel Mount Athos Abbot Pending Appeal

The call for the immediate arrest of the rebel abbot of Esphigmenou Monastery on Mount Athos has been suspended by a Thessaloniki appeals court,...

Greek State Assets in U.S.A. in Danger of Confiscation for Unpaid Fines

Greek State assets in the U.S. are threatened with confiscation due to a 40 million euro fine imposed by a U.S. court against the...

Former Defense Minister Tsochatzopoulos Released From Prison Due to Ill Health

A Greek court on Wednesday ruled that former defense minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos should be released from prison on account of ill health. The 77-year-old former...

Mitsotakis: We Will Abolish Paraskevopoulos’ Law for Prisoners

New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced on Tuesday he will abolish the so-called “Paraskevopoulos law” which allows criminals who have served part of their...

European Court Fines Greece for Violation of Foreign Workers’ Rights

The European Court of Human Rights vindicated the victims and awarded damages of thousands of euros for migrants who were employed in strawberry crops...

Weapons and Ammunition Found Inside Mosque in Xanthi, Greece

Greek police on Tuesday, discovered weapons and ammunition inside a mosque in the city of Xanthi, northeastern Greece. According to exclusive information released by newspaper...

Ten Former Attica Bank Officials, Employees, Charged With Breach of Duty Over Loans

Ten former bank officials and employees of Attica Bank have been charged with breach of trust against a banking institution by a corruption prosecutor...

All Defendants in the Vatopedi Land Exchange Trial Acquitted

An Athens criminal court decided on Tuesday, that the exchange of lands between the Greek government and the Vatopedi monastery in northern Greece is...

Prosecutor Orders Self-Proclaimed Billionaire Sorras and Associates to Respond to Possible Fraud Charges

Self-proclaimed billionaire Artemis Sorras and seven of his associates have been ordered to appear as suspects before a First Instance Prosecutor on Thursday and...

Siemens Cash-for-Contracts Trial Is Once Again Postponed

On Monday, another postponement has developed in the Siemens cash-for-contracts trial taking place in Greece. This postponement is only expected to last one week,...

Siemens’ Cash-for-Contracts Trial Set to Resume on Friday

The trial of sixty-four defendants charged with bribery, money laundering and being accessories to offenses related to the Siemens cash-for-contracts scandal will restart at...

2 Turkish Soldiers Allegedly Involved in Erdogan Assassination Attempt, Arrested in Orestiada

Two Turkish soldiers who allegedly participated in the July 2016 coup attempt were detained in Alexandroupolis, Greece. The two men are thought to be...

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