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Twelve people were released early on Sunday after being rounded up by police on suspicion of placing self-made bombs outside the police station at the...

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“The country cannot handle any more migrants,” stated the Deputy Citizen Protection Minister Giannis Panousis on Friday March 27. The Minister hinted that the...

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Tension broke between anti-authoritarians and Greek police officers on Saturday afternoon, in central Athens. The incidents started after a protest held by anti-authoritarian groups in...

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Greek police counter-terrorism squads have recently discovered a plot of land in Nea Permaos in the outskirts of Athens which was reportedly serving as...

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Thousands of people gathered in Syntagma, downtown Athens, Greece, despite the rain, to watch the annual military parade in honor of the Greek Independence Day,...

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The lawyer representing Vangelis Giakoumakis’ family is not ruling out the scenario that the young student could have been murdered. According to lawyer Dimitris Boukas,...

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Clashes erupted earlier today on the premises of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, when a group of students attempted to enter the room where...

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Vangelis Giakoumakis, the Greek student who committed suicide after being bullied by his fellow students, was buried yesterday in Rethymno, Crete. Thousands of people...

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A group of anarchists who were on a sit-in for the sixth consecutive day at the Athens Law School in downtown Athens, peacefully evacuated...

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Former prime minister Antonis Samaras claims there are serious indications that his cell phone is tapped. According to what Samaras told his close associates, he...

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Numerous people solemnly attended Vangelis Giakoumakis’ funeral which took place today, March 17 at noon. The unfortunate young man will be buried in his...

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A tragic end in the case of the missing Greek student Vangelis Giakoumakis this morning Sunday March 15, after his body was finally discovered...