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Greek Police to Hire Resident Foreigners

Greek police are to start hiring resident aliens, a government minister has announced. Deputy Citizen Protection Minister Nikos Toskas, according to a report in Ta...

Greek Foreign Minister Receives Death Threat

Greece's foreign minister has received a death threat, a colleague told live television on Friday. Nikos Toskas, Greece's Citizens' Protection Minister, revealed that his colleague...

Greek Minister Vows to Increase Police Presence in the Streets

The Citizen Protection Ministry wants to increase police presence in the streets to better protect citizens, Minister Nikos Toskas said in an interview with...

Greece’s Citizen Protection Minister Indifferent to Leftist Crime

In the past few days, Athens has become a theater of violence and vandalism. The prime minister and government officials verbally "condemn" the violent...

Greek Citizen Protection Minister Blames Arson for Zakynthos Wildfires

The recent wildfires on Zakynthos island were the work of arsonists, Deputy Citizen Protection Minister Nikos Toskas said on Tuesday. Speaking on Real FM, Toskas...

Greek Minister: No Sign of Potential Terrorist Hit in Greece, ‘Lone Wolf” Scenario Can’t...

There is no indication that Greece is a target for a terrorist attack, but the "lone wolf" hit scenario could not be excluded, said...

Greek Police Ban All Demonstrations on Thursday to Prevent Police Union Rally at Exarchia

Greek police has banned all demonstrations in Athens on Thursday in order to prevent a protest rally of the Pan-Hellenic Federation of Police Officers...

Government Announces Social Integration Measures for Roma in Menidi

The government on Friday announced a series of measures aimed to promote the social integration of Roma communities in Menidi and elsewhere in Greece,...

Menidi Residents Demonstrate at Citizen Protection Ministry

Angry Menidi residents gathered outside the Citizen Protection Ministry on Tuesday evening to protest the death of an 11-year-old boy by a stray bullet. Moreover...

Mine Landslide in Northern Greece Forces Village Residents to Ecavuate

The municipal district of Anargyroi in northern Greece has declared a state of emergency as an Amyntaio mountain mine landslide damaged ten homes and...

Greek Police Evacuate Occupied Buildings

Hellenic Police on Monday morning evacuated two Athens buildings that were occupied by anarchists; the operations were legitimate, said deputy citizen protection minister. Greek police...

Lack of Speed Radars on Greece’s Highways ‘Not New,’ Toskas Says

The lack of radar equipment for monitoring speed on Greece's national highways was a real problem but one that dated back several years, Alternate...

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