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State Dept., British Embassy Condemn Greek Terrorist’s Furlough from Prison

The U.S. State Department and the British Embassy in Athens condemned the second furlough of terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas from prison on Friday. The November 17...

Notorious Greek Hitman Walks Free for 48 Hours (video)

Dimitris Koufontinas, a senior member of the November 17 terrorist group, left jail on Friday morning after he was granted a 48-hour leave, the...

Greek Convicted Terrorist Granted New Prison Leave

Dimitris Koufontinas, a senior member of the November 17 terrorist group, will be granted a 48-hour furlough on Friday, the second in the space...

November 17 Killer Seeks New Prison Leave

Convicted November 17 terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas -- currently serving a number of life sentences for crimes including murder -- is to ask for new...

Koufodinas: Third November 17 Member Granted Prison Leave

Dimitris Koufodinas is the third imprisoned November 17 member granted furlough, after Christodoulos Xeros and Vassilis Tzortzatos, with the latter leaving often on  educational...

U.S. State Department Condemns Greek Terrorist Prison Leave

The United States Department of State on Thursday expressed dissatisfaction over the 48-hour furlough given to convicted Greek terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas. U.S. State Department spokesperson...

Son of House Speaker Among Those Embracing Nov. 17 Terrorist on Furlough

(Giorgos Voutsis-Vogiatzis in middle with cap and sunglasses) Giorgos Voutsis-Vogiatzis; son of President of the Greek Parliament Nikos Voutsis, was among the supporters of convicted...

Athens Polytechnic Anniversary: 13 Arrests, 5 Detentions After Clashes on Thursday

Thirteen people were arrested while five more were detained near the Athens Polytechnic late on Thursday alleged to be involved in the clashes that...

November 17: A Date to Burn and Vandalize Freely

It has been at least 20 years now that every November 17 is the day when Greeks wait to see the tally of destruction...

Greek PM: Polytechneio Symbolizes People’s Need for More Democracy

The Polytechneio uprising does not fade from memory because it symbolizes people's need and will for more democracy, said Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras...

Polytechneio Uprising Anniversary Continues to Be an Anti-American Celebration

The mayor of Kaisariani, a neighborhood in Athens, announced that U.S. President Barack Obama is persona non grata in Athens. No surprise there, as...

November 17 Mastermind: There are 8 Members of Terrorist Group Still At Large

The November 17 terrorist group mastermind, Alexandros Giotopoulos, sent a letter to Ethnos newspaper claiming there are eight group members who are still at...

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