Greece Seeks WWII Antiquities From Germany

Already pressing Germany for 240 billion euros ($311.6 billion) for World War II reparations, Greece is also readying a case for the return of...

Ignoring EU, Greece Won’t Ban Golden Dawn

Although Greece’s government has said it will not ban the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party, the Council of Europe’s commissioner for human rights said there...

Cyprus Exempts 4 Foreign Banks From Controls

With Cypriots still barred from taking out more than 300 euros ($390) per day from bank accounts as part of capital controls imposed by...

Corruption Prosecutors Quit, Hand Over Cases

Ongoing investigators into a myriad of corruption cases in Greece are being turned over to new special prosecutors after the two men handling them,...

FBI Agents Train Greek Police

Two FBI agents came in Larissa in central Greece for the first time in order to train Greek police officers in modern crime detection...

Tsochatzopoulos Says He’ll Name Names

Former Defense Minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos, on trial with 18 others on a laundry list of corruption and money-laundering charges of allegedly stealing hundreds of...

Pontiki Publisher Uses Stay-Out-Jail-Card

The publisher of a satirical magazine that pokes fun at government officials and scandals has avoided prosecution on charges of receiving a 500,000 euros...

Tsochatzopoulos Says He Can’t Be Charged

Lawyers for former Greek defense minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos have asked a court to throw out a laundry list of corruption and money-laundering accusations against...

Mother of Greek Murdered by Racists Seeks Justice

On 15th June 2005, the sad news of the murder of 41-year-old Theodoros Voulgaridis, immigrant in Germany, and  father of two, reached his small...

Suspect In Girlfriend’s Death Turns Himself In

A 25-year-old man suspected of beating his 23-year-old girlfriend in Nea Makri, northeast of Athens, turned himself in to police on May 8, following...

Child Abuse Parent Suspects Detained

The Prosecutor and the Investigator decided the detention of both parents from Patras, who were sexually abusing their children and forcing them into orgies. According...

Tsochatzopoulos Gang Back To The Dock

Disgraced former defense minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos and 18 other suspects will appear again on May 8 before the three-member panel of the Athens Court...

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