Three Defendants Accused of Nikolas Moustakas’ Murder Sent to Prison on Remand

As they await trial, the three men who allegedly pushed 25-year-old student Nikolas Moustakas off Athens' Philopappou Hill during a tragic robbery gone wrong,...

EgyptAir Plane Hijacker Extradited from Cyprus

According to statements from Egypt's chief prosecutor, Nabil Sadek, Cyprus has extradited the hijacker of an EgyptAir plane that diverted to the island. Seif Eddin...

Public Prosecutor Investigating Greek Fires

The Athens Prosecutor's Office is continuing to investigate the East Attica fires of July 23 that caused the death of at least 91 people,...

First Citizen Lawsuit for East Attica Fires Filed by Retired Navy Officer

The first lawsuit by a private citizen over the devastating fire in East Attica on July 23 was filed with the chief prosecutor of...

November 17 Killer Given More Prison Leave

A Greek judge decided on Thursday to give jailed N17 hitman Dimitris Koufodinas a 48-hour prison leave, the third in the space of a few months. Koufodinas —...

Turkish Coup Suspects ‘Want to Leave Greece’

Eight Turkish ex-servicemen who fled from Turkey after an attempted coup in July 2016 want to leave Greece once they are granted asylum, their...

Greece’s Top Judge Quits Over Media Leaks

The President of the Hellenic Council of State, Greece's highest court, Nikolaos Sakellariou has unexpectedly resigned following what he called unacceptable leaks of the court's...

No Laughing Matter as Greek Court Sentences Man for Posting ‘Defamatory’ Smiley Emoji

A Greek court has handed down a six-month sentence to a man for using a Facebook laughing emoticon underneath a post advertising a business...

No Changes in Self-Defense Legislation, says Greek Justice Minister

There is no question of making any changes to the existing legislation in regards to cases of self-defense when a citizen is threatened by...

Prosecutor Appeals Acquittal Decision for Metropolitan over Hate Speech

The Aigio Public Prosecutor on Monday appealed a court decision that acquitted the Metropolitan of Kalavryta and Aigialeia Amvrosios on charges of racist comments ...

Greek Government Attacks Court Decision on Religion Lessons

The Greek government has launched an attack on the Council of State after this week's decision that changes in grade-school religion lessons are unconstitutional. The...

Council of State Deems Changes in Religion Lessons Unconstitutional

The Council of State on Tuesday ruled that the changes made by former education minister Nikos Filis in religion lessons are unconstitutional and contrary...

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