Trafficking Ring Ferrying Migrants From Greece to Italy Discovered

On Saturday, July 18, Greek authorities announced that they had arrested six suspects involved with trafficking migrants from Greece to Italy, using sailboats to...

45-Year-Old Man Attacks Greek Tax Office Employees with Axe

In a shocking series of events, police arrested a man who barged into a tax office in Kozani, Thessaloniki on Thursday and began to...

Police Arrest Two Bulgarian Men in Attempted Kidnapping in Pyrgos

Two men from Bulgaria have been taken into custody after allegedly attempting to kidnap a fourteen-year-old boy in Pyrgos. The crime occurred on Thursday,...

Fake Doctor Charged for Causing Three Deaths in Greece

Greek police released on Monday photos of the 47-year-old suspect Nikos Kontostathis who has been posing as a doctor allegedly causing the deaths of...

Athanasios Rantos Elected New President of Greece’s Council of State

The Greek cabinet, following the proposal of Justice Minister Costas Tsiaras, has named Athanasios Rantos to be the next President of the Council of...

Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov Calls Bitcoin Figure’s Extradition “Unacceptable”

The Supreme Administrative Court of Greece has suspended the extradition of Alexander Vinnik, often referred to as "Mr. Bitcoin," pending a review of his...

Greek Court Suspends Extradition of Russian Bitcoin Laundering Suspect

Russian national's Alexander Vinnik extradition to France where he is sought on money laundering charges has been temporarily suspended by the Greek Council of...

Man Jailed for 11 Months After Greek Police Mistake Baking Flour for Drugs

A North Macedonia citizen spent 11 months in a Greek jail suspected of drug trafficking after Greek police mistook a bag of baking flour...

Siemens Hellas Scandal Ringleaders Receive Heavy Prison Sentences

Fourteen long year after the launch of the trial of dozens of people linked to the Siemens bribery scandal, an Athens court handed down...

EU Takes Greece to Court Over Illegal State Aid to Mining Company Larco

The European Commission announced on Wednesday that it will bring Greece to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for failing to recover state aid...

Greek Court Finds 22 Guilty in Siemens Bribery Trial

Twenty-two defendants in the Siemens bribery scandal were found guilty by a Greek court on Tuesday, an incredible fourteen years after a judicial inquiry...

Golden Dawn Leader Claims to be Victim of Political Plot in Historic Trial

Golden Dawn party leader and founder Nikos Michaloliakos took the stand for the first time on Wednesday in the ongoing trial against the Greek...

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