Cyprus Serial Killer Convicted; Sentenced to Seven Life Sentences

Nikos Metaxas, the National Guard Officer who was accused of murdering five women and two girls in Cyprus, was convicted on Monday afternoon in...

The Greek Jail that Became a Library

The authorities on the island of Crete recently found an innovative way to reuse the former jail for the city of Chania, in order...

Greek Government Backs Down Over Definition Of Rape After Outcry

The Greek government announced on Thursday a “legislative improvement” of a controversial definition of rape included in a reformed penal code, after women's organizations...

Greek Parliament Mulls New Penal Code

The Greek government on Monday brought forward for debate proposed legislation on the reformed penal code, which includes the reclassification of certain felonies and...

Defiant Tsipras Goes Ahead with Appointing Top Judges, Despite Outcry

Greek PM Alexis Tsipras announced to his cabinet on Friday afternoon that his government will go ahead with its decision to appoint Greece's new...

Greek Opposition Cries Foul Regarding Delay in Elections

Greek conservative opposition party New Democracy (ND) on Wednesday accused the governing SYRIZA Party of delaying the date of the snap elections in order...

Suspected Greek Parliament Vandal Released on Bail

A man arrested after a group of anarchists splashed red paint on the outer walls of the parliament building in Athens earlier in the...

Greek Supreme Court Rules Convicted Terrorist Can Get Another Prison Furlough

The Greek Supreme Court (Areios Pagos) on Thursday overturned a ruling blocking convicted November 17 terrorist Dimitris Koufontinas from receiving another furlough from jail. A...

Investors’ Calls for Compensation Over Greek Bailout Rejected by EU Court

The European Union's General Court made public on Thursday that the private investors who wished to be compensated for the losses they endured during...

Austerity Cuts for Civil Servants Are Legal, Says Greece’s Top Court

The Council of State, Greece's highest court, ruled on Friday that the austerity cuts imposed on the country's civil servants during the years of...

Supreme Court Prosecutor Appeals Rejection of N17 Terrorist’s Furlough Request

Supreme Court Prosecutor Xenia Dimitriou on Friday appealed a judicial council decision not to grant a new furlough to November 17 terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas,...

Turkey Blasts Greek Court’s Decision to Acquit Nine Jailed Before Erdogan Visit

Turkey criticized Greece on Wednesday for acquitting nine people jailed before a 2017 visit by the Turkish president. They had been accused of plotting...

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