European Commission Asks EU Court To Fine Greece For Water Pollution

The European Commission on Thursday asked the EU's highest court, the European Court of Justice, to fine Greece over water pollution due to agricultural activity. Referring...

Twenty People Charged in Deadly Fire in Mati, Greece

The Athens Prosecutor's Office announced on Tuesday that twenty people will be brought up on charges related to the deadly fire at the resort...

Former Greek Statistics Chief Acquitted for Third Time

The Appeals Justices Council on Thursday issued a ruling that for the third time acquits Andreas Georgiou, the former head of Greece's statistical...

Greece Amends Driving Restrictions for Vintage Vehicles

The Greek government has updated the rules of driving vintage cars on the roadways as of Friday. The new rules come as a joint decision...

Ioannina Cleaner Sentenced to Eight Years For Forged School Diploma

A cleaner from the Greek city of Ioannina has been convicted and sentenced to eight years imprisonment for forging her primary school diploma in order...

Greek Ministry of Justice Refutes Reports on Terrorist Koufontinas’ New Furlough

The Greek Ministry of Justice, Transparency and Human Rights denied Saturday reports suggesting that the terrorist of ''November 17'' group Dimitris Koufontinas was granted another...

Turkey Places Officers Granted Asylum on “Wanted” List

The Turkish Interior Ministry on Tuesday included the eight servicemen who fled to Greece the day after the 2016 uprising to their list of...

Russia Demands Greece Extradite Bitcoin Suspect

Moscow expects Athens to extradite back to his own country the Russian national Alexander Vinnik, a bitcoin fraud suspect who has been in a Greek...

Greek Opposition Leader Warns Rule of Law “Under Threat”

Leader of the New Democracy (ND) Party Kyriakos Mitsotakis warned on Thursday that the separation of powers, and even democracy in Greece, are being undermined...

European Court Rules Against Greece in Sharia Law Case

The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Wednesday that Greece violated a prohibition on discrimination by applying Islamic religious law to an inheritance...

Gold-Smuggling Suspects to be Released From Jail

The eight suspects who had been arrested and held on charges of illegally smuggling gold out of the country are set to be released,...

Terrorist Xiros to Remain in Prison

The Piraeus Appeals Council on Monday rejected convicted terrorist Savvas Xiros' request to be released from jail to serve the remainder of his sentence...

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