Greek Supreme Court to Review Ruling on Grigoropoulos Murder Case

The Areos Pagos, Greece's supreme court, requested a copy of the court ruling on the case of teenager Alexandros Grigoropoulos on Friday. The fifteen-year-old...

Greece Raises Awareness for World Day Against Human Trafficking

Greek police authorities recorded 142 human trafficking cases in the years 2014-2018, with women being the majority of victims, according to a report which...

Former Cop Who Killed 15-Year-Old Grigoropoulos Released From Jail

The former police officer who was sentenced to 13 years' imprisonment for the murder of 15-year-old protester Alexandros Grigoropoulos in 2008 was released from jail...

Killers of Greek Man Near Acropolis Sentenced to Life

Two men were found guilty by a Greek court on Tuesday and were sentenced to life imprisonment for the 2018 murder of 25-year-old student...

EU Refers Greece and Spain to Court for Failure to Enact Data Protection Laws

The European Commission decided on Thursday to refer Greece and Spain to the European Court of Justice, since the two countries have so...

Exarchia Anarchists Say “We Will Fight” To Defend Neighborhoods

Greek anarchists have pledged to show the authorities that they are “A state within a state” in Exarchia, central Athens, in view of the...

Man Charged with Murder of Greek Rapper Testifies in Court

The man charged with the 2013 murder of rap singer Pavlos Fyssas testified on Thursday before a criminal appeals court in Athens. Giorgos Roupakias, a member...

Greek Justice Minister Debunks Reports That 17N Terrorists Could Get Early Release

Michael Kalogirou, Greece's Justice Minister, has claimed that reports suggesting that prominent "November 17" (17N) terrorists could get an early release are ''false''. New provisions...

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...

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