Turkey to Pay Greek Woman €14 Mln for Refusing Her Inheritance Rights

The European Court of Human Rights decided that Turkey should pay a Greek woman 14.3 billion euros for refusing to recognize her inheritance rights. Based...

Greeks Included on ‘The Panama Papers’ List

The "Panama Papers" scandal has caused huge turmoil in the global financial and political community, since renowned personalities are included on the list of offshore...

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...

Dejan Vucovic’s Appeal to FYROM’s Extradition Request to Be Discussed By Greece’s Supreme Court

The extradition request from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) of Dejan Vucovic will be discussed in Greece's supreme court on Wednesday. Vucovic is...

Tsipras Meets Top Greek Judges to Assure No Pay Cuts to Judicial Body

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Thursday met with Greece's presidents of supreme courts and assured them that there will be no pay cuts to...

Official Probe Launched Into Images Showing Greek Policeman Kicking Migrants

New pictures circulating on social media allege that not everything went smoothly while Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was giving Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann a...

Threats to Prosecutors and Judges will Not Influence Noor 1 Drug Smuggling Trial, Prosecutors’...

According to a statement released on Monday from the union representing Greek judges and prosecutors, threats have been made towards prosecutor Maria Troupi, who...

Judge’s Death May Result in 2nd ‘Indefinite Adjournment’ of Siemens Bribery Case

The trial of Greek former transport minister Tassos Mantelis, who has been indicted for allegedly accepting bribes from Siemens slush funds, may well become...

Greek Court Rejects ”Mr. Bitcoin’s” Appeal for Release

The misdemeanors court of Piraeus has rejected an appeal for release from detention on behalf of the Russian national Alexander Vinnik, also known by...

First Conviction for Spreading False News on the Web in Greece

The First Misdemeanor Court of Veria convicted a website owner for spreading false news on the internet, making this the first court conviction regarding...

Lawyers’ Strike Deemed Illegal by Top Greek Court

Greece's Council of State, it's top administrative court, decided that the Greek lawyers strike that started on January 12 is illegal and in violation...

Council of State Rules ENFIA Property Taxes Illegal in Four Cases

Following appeals from taxpayers to look into the way in which ENFIA property tax is calculated in Greece, the country's highest court, the Council...

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