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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...

Government Reintroduces Criminalization of Blasphemy; Toughens Pedophile Sentences

Greek Minister of Justice Costas Tsiaras announced in Parliament on Monday that the government intends to bring forward some landmark changes to the country's Penal...

Council of State Nullifies Building Permit Given to High-Rise Building Near Acropolis

The Council of State, Greece's Supreme Administrative Court, announced on Friday that it is canceling the approval of a building permit for the construction...

19-Year Old Child Murderer from Petroupolis, Athens Released on Bail

The 19-year old mother who killed her own child after she gave birth to it in Petroupolis, Athens in 2018, was released on bail...

Lamia Court Upholds Conviction for Murderer of Alexandros Grigoropoulos

The court of Lamia ruled on Monday that the conviction and 13-year sentence for Epaminondas Korkoneas, the police special guard who killed 15-year-old protester Alexandros...

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...

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...

Two Germans Sentenced For Taking Down Greek Flag and Raising German Flag on Crete

Two 23-year old German nationals were sentenced by a court in Chania, Crete on Monday for taking down the Greek flag down from a flagpole...

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...

Greek Supreme Court Orders Investigation of Racist Incidents Involving Refugees

An investigation was ordered by Greece’s Supreme Court Prosecutor Xeni Demetriou on Thursday to investigate an attack on refugees which took place recently in Attica and...

Greek Bishop Amvrosios Found Guilty of Homophobia and Hatred

Amvrosios, the Greek-Orthodox bishop of Kalavryta, was found guilty of abuse of ecclesiastical office and incitement to hatred  by a court in Aigio on Monday. The...

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