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Riots Erupt Among Inmates at Athens’ Korydallos Prison

Widespread brawling among inmates erupted on Tuesday morning in Athens' Korydallos Prison. According to the first information available, the fights, which have also been termed as...

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...

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 Intelligence Service Refutes Plot Involving Ex PM Karamanlis’ Assassination

Documents from Greece's National Intelligence Service (EYP) intimating that the so called ''Pythia Plot" was a complete falsehood were leaked to the Greek press...

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...

Inmate at Greece’s Trikala Prison Dies from Head Injury

An unfortunate incident took place in Central Greece's Trikala prison on Friday, when an inmate tragically died after a fight he had with a...

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...

Prosecutors Send ”Novartis” Case to Greek Parliament

Greek prosecutors sent the file of the ''Novartis case'' to the Greek Parliament on Monday. The investigation conducted by prosecutors into an alleged bribery scandal...

Greek Judge Sicilianos Elected President of European Court of Human Rights

Greek judge Linos Alexandros Sicilianos was elected as President of the European Court of Human Rights on Monday. According to a press release issued by the...

Bankers and Party Employees To Face Charges Over Questionable Political Funding

Bank executives and employees of the New Democracy and PASOK parties will soon face criminal charges, Greek media reported on Friday, after financial prosecutors...

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...

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