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Human Rights Watch Slams Greece

Human Rights Watch used harsh language towards Greece and the EU in its annual report that was published on Tuesday January 21, 2014. “European...

Greek Parents Tried for Giving Birth at Home

An unusual kind of trial took place in the First Misdemeanor Court of Thessaloniki, Greece. It was probably the first time that so many...

Greek Supreme Court Paves Way for Reinstatement of Wages to Men and Women in...

The Greek Supreme Court's advisers voted almost unanimously in favor of thousands of military, police and coast guard personnel who saw their wages slashed...

Die Linke and Greek Major Opposition Party on Speaking Terms Again

The German Left Party “Die Linke” through their parliamentary spokesman on Foreign Affairs, Wolfgang Gehrcke, supports that Greece has every right to claim the...

21 Greek Public Sector Bodies May Be Abolished

It is rumored that the Greek Ministry of Administrative Reforms is planning on submitting a new legislative bill that will turn Greece's public sector upside...

15 Greek Bondholders Commit Suicide after Losses of 53.5%

According to the Association of Greek government’s Individual Bondholders, 15 bondholders have committed suicide over the past few months. The latest suicide was recorded...

New Photos of Greek Golden Dawn Members Holding Guns

New evidence delivered by the Hellenic Police Forensic Science Division, will add more elements strengthening the case against the paramilitary organization of Golden Dawn....

Anti-Smoking Law Returns Once More

The under-secretary for Health, Zeta Makris has signed a memo in which it is highlighted that smoking in public places is prohibited, in an...

Fifth Suicide in Central Prison of Cyprus

Chaos prevails at Nicosia Central Prison, after a 28 year-old convict from Bulgaria put an end to his life. This, just hours after the...

Greek ND Deputy Facing Charges for Breach of Duty

For more than four years, there has been an ongoing investigation over a loan and its distribution by Evrytania A.E. The loan’s guarantor was...

Anti-Smoking Law a Joke

While the Greek Ministry of Health has made it crystal clear that it will not tolerate further violation of the anti-smoking law, along with a campaign...

Greek Police Chief Accused by Amnesty International of Racist Comments

  Amnesty International has called on the Greek government to investigate allegations that the Greek Chief of Police advised officers that undocumented immigrants should be detained...

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