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Greek Prime Minister: No Special Treatment to MPs Breaking the Law

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras was outraged by the Michalis Liapis incident. Liapis, the former New Democracy MP as well as  the former Minister of Transport, was...

Golden Dawn Members on Trial for Murder

The 29-year-old fireman, Christos Steriopoulos, and 25-year-old private sector employee, Dionyssis Liakopoulos, appeared in court on Wednesday over charges of murdering a 27-year-old Pakistani in Athens on...

Golden Dawn’s State Funding Halted by Greek Parliament

The Greek parliament has voted in favour of halting State funding for Golden Dawn. All political parties were in support, apart from Golden Dawn of...

Vodafone Greece Slapped with 250 Million Euro Lawsuit

The Financial Times reported on Sunday, that a Greek retail partner of Vodafone has filed a 250 million euro ($343.26 million) lawsuit against...

Greek National Intelligence Anticipates Hit on IMF Rep

According to Kathimerini’s report, the Greek National Intelligence Security (EYP) anticipated an attack on the International Monetary Fund’s representative in Athens, Bob Traa.  An anti-regime...

Greek Authorities Arrest Pakistanis for Holding Syrians Captive

On Sunday, December 15, the Greek authorities arrested four Pakistanis that are members of a criminal organisation. According to the Greek Police, the organisation...

Greek Former PM George Papandreou on Marijuana: “Legalize it”

In an article entitled “An innovative approach to the use of marijuana,” which was uploaded on Mr. George Papandreou’s personal website, the former Prime...

New Evidence Against Greek Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn

New shocking evidence for the action and the methods of the Greek Neo-Nazi political party, Golden Dawn, is in the hands of the investigating...

Marfin and Ianos Attacks: Trial Postponed to May 2014

The trial for the attacks on Marfin Bank and “Ianos” bookstore has been postponed to the 14th of May 2014, by the Greek Mixed...

Suspected Burglars Open Fire on DIAS Police

After a barrage of burglaries in the region of Piraeus, a DIAS motorcycle-riding squad was called to the area to monitor the situation and...

Greek Court Finds Psomiadis Guilty of Match-Fixing

Makis Psomiades was convicted to four and a half years imprisonment for attempted blackmail and bribery by a Greek court. The 58-year-old businessman and...

BBG: Greeks Forced to Steal Electricity to Survive

  In a detailed report, Bloomberg refers to the thousands of Greek households that reconnect their electricity supply illegally on their own, as they cannot...

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