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Korean Tourist Says Greek Police Beat Him

South Korean back packer Hyun Young Jung, who had been traveling through Europe for more than a year before reaching Greece, has claimed he was...

Court Cuts Jobless Mother’s Debt 90%

With many Greeks unable to pay their debts because of an avalanche of pay cuts, tax hikes and slashed pensions, the number of loans...

Two Greeks Arrested in Immigrant Attacks

With racist attacks in Greece rapidly rising, police said they arrested two men and charged them with assaulting three Bangladeshi migrants in separate incidents. Police...

EU Court Backs ECB’s Greek Secrecy

The General Court of the European Union has ruled the European Central Bank (ECB) properly refused to release documents about Greece’s deteriorating economy in...

Greek Man Charged With Stealing 9M Data Files

In a case calling into question again the security of data in Greece, a 35-year-old man has been arrested and charged on suspicion of...

Acquitted Greek Journalist Prosecuted Again

Investigative journalist Costas Vaxevanis, who was acquitted of violation of privacy laws after publishing the names of 2,059 Greeks with $1.95 billion in secret...

Greece Prosecutes Corpus Christi for Blasphemy

The public prosecutor’s office in Athens has charged the organizers, producers and cast of the play Corpus Christi with blasphemy following a lawsuit filed...

Prosecutor Probing Venizelos, Papaconstantinou

Former finance ministers from the PASOK Socialist party, George Papaconstantinou, and Evangelos Venizelos – now the party’s head – will be investigated by Parliament...

Vaxevanis Says Rich Elite Rules Greece

As he faces trial on charges of violating privacy laws for publishing a list of 2,059 Greeks with $1.95 billion in deposits in a...
Costas Vaxevanis

Journalist Who Leaked “Lagarde List” Arrested

Greek Police arrested the journalist who published the list with the names of 2,059 people who made $1.95 billion in deposits in the Geneva, Switzerland HSBC bank branch....

Survey Ranks Greece Worst Offender of Human Rights

An independent survey conducted by the London-based organization Fair Trials International and the international law firm Clifford Chance, revealed that Greece is among the...

Greek Judges Threaten MP’s With Wage Cuts, Taxes

Angry that their pay is going to be cut as part of new austerity measures, Greek judges – who have been performing only minimal...

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