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Veteran basketball player Misounof arrested for drugs and gun possession

Veteran basketball player Michail Misounof was arrested on Thursday charged with drugs and gun possession.
October 11, 2014

Loukanikos, Greece's famous riot dog, breathes his last

One of Time magazine's top 100 personalities of 2011, the late Loukanikos took part in all the major demonstrations against troika-imposed austerity, always on the side of the people
Enet: October 9, 2014

Remembering the Greek Jews who participated in the Auschwitz revolt 70 years ago

On 7 October 1944, having learned that the SS was going to liquidate much of the squad, the members of the Sonderkommando, including Greeks, rose in revolt, setting fire to a crematorium and attacking SS guards with hammers, axes and stones
Enet: October 8, 2014

Review on medical charges reveals extensive fraud by private clinics

Two separate hospital admissions for one patient during the same period of time, gynecological exams for men and pregnancy-related checks for women over 60 years of age are some of the flagrant cases of unlawful charges made by private clinics
October 8, 2014

Greek police foil far-left militant bomb plot

Greek police said Thursday they foiled a planned weekend bomb attack by a far-left militant group against the headquarters of the country's ruling center-right New Democracy party
Kansas City Star: October 3, 2014

Man arrested at Vyronas garage charged with participating in terrorist organization

A young man who was arrested Thursday at a garage in the Vyronas district of Athens was later in the day charged on several counts including participation in a terrorist organization.
October 3, 2014

Cyprus school denies Muslims right to Eid holiday

Turkish Cypriot students attending an English school in the Greek Cypriot-controlled south Cyprus are told they cannot have time off for Eid as it is a 'Chrstian school'.
World Bulletin: October 1, 2014

Demolition of uninhabited homes at Roma camp goes ahead

uthorities on Wednesday went ahead with the contentious demolition of 12 uninhabited residences at a Roma camp in the northern Athenian suburb of Halandri
eKathimerini: October 1, 2014

Greek court says OPAP's betting monopoly is legal

A Greek court ruled on Tuesday that OPAP's betting monopoly in the country is legal, court officials said, rejecting a long-standing challenge by rival firms and securing the company's market dominance in Greece.
Reuters: September 30, 2014

Air traffic controllers announce 48-hour strike

The Greek Air Traffic Controllers' Association has announced a 48-hour strike in the country's airports scheduled for Saturday 4 October and Sunday 5 October as GTP website reports today.
September 30, 2014