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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

Greek state wins case against Athens International Airport

The Athens Administrative Court of Appeals on Monday ruled in favour of the Greek state in its legal dispute with the "Athens International Airport (AIA)" company and the German company "Hochtief"
September 29, 2014

Turk sentenced to life in Greece on charges of human trafficking

A 27-year-old amateur fisherman was sentenced to life in Greece on charges of human trafficking, while his family in Turkey claims he was only sailing near a boat full of illegal immigrants.
Daily Sabah: September 26, 2014

Greek woman 'buried alive by accident'

Police in northern Greece say they are investigating reports that a woman woke up to find herself buried in a coffin, only to die before being rescued.
BBC: September 26, 2014

European Commission Asks Court To Fine Greece For Poor Waste Management

In its monthly package of infringement decisions, the European Commission on Thursday took 147 decisions, including 39 reasoned opinions and 4 referrals to the European Union's Court of Justice,
RTT News: September 25, 2014

Mississauga Greek group sues over alleged Orthodox church deal

The community group claims a business man broke his promise to build a church and still have nothing after 34 years of work
Toronto Star: September 25, 2014

Vassilis Paleokostas: Greece's Robin Hood?

Researched and written by Los Angeles-based British journalist Jeff Maysh, The Uncatchable takes an immersive approach to explain the biography of a Vassilis Paleokostas, dubbed Greece’s Robin Hood, because of his legendary habit of distributing the proceeds of his crimes to people in need
Enet: September 25, 2014

Cyprus rescue mission for 300 stranded in boat off Paphos

Cyprus has launched a rescue mission for 300 people, thought to be Syrian refugees, stranded off the island's west coast.
BBC: September 25, 2014