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FBI Goes After Indymedia in Greece

United States surveillance of progressive media continues.
teleSUR English: September 18, 2014

Police report identifies officers with ties to Golden Dawn

A year after the killing of leftist rapper Pavlos Fyssas by a Golden Dawn supporter amid allegations of links between the neofascist party and the Hellenic Police, a report by the force’s internal affairs department has identified several officers
eKathimerini: September 17, 2014

Greece comes last in EU social justice index

Of the six indicators measured in the Bertelsmann Foundation social justice report, Greece came last in four: access to education, access to the labour market, social cohesion and non-discrimination and intergenerational equity
Enet: September 17, 2014

Pistorius found guilty of 'culpable homicide'

South African track star Oscar Pistorius has been found guilty of culpable homicide, but cleared of other more serious murder charges in connection with the killing of his girlfriend.
September 12, 2014

562 civil servants fired in 2014 for transgressions including absenteeism and stealing

A total of 562 civil servants have been fired from the beginning of the year for misconduct, the ministry of Administrative Reform said on Tuesday.
September 9, 2014

Pavlos Fyssas murder trial expected to start before the end of the year

The trial over the September 2013 murder of anti-fascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas by a self-proclaimed member of Golden Dawn, an act that sparked a large-scale investigation
eKathimerini: September 9, 2014

Hospital staff to protest on Wednesday

A draft law setting up a new hospital payments agency, the Hospital Payment Systems Company SA, triggered a storm of protest from doctors and staff in hospitals, whose unions announced protest actions.
September 9, 2014

Greek island police chief snapped giving Nazi salute

Hydra island police chief is photographed giving a Nazi salute in a transport museum in Germany, where such behaviour is punishable with imprisonment of up to three years or a fine
Enet: September 8, 2014

Greek workers stage anti-austerity demonstration in Thessaloniki

Hundreds of people have held a peaceful demonstration in northern Greece to denounce austerity measures that the government has imposed to appease foreign creditors to help cap the country’s deepening debt crisis.
Press TV: September 6, 2014

Greece requests emergency EU aid to fund migrant surge

Greece has asked for 63 million euros in funding to cope with a surge in migrants from Africa and the Middle East. Numbers are expected to triple on 2013's figures by the end of the year.
Deutsche Welle: September 5, 2014