Torture Found in Albanian Inmate’s Death

- April 6, 2014

A Greek police internal affairs investigation has reportedly found an Albanian inmate in a Greek prison was beaten and tortured, leading to his death.

Greece Health Care Reels in Crisis

- April 6, 2014

Greece’s health ministry is merging clinics and creating a new national healthcare network to make the system more efficient amid budget cuts.

Corruption Levels Slow in Greece

- April 4, 2014

More Greeks are refusing to pay bribes, driving down the rate of corruption in the country that has the worst in the European Union.

EU Foreign Ministers in Athens

- April 4, 2014

EU Foreign Ministers are Athens for a two-day informal meeting, with talks on the first day to focus on the situation in Syria and in Ukraine.

Prosecutor Probes Baltakos Affair Video

- April 4, 2014

An Athens prosecutor will probe a videotape showing a former aide to Prime Minister Antonis Samaras alleging charges against Golden Dawn were trumped up.

Amnesty Group Blasts Greek Cops

- April 4, 2014

The rights group Amnesty International said it has found a culture of impunity and abuse within the Greek police.

Tsochatzopoulos Gets Mansion Sentence

- April 3, 2014

Former Greek defense minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos was given a 5 1/2-year suspended sentence for failing to disclose a mansion he lived in under the Acropolis.

Ericsson Worker Outlines Greek Bribe

- April 3, 2014

A former worker for Swedish mobile telecoms maker Ericsson said the company paid 16.6 million to an agent who bribed Greek officials.

Prison Guards Charged In Inmate Death

- April 1, 2014

Eight Greek prison guards were charged April 1 with torturing to death an Albanian convict accused of fatally stabbing a guard in another jail.