MP’s Driver Fired For Nazi Salute

- March 28, 2014

New Democracy lawmaker Yiannis Tragakis has fired his driver after a photograph of the man performing a Nazi salute was made public.

Inmate Fatally Beaten After Guard Killing

- March 28, 2014

Greek authorities said an Albanian inmate who killed a prison guard at Malandrino Prison in central Greece was found dead in his cell but didn’t give the cause.

Greece Plans Free Wi-Fi For All

- March 27, 2014

Free Internet access will be available for all in Greece later this year through 4,000 Wi-Fi points in open and closed public spaces.

Greek Anarchists Push Out Drug Dealers

- March 27, 2014

Greek police said they believe that anarchists dragged drug dealers out of the neighborhood of Exarchia that is a hotbed of leftist movements.

Greek Graffiti Artists Spray Thoughts

- March 27, 2014

Ancient Greeks chiseled their messages into marble. They would probably be amazed how the illicit art form has evolved in Athens centuries later.

Rights Groups Slams Immigrant Law

- March 26, 2014

Rights groups want Greece to drop plans to change a law that would allow for the deportation of migrants making false claims of abuse.

Inmate Kills Greek Prison Guard

- March 25, 2014

Authorities say an inmate serving a life sentence in a prison in central Greece fatally stabbed a guard, reportedly after being refused a furlough.

Greek VIPs Get Private March 25 Parade

- March 25, 2014

Greece celebrated its Independence Day with a military parade mostly closed to the public to protect dignitaries and VIPs from being heckled over austerity.

The Other Man Helps Greece’s Needy

- March 25, 2014

In Greece, where things seem are falling apart and few care about people, there are some who make a difference, such as Constantinos Polychronopoulos.

Mykonos Looking at Summer Drought

- March 25, 2014

Mykonos,faces a serious drought risk this summer unless immediate measures are taken to avert water shortages, officials there said.