The Greek government is planning tougher conditions for furloughs for hardened criminals, after two vanished and said they’d return to violence.
A radical Greek anarchist group has claimed responsibility for a car bomb attack on a branch of the country’s central bank in Athens.
Suffering under an ongoing economic crisis and austerity measures, Greek workers are the unhappiest in all the EU’s 28 countries, a poll published by Eurobarometer has found.
Two immigrants who were held in a Greek detention camp have been awarded 8,000 euros ($11,035) each by an EU court which found the conditions were “degrading.”
Greece has recorded its first case of the potentially fatal respiratory disease known as MERS, and the patient is in critical condition.
Harsh austerity measures in Greece were so severe that it led to 551 people killing themselves out of despair in only two years, a report has claimed.
Greek police say one person has died and several have been seriously injured in separate incidents during Easter celebrations, including three Americans.
The environmental protection group Greenpeace has warned that bees in Greece are showing the effects of pesticides and are being killed off.
Greek authorities are probing the death of an Albanian inmate in a prison, weeks after another was allegedly tortured and beaten to death by guards.
A flurry of good economic indicators for Greece isn’t translating into all that much good news for Prime Minister Antonis Samaras.