Golden Dawn spokesman Ilias Kasidiarias was cleared of wrongdoing for secretly taping a talk with an aide to former premier Antonis Samaras.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Oct. 9 went to Alexandroupoli in northern Greece to supervise an army training exercise and sat in the cockpit.
A police officer who was photographed while kicking a refugee in a reception center on the island of Lesbos has been identified.
Refugees are still risking perilous sea crossings from Turkey to land on Greek islands with the International Organization for Migration estimating some 7,000 land every day as the European Union said it would begin deportations and try to seal its borders.
The most corrupt country in the European Union has no real desire to fight the problem, the man charged with trying to stop it in Greece says.
Trikala, a rural town in northern Greece, has been chosen to test a driverless bus in real traffic conditions for the first time, part of a European project to revolutionize mass transport and wean its cities off oil dependency over the next 30 years.
Greece’s third bailout is doomed to fail if the government imposes more austerity, a former chief economist of the IMF said.
The trial against Golden Dawn heard the sister of an anti-fascist hip-hop artist who police said was killed by a party member.
The European Union has given Greece two months to double taxes on tsipouro which producers say could cut deep into sales.
Justice Minister Nikos Paraskevopoulos said he will go ahead with plans to let disabled inmates serve prison terms at home and wants to decongest jails.