Greece’s highest court is expected to rule by May 11 whether the ultra far-right Golden Dawn party can be on the ballot for the EU Parliament.
Greek police said a terrorist group has gotten 15 million euros in bank robberies and that another escaped terrorist has been linked to a failed parcel bomb attack.
The government has not been doing enough to combat child poverty, Deputy Ombudsman Giorgos Moschos told a Greek parliamentary committee.
A Greek militant anarchist group has claimed responsibility for sending a parcel bomb to a regional police station, which was intercepted and destroyed without causing injuries or damage.
A ferry boat approaching the popular resort island of Santorini island in the Aegean Sea early on May 3 ran aground but eventually made it to port after other ships stood by.
Greek authorities are investigating widespread unlicensed carnivals in the wake of the death of a 13-year-old boy at an unlawful fairground.
Criticized for trying to muzzle dissidents, Greece has fallen in a world press freedom index to 92nd among 197 countries, with the biggest decline in the world.
Greece’s Parliament has cleared the way for charges to be brought against the last four lawmakers from the Golden Dawn party who have not yet been prosecuted.
Greece, still suffering the effects of harsh austerity measures, was listed as the 10th Most Miserable country in the world by the Cato Institute.
Greek police said they believe escaped terrorist Nikos Maziotis, who claimed responsibility for a Bank of Greece car bomb attack, took part in a bank robbery.