A government check of phone lines between key minister’s phones didn’t show any wiretaps, Greek officials said.
Police said they fear a car bomb that exploded outside a main Bank of Greece office was the work of two terrorists on the loose.
Four months after setting aside a bill to stiffen penalties for crimes concerning hate, the Greek government has put it back on the table.
A prosecutor has asked Parliament to lift the immunity of Golden Dawn’s spokesman so he can face charges of making and using an unlawful recording.
Suspected domestic terrorists exploded a car bomb outside a Bank of Greece building in the heart of Athens April 10, causing damage but no injuries in a brazen attack hours before a landmark bond issue by the financially struggling country.
Six Greek prison guards are in custody during a probe into the death of an Albanian inmate who had stabbed a guard to death.
Makis Psomiadis, the former owner of the struggling AEK soccer team, got a 10-year jail sentence for embezzling 21 million euros.
Iranian students gathered in front of the Greek Embassy in Tehran to protest a European Union human rights resolution.
The J. Paul Getty Museum will return a 12th Century New Testament manuscript to a monastery in Greece after it was found to be stolen.
A Greek journalist was arrested after a lawmaker complained she didn’t like an article that was written about her.