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.
A free food distribution by open-air market producers who are on strike turned into a free-for-all rush for fruits and vegetables on April 30.
Greek authorities say they destroyed a powerful parcel bomb packed with nails and bolts that was delivered to a regional police station, labeled as containing religious books.
Amnesty International said the European Union should impose sanctions for what it called “unlawful and shameful” expulsion of refugees and immigrants.
A prosecutor is looking at the finances of the PASOK Socialists for possible embezzlement after it was reported that 100 million euros ($138 million) is missing.
Farmers who conduct Greece’s popular open air markets said they will begin an open-ended strike on April 28 to protest changes to legislation on how the markets are managed.
The probe into Greece’s ultra-far right Golden Dawn party is looking for a connection between the extremists and police, many of whom are believed to be sympathizers.
The Greek government is planning tougher conditions for furloughs for hardened criminals, after two vanished and said they’d return to violence.