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Court mulls constitutionality of TV auction

The Council of State’s plenary session was convening late into Wednesday night to rule on the constitutionality of a recent government auction of television licenses which reduced the number of permits to four.


Ioannina student’s alleged bullies may face murder charges

The prosecutor in the trial of the 2015 death of student Vangelis Giakoumakis in the northwestern city of Ioannina is proposing that charges of aggravated suicide should apply as regards a group of fellow students alleged to have beaten and bullied the 20-year-old.



Thessaloniki exhibition remembers Europe at war

Anastasia Vogiatzi, a 77-year-old retired kindergarten teacher, is seen standing in front of a photograph showing her as a child next to a German officer during World War II, on Wednesday. The photograph is part of an exhibition currently on at Thessaloniki’s Ioannis Vellidis Center titled ‘I Don’t Forget! One Image Is Worth a Thousand Words,’ depicting scenes from several European cities in the period between 1940 and 1944. Vogiatzi met President Prokopis Pavlopoulos, who toured the exhibition on Wednesday. [Nikos Arvanitis/ANA-MPA]