The Greek Police (ELAS) has ordered an internal investigation into the police’s response to Monday’s attack on officers by a group of self-styled anarchists outside the Athens Court of First Instance which left three policemen injured.
The mayor of Samos, Michalis Angelopoulos, has written to Migration Minister Dimitris Vitsas calling for the immediate transfer of migrants from the island’s identification and processing center, or hotspot, to the mainland due to overcrowding.
A group of Greek-Cypriot university students went on a two-day hunger strike on Tuesday outside the Turkish Consulate in Thessaloniki on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the unilateral proclamation of the Turkish-Cypriot state in the occupied north of Cyprus on Thursday.
Supreme Court Prosecutor Xeni Dimitriou on Tuesday described the unknown attackers who planted a bomb outside the house of a deputy prosecutor as “people who move in the dark,” saying they have no “democratic culture.”
An accord reunifying ethnically split Cyprus could unlock a deal to convey gas discovered in fields off Israel, Egypt and Cyprus to markets through neighboring Turkey's existing pipeline network, the leader of the island's breakaway Turkish Cypriots said Monday.
Just days before the Holy Synod’s emergency meeting to discuss a tentative deal between Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Archbishop Ieronymos on relations between Church and state, bishops have been lining up to denounce and reject it.
The former prime minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Nikola Gruevski said on Tuesday he had fled to Hungary and was seeking political asylum there, six months after he was sentenced to two years in prison on corruption-related charges.