Far-right MP detained for attacking fellow lawmaker

Konstantinos Floros, order lawmaker with far-right Spartiates party, was detained on Wednesday following a physical attack against another lawmaker in Parliament, during a debate over a defamation lawsuit. 

Former Spartiates MP punches lawmaker during Parliament debate

Greeks bounce back to holiday home buying

Greek buyers are now making a dynamic return to the holiday home market, for the first time since the outbreak of the financial crisis.

Commission refers Greece to EU Court over delayed hospital payments to suppliers

The European Commission decided on Wednesday to refer Greece to the EU’s Court of Justice for not applying correctly the rules under the Late Payment Directive.

President marks anniversary of Armenian Genocide

Acknowledgement and vigilance is required for the victims of the Armenian Genocide, Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou said in a statement on Wednesday, marking the 109th anniversary since the start of a systematic extermination of one and a half million Armenians during the last period of the Ottoman Empire.

Forty-seven wild animals found poisoned in Evros

A record number of animals, most of them wild, were found dead in the northeastern border region of Evros, a local environmental group said on Tuesday, adding that their death was the result of poisoned baits.


European Union auditors said on Wednesday that they are unable to establish whether some of the billions of euros the bloc has given to Turkey to help it cope with Syrian refugees is actually having any impact.