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Greece’s Transparency Authority is investigating allegations that a charity-run nursing home in the town of Volos administered Covid vaccines to individuals who were not on the list of people entitled to the jab right now.


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18.02.2021 / 09:20

Ransomware attacks against businesses and private citizens are on the rise in Greece, also due to the expansion of remote work, Kathimerini understands.


26.01.2021 / 12:12

We don’t know whether this particular item of fake news first appeared on a television news broadcast or was initially hatched by some fringe far-right website.


10.11.2020 / 09:54

Electronic crimes officers have arrested nine suspects in connection with three cases of internet banking fraud via swapped SIM cards and are investigating their possible involvement in another two.



04.10.2020 / 12:17

A long-running trial against the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party is expected to wrap up this coming week with judges scheduled to deliver their verdict on Wednesday as to whether GD operated as a criminal organization, carrying out a wave of attacks against political rivals and migrants. 


14.09.2020 / 17:27

Giorgos Paiteris was skeptical as bars and restaurants were shuttered and public transport restricted during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic in Greece. “I didn’t believe it all that much; it seemed so over-the-top,” he says of the lockdown imposed by the Greek government in March.



25.07.2020 / 15:16

It is the most popular tool used for advertising, communicating information and self-promotion, a means of direct digital interaction with millions of people. 




05.05.2020 / 11:03

Kathimerini visited the Sotiria Hospital in the northern Athenian suburb of Holargos for a glimpse into what goes on during a shift at the Covid-19 clinic.

 


10.04.2020 / 19:14

The apartment is small, measuring 60 square meters and housing four brothers and their aging mother. It has two bedrooms, a small lounge, a kitchen and one bathroom/toilet.


10.04.2020 / 17:33

The doctors and nurses who came into her room at the Greek capital’s Attikon Hospital were always in medical coveralls and masks. She couldn’t distinguish their features or roles – just their eyes, and that only when their goggles weren’t fogged up.