Terror convict gets life for 2014 bomb attack outside central bank


Panagiota Roupa, a leading member of domestic terrorist group Revolutionary Struggle, was on Wednesday given a life term, and an additional 25-year sentence, for a car bomb attack outside the Bank of Greece headquarters in central Athens in April 2014.

Roupa, 49, was arrested in January 2017 after three years on the run. Her partner Nikos Maziotis, the group’s self-professed leader, has appealed his conviction for the same blast.

He was given a life sentence for it in 2016.