Ten years since the murder of Pavlos Fyssas marked

The 10-year anniversary of the murder of anti-fascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas on Monday was marked with a large gathering in the Piraeus suburb of Keratsini, where the artist was stabbed to death by a member of neo-Nazi Golden Dawn.

Lives cost little on Greece’s streets

On a hot summer’s day on August 17, 2017, university students Yiannis, aged 19, and Stella, 20, were out for a walk with their dog on a street outside the Technical University of Crete in Hania. They were happy – or at least that’s what their families want to believe.

Pylos shipwreck survivors sue authorities

Survivors of a migrant shipwreck off Pylos, southern Greece, in June, in which hundreds died, filed a lawsuit against the Greek authorities on Thursday, accusing them of violating their duty to protect the lives of the people on board the vessel.

Migrant trafficker cases expedited in Greece

Amid an increase in migrant flows, a deputy Supreme Court prosecutor with exclusive responsibility for migration and monitoring cases of migrant traffickers in a systematic manner will be appointed to expedite judicial processes.

In Varvitsiotis’ mind

Understanding the intent behind Shipping Minister Miltiadis Varvitsiotis’ statement following the tragic death of 36-year-old Antonis Karyotis is challenging.