Greek-owned ship crew rescued, one mariner missing

The US Naval Forces Central Command announced Sunday the rescue of the crew, with one mariner still missing, from the Greek-owned M/V Tutor, a Liberian-flagged vessel, by sailors of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group following a Houthi attack in the Red Sea.

Security ring round Athens for Euro final

In response to public calls and threats by members of the Islamic State to carry out terrorist attacks during sporting events in the EU, Greece’s security and intelligence services are on full alert for Wednesday night’s 2024 UEFA Europa Conference League final between Olympiakos and Italy’s Fiorentina at the AEK Arena in Nea Filadelfia in western Athens.

Prosecutor says Sept 11 suspects can be held past war crimes sentence

Regardless of the outcome of their someday trial, the men accused of plotting the attacks of Sept 11, 2001, can be held forever as prisoners in the war against terrorism in a form of preventive detention, a military prosecutor told the presiding judge on Wednesday.

Greece also on alert after Moscow terror attack

In the wake of the gruesome attack last Friday in Moscow and the mounting concerns among Western security and intelligence agencies, the Hellenic Police and the National Intelligence Service have reportedly jointly decided to intensify checks at the country’s entry points, migrant detention centers and beyond. 

Foreign Ministry shocked at Moscow attack

The Foreign Ministry has expressed its sympathy to the families of the victims of the attack on the Crocus City Hall near Moscow, in which scores of people were killed in a terrorist attack claimed by Islamic State.