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Prosecutors raid offices of Novartis in Athens over alleged bribery scandal

Corruption prosecutors raided the offices of Swiss drug maker Novartis in Athens a few days ago as part of an ongoing investigation over bribery allegations, sources told Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA) on Tuesday. According to the same sources, the prosecutors requested a thorough search to gather electronic data and documents …

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Prosecutor orders exhumation of “euthanasia” journalist Velios

Authorities in Athens ordered the exhumation of the remains of journalist Alexandros Velios, after a report in the media implied that the cancer patient received assistance to put an end into his life. A chief prosecutor in Athens ordered the exhumation as well as toxicological and tissue tests to determine …

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Financially broke and homeless, a man kills himself in Athens Home for Elderly

A 73-year-old man shot and killed himself in the Athens Nursing Home for Elderly in the night of Wednesday to Thursday. The man was financially broke due to the economic crisis and homeless. He was allowed to live in the Nursing home after a decision of the board of directors. …

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Aunt strangles her 4-year-old niece, when mother wants to have the child back

A human tragedy: the husband of a 45-year-old woman made a horrible finding when he entered his home on Wednesday. His wife with open wrists, his wife’s 4-year-old niece dead. The woman was still alive and was taken to the hospital to receive medical aid. She reportedly confessed to have …

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UNHR “Humanitarian crisis in Greece has worsened” after 5 years of fiscal adjustment

The independent investigator from the United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner concluded his mission on the effects of the foreign debt crisis, the creditors’ adjustment program and the impact on economic, social and cultural Human rights. In the UNHR website, Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky posted his preliminary report …

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