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EP-Vice MEP Eva Kaili arrested in Brussels on suspicion of corruption

+++Socialist MEP and Vice President of the European Parliament Eva Kaili has been arrested by Belgian authorities on corruption suspicion related to Qatar, Belgian media,, French AFP and Greek state-run news agency amna report late on Friday. Citing a source with knowledge of the case AFP reported Kaili’s arrest after …

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Gov’t replaced board of children’s charity following abuse claims

The Greek government on Tuesday replaced the board of child welfare NGO Kivotos tou Kosmou (Arch of the World), with its sole guideline being the interests of the highly vulnerable children living in the care of the charity. The decision was made at a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Kyriakos …

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Children’s charity under investigation for minors’ abuse

One of the well-known and most respectable children’s charities in Greece is under investigation for the sexual and physical abuse of at least a minor in one of its facilities. The children’s charity is an non-governmental organization that has helped thousands of Greek and migrant children since it was established …

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Prosecutor orders investigation into Agia Pelagia deadly flood; Anti-flood project under scrutiny

The deadly flood where two people died in Agia Pelagia on the island of Crete has triggered the intervention of the local judicial authorities that ordered an urgent preliminary investigation. The head of the Prosecutor’s Office of Heraklion, Thanasis Galina, ordered on Monday an urgent preliminary examination for the deadly …

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Jack Fenton: Two obstacles hinder investigation into helicopter tragedy

Investigation into the helicopter incident where 22-year-old British national Jack Fenton found was killed have been stocking still six days after the tragedy. There are two main obstacles that hinder the work of the Greek authorities. Investigations into the events that led to the dismemberment and death of 22-year-old Jack …

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Police brutality against protesters; they even use teargas at people on wheelchair (videos)

Riot police was filmed and pictured using extensive violence against protesters in downtown Athens on Thursday evening.Officers were seen brutally beating demonstrators, photo-reporters and journalists and did not hesitate to fire tear gas even against a man on wheelchair. Χημικό των #ΜΑΤ σε ανάπηρο διαδηλωτή. Ασχολίαστο… #ΕΛΑΣ #Αστυνομια #MAT @kmitsotakis …

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Mysterious siblings’ deaths in Patras: No drugs found in Iris and Malena

The second toxicological examination carried out at the laboratories of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki do not connect the deaths of the two girls, Iris and Malena, with drugs. Further examinations were considered as necessary after the drug ketamine was found in the body of 9-year-old Georgina who died while …

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Medea of Patras remanded custody; investigation orders exhumation of child, ex landlord

The 33-year-old mother charged with the premeditated murder of one of her three daughters was remanded custody and was taken back to prison after she testified for over nine hours before the investigating magistrate and the prosecutor on Monday. Investigation continues at multiple levels including the deaths of the two …

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EU Commission urged to investigate liners over ‘unfair’ and ‘discriminatory’ practices

The European Association for Forwarding, Transport, Logistics and Customs Services (CLECAT) has sent a letter to the European Union, urging for an inquiry into the container shipping sector, alleging unfair and discriminatory practice. “The profiteering of ocean shipping carriers resulting from their capacity management strategy allowed them to acquire the …

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Dozens households in Athens without power for 4th day; compensation possible

Τhe office of the Public Prosecutor in Athens investigates the multi-day power outages in several areas of Attica in the midst of a snow weather, low temperatures and frost. Investigation is to determine whether the offense of disturbing the operation of an utility has been committed. The order for the …

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Investigation into murder of Caroline Crouch concludes; shocking audio when husband calls the police

Investigation into the murder of 20-year-old Caroline Crouch in her home in Glyka Nera by her husband in last May has officially concluded. According to media reports, the examining Magistrate came to the result that the victim’s 33-year-old husband was the sole responsible for her death. All the evidence points …

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Greece’s new “pandemic”: 10 vaccination centers under scrutiny for fake certificates, tests

This seems to be the new “pandemic” in Greece: fake vaccination certificates and fake documents certifying illness with Covid-19. Authorities have taken under scrutiny at least ten vaccination centers across the country as denouncements keep coming in. Involved seem to be in the majority doctors, nursing personnel and administrative staff …

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The Nursing Home of Horror: Prosecutor investigates death of 68 elderly in Chania

Appalling conditions in a nursing home in Chania may have lead to the deaths of 68 to 72 elderly. Excessive use of sedatives and ill-treatment nearing torture. Elderly left to starve, tied in their beds, often beaten by personnel. Filth and negligence and accommodation in the basement for those paying …

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Parliament voted to set up Committee to investigate ex SYRIZA minister over TV licenses

The Greek Parliament plenary voted in favor of setting up a preliminary committee to investigate the role of former SYRIZA minister Nikos Pappas on granting television channel licenses in 2015 and 2016. The proposal was initiated by 30 MPs of the ruling New Democracy party, passed with 187 votes from …

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Prosecutor probes alleged involvement of NGOs for unaccompanied minors in Lignadis case

The public prosecutors’ office on Monday launched a preliminary investigation into allegations made on social media and various media articles that non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in charge of unaccompanied refugee minors were involved in the case of former National Theatre director Dimitris Lignadis during the period 2017-2018. The head of the …

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