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Greek authorities crack down network of corrupted police officers

Greek authorities have cracked down a network of corrupt police officers who were offering “protection” to brothels and illegal casinos. According to media, the network was offering protection to some 350 brothels, 250 studios and 300 illegal casinos in Attica and had a turnover of about 1 million euros per …

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Justice Ministry investigates Coroner; Syrian community wants “public apology”

Greece’s Justice Ministry has launched an investigation on the coroner seeking to determine whether he committed a “disciplinary offense.” He had had falsely claimed that the 11-month-old refugee baby girl from Syria was “sexually abused,” contrary to the official autopsy report that found no signs of abuse of any kind. …

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Athens police investigates death of 11-month-old refugee baby from Syria

Police in Athens investigates the death of an 11-month-old refugee baby from Syria. Preliminary forensic findings are shocking: the body of the baby girl had marks of sexual abuse, police said in a statement. However, the initial scenario of the baby abuse may change due to new findings in connection …

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Greek Police orders investigation of police brutality in Exarchia on Dec 6

The Greek Police has sent to the Greek Ombudsman the videos and reports of excessive police brutality and humiliation of demonstrators as they happened on Friday night. Police also calls on police violence victims or witnesses to report the cases to the Ombudsman. The brutality and humiliation of demonstrators in …

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Competition watchdog confirms raids to banks, Bank Association

Greece’s Competition Committee, an independent authortity, confirmed on Friday that it had raided all the country’s major banks a day earlier as part of an investigation into collaboration between lenders. Inspectors raided the head offices of National, Piraeus, Alpha, Attica and Eurobank, along with the offices of the Greek bank …

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Competition watchdog raids Greece’s four systemic banks for the extra charges

Teams of the Greek Competition Committee have raids the headquarters of the four Greek systemic banks (National, Piraeus, Alpha and Eurobank), media report on Thursday. According to state broadcaster ERT TV, the offices of the Greek Banks Association have been raided as well. The raids reportedly aim to find evidence …

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Suzanne Eaton Murder Case: Ten people brought to police

Ten people have been brought so far to police station as investigation on the murder of US scientist Suzanne Eaton is running in full speed. At the same time, police is combing farmhouses, old warehouses, pens and houses in the wider area looking for evidence, for example for a knife …

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Prosecutor in Thessaloniki investigates legal framework for Lime Scooters

The public prosecutor has ordered preliminary investigation into the legal framework for the operation of Lime scooters in the city of Thessaloniki, Northern Greece. The investigation follows a lawsuit submitted submitted by a citizen. Assigned with the investigation is the local Traffic Police that has to explore whether there is …

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Supreme Court prosecutor order inquiry into private funding of political parties

Supreme Court prosecutor Xeni Dimitriou ordered a preliminary inquiry into allegations of exorbitant private funding to political parties, Athens news agency amna reports late on Monday. Τhe inquiry takes aim at media reports quoting from the deposition of former PASOK official Theodoros Tsoukatos on a case of SIEMENS bribery scandal. …

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Police officer suspended, 4 under probe for mistreating elderly migrant in Moria

Internal administrative investigation against four policemen had been launched for the incident in Moria camp, Greek Police announced Saturday afternoon. Ανακοίνωση σχετικά με εντολή διενέργειας Ε.Δ.Ε. σε βάρος τεσσάρων αστυνομικών για περιστατικό στο ΚΥΤ Μόριας Λέσβου, ανάκληση στις Υπηρεσίες τους & θέση σε διαθεσιμότητα ενός εξ΄ αυτών ▶https://t.co/UbhMMSPhNT — Ελληνική …

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EU Anti-fraud watchdog investigates potential misuse of funds for Greece’s refugees

EU’s  anti-fraud watchdog  OLAF is  investigating the potential misuse of EU funds meant to provide food for refugees in Greece, a spokesperson for the agency said Tuesday. The news follows the detention on Saturday of the publisher, the editor in chief and one journalist from Greek newspaper Fileleftheros following a libel suit filed …

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Independent investigators question role of police during Fyssas’ murder (video ENG)

Forensic Architecture has presented the results of its investigation into the murder of antifascist activist and rapper Pavlos Fyssas. He was stabbed to death on 18 Sep 2013 by a member of Golden Dawn on a street of Keratsini suburb of Piraeus. Forensic Architecture was commissioned by Fyssas’ family and …

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Coroner speaks of Sinead McNamara “suicide”, yet everything open until…

All clues lead Greek authorities to suspect that 20-year-old Australian instagram model Sinead McNamara committed suicide. However, the investigation is not completed until the toxicological laboratory results are out. Many wonder what led the young woman on her last day of work on board of luxury yacht Mayan Queen IV …

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Authorities investigate death of Australian Sinead McNamara on yacht in Greece

A veil of mystery covers the sudden and unexpected death of 20-year-old Australian instagram model and social media influencer Sinead McNamara. The young woman had died while she was working as crew member on a luxury yacht anchored off the port of Argostoli on the island of Kefalonia. “She had …

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Prosecutor orders investigation into death of bullying victim

Athens prosecutor has ordered an urgent investigation into the circumstances that led a 15-year-old boy into suicide. The boy had left a note accusing six of  his friends and classmates of bullying him. The boy was found hanging on the balcony of his parents home in Argyroupoli suburb of south …

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Opposition parties walk out of Novartis investigating committee

Greek opposition parties walked out of Parliament’s preliminary investigating committee on Novartis on Tuesday, accusing the government of lack of seriousness and delaying tactics. Committee members New Democracy, Democratic Alignment (PASOK), To Potami and Centrists’ Union started walking out of Tuesday’s meeting after ruling SYRIZA-ANEL coalition MPs proposed that the …

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PAOK owner Savvidis apologizes for Sunday incident, sports prosecutor investigates

PAOK owner Ivan Savvidis uploaded an apology statement on the website of PAOK FC on Tuesday. “I wish to apologize to all PAOK supporters, Greek fans and the international football community,” Savvidis writes. ” I feel sorry for what happened. I had absolutely no right to enter the pitch the …

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Greek Regulator probes ex head of Piraeus bank for laundering breaches

Piraeus Bank property deals involving managers including former Chairman Michalis Sallas may have cost the bank 6.4 million euros ($7.9 million), according to a report by Greece’s Anti Money-laundering Authority. In the report, a copy of which was reviewed by Bloomberg, the regulator said it looked at the bank’s sale …

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Tsipras says Greece will not relinquish right to reimbursement for damage caused by Novartis

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said the government will not relinquish its right to reimbursement for damage caused to the state by Novartis, as the former coalition government of New Democracy and PASOK “did with the Siemens kickbacks case.” Tsipras was addressed the Parliament on Monday evening, after the coalition …

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