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Greek court to consider Öcalan’s compensation demand against Athens

A Greek court will make a decision on a demand for compensation by the jailed leader of the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) Abdullah Öcalan against the Greek government, a case which stems from the government's refusal to grant his asylum appeal in 1998.
Today's Zaman: February 22, 2016

EU takes Greece to court for poor treatment of waste water

The European Commission has taken Greece to court a second time for not treating its waste water properly and is proposing a fine of at least 15 million euros, it said on Thursday.
Reuters: November 19, 2015

Greek prosector probes cars with emission cheating software

A Greek prosecutor ordered an investigation on Wednesday into imported cars fitted with emission-cheating software after Volkswagen admitted it had used such a device to rig U.S. emissions tests, court sources said.
Reuters: October 7, 2015