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Golden Dawn trial postponed for May 7

The Golden Dawn trial, which started earlier on Monday, was postponed for May 7.
April 20, 2015

Historic Golden Dawn trial to begin on Monday

ANA-MPA -- The historic and unprecedented trial of party president Nikos Mihaloliakos and the leadership of his ultra-right Golden Dawn party - the first time since World War 2 that a Parliamentary party in Greece or on a global level is charged as a criminal organization
April 20, 2015

Former PM Simitis to testify in Tsochatzopoulos case on April 29

The five-member Court of Appeal for Felonies on Wednesday summoned former Prime Minister Costas Simitis, PASOK leader Evangelos Venizelos and members of the Government Council for Foreign Affairs and Defense (KYSEA)
April 1, 2015

Defense minister Kammenos sues commentator for 1 mln euros

Defense Minister Panos Kammenos has sued commentator Andreas Petroulakis for 1 million euros in damages over a critical article posted on the Protagon website on March 17.
eKathimerini: March 28, 2015

Greek ex-minister guilty of tampering with tax list

Former Greek Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou has been found guilty of removing relatives' names from a list of potential Greek tax evaders.
BBC: March 25, 2015

Leader of Greek far-right Golden Dawn freed from jail before trial

The leader of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party was released from prison on Friday and placed under house arrest as an 18-month limit on pre-trial detention expired.
Reuters: March 20, 2015

US hits German bank with $1.45b in penalties

The U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday ordered Germany's Commerzbank bank and its U.S. affiliates to pay $1.45 billion in penalties for violations of U.S. sanctions law and for a multibillion-dollar securities fraud.
March 13, 2015

Justice minister on Distomo court ruling

Justice Minister Nikos Paraskevopoulos on Wednesday in statements to ANT1 TV said he was prepared to give compensation of the relatives of those who suffered from the Nazi atrocities in Distomo.
March 11, 2015

Greece tries to end shame of migrant ‘Guantanamos’

Afghan migrant Nazir Gazemi shudders at the thought of the two and a half years he spent in the so-called Greek Guantanamos, the notorious migrant detention camps the country’s new government now says it will close.
Gulf News: March 8, 2015

Appeals Court adjourns Vatopedi land swaps trial to March 23

The Criminal Appeals Court on Monday adjourned the trial for the notorious Vatopedi Monastery land swaps affair to March 23.
March 3, 2015