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Greek court rejects extradition of Turkish soldiers accused in coup attempt

A Greek court has ruled against the extradition of three Turkish soldiers accused by Ankara of involvement in a failed coup last summer.
December 5, 2016

For the first time, Bill Cosby's lawyers claim racism

Bill Cosby has long preached the gospel of personal responsibility to fellow blacks, irritating those who fault racism for holding the community back.
September 9, 2016

Melania Trump sues British tabloid over claims she was an escort

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s wife, Melania Trump, is suing the Daily Mail Online over stories it published claiming she worked as an escort in New York in the 1990s.
September 2, 2016

Former ELSTAT chief to face charges for allegedly inflated 2009 deficit, Supreme Court decides

Greece's Supreme Court on Monday partially revoked a decision to drop charges against Andreas Georgiou, the former head of Greece's independent statistics agency ELSTAT,
August 2, 2016

Thessaloniki court acquits 26 arrested for disrupting church service

A Thessaloniki court on Monday acquitted 26 defendants charged with disrupting a Sunday service in a Thessaloniki Church, finding that it was not their intention to disrespect to the church and the premises.
August 2, 2016

Eleven face charges over 2003 S-frigate contract; former minister under scrutiny

Corruption Prosecutor Eleni Raikou on Tuesday ordered the prosecution of 11 individuals for criminal breach of faith in connection with a contract for the refurbishment of six S-type Navy frigates
July 27, 2016

Turkish military officers charged with illegal entry in Greece

Alexandroupolis prosecutor pressed charges for illegal entry in Greece to the eight Turkish military officers, passengers of the Turkish helicopter that landed on Saturday at Alexandroupolis airport.
July 18, 2016

Justices defend their benefits

A Greek supreme special court dealing exclusively with salary and pension issues pertaining to the judiciary on Friday rejected laws cutting the salary rebates that the same body had awarded to judges in 2013,
July 13, 2016

Top Court: Work on building mosque in Athens' Votanikos district can continue

Work on the construction of a mosque in Athens' Votanikos district was given the all-clear to continue on Thursday, based on a ruling issued by the fourth section of the Council of State
July 7, 2016

Birthday celebrated via Skype for 2-year-old stranded in Iran

Relatives of a British-Iranian mother detained without charge in Iran have celebrated her 2-year-old daughter's birthday with a party outside the Iranian Embassy in London.
June 13, 2016