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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

Prosecutor orders preliminary investigation into allegations over conditions in Amygdaleza detention center

Head prosecutor Ilias Zagoreos ordered the launch of a preliminary investigation into recent reports and allegations regarding the living conditions for undocumented migrants being held at the Amygdaleza migrant detention center.
February 27, 2015

Law to protect indebted families from losing their homes will be tabled on Thursday

The government plans to table a law in Parliament on Thursday to protect main residences from confiscation and being auctioned off by creditors, according to sources on Tuesday.
February 18, 2015

Obesity 'could be a disability' - EU courts rule

Obesity can constitute a disability in certain circumstances, the EU's highest court has ruled.
BBC: December 19, 2014

EU court orders Hamas removed from terror list

A European court has ruled that the Palestinian militant group Hamas must be removed from a European Union list of designated terror groups.
December 17, 2014

Greek judicial panel orders ex-finance minister to stand trial

A Greek judicial panel has ruled that former finance minister George Papaconstantinou must stand trial on charges related to a scandal over a list of potential tax evaders that caused outrage among crisis-hit Greeks.
Reuters: December 11, 2014

German defense company fined over Greek arms deals

A German defense and auto parts firm says it is paying a fine of nearly 37.1 million euros ($45.8 million) over allegations that a company representative in Greece made improper payments during arms deals in the country.
The Missoulian: December 11, 2014

Anarchist's hunger strike putting Greece in a bind

A three-week hunger strike by a young anarchist who has become a household name in Greece has left the embattled government in a quandary, just as it mulls more unpopular austerity measures.
The China Post: December 6, 2014

Case closed over Golden Dawn’s street market raid

Trial against neofascist MP hinged on just one witness as victims were reluctant to come forward
eKathimerini: December 6, 2014

Justice minister 'will not discuss' same-sex marriage

Justice Minister Haralambos Athansiou on Tuesday appeared categorically opposed to same-sex marriages, despite the European Court of Human Rights ruling in 2013
eKathimerini: December 2, 2014