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Theo Maras sues Greek community leader John Lesses over ‘defamatory comments’

TWO leading figures in Adelaide’s Greek community are embroiled in a defamation case over comments about the independence and future of local churches.
The Australian: May 3, 2015

Greece's Varoufakis attacked by youths in Athens

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has described how he and his wife were abused by a group of youths at a restaurant in Athens late on Tuesday.
BBC: April 29, 2015

British holidaymakers to Greece 'should take cash' amid fears of bank meltdown

BRITISH holidaymakers to Greece have been urged to take cash amid fears of the country's imminent bankruptcy.
Express.co.uk: April 28, 2015

MH17 disaster: Germany 'failed to warn of Ukraine risk'

The German government was told of the risk of flying over eastern Ukraine shortly before flight MH17 was shot down last July, but failed to pass on the alert, reports say.
BBC: April 27, 2015

Aid begins to arrive in Nepal after deadly quake

International rescue crews and relief agencies are beginning to arrive in Nepal's capital, Kathmandu, two days after a massive earthquake rattled the country, killing more than 3,600 people and injuring several thousand others.
April 27, 2015

Italy: Terrorists may have targeted Vatican

Italian police arrested nine suspected terrorists and were hunting for nine others Friday in a crackdown on a group believed to be linked to deadly attacks in Pakistan and possibly a plot to attack the Vatican.
April 24, 2015

Migrants rescued off Evia to be housed in basketball court

A boatload of 93 irregular migrants plus three suspected traffickers rescued on Thursday while adrift in a wooden craft in the Kafireas Straits (Cavo d' Oro) near Rafina
April 24, 2015

CEO arrested for tax evasion, released after paying €1.8m

Ellaktor CEO Leonidas Bobolas appeared before a public prosecutor accused of major tax evasion on Wednesday but was subsequently released after paying the sum of 1.8 million euros,
April 22, 2015

Traffickers of sailing boat that run aground off Rhodes to the prosecutor

Two Syrian nationals, aged 26 and 27, alleged to be the traffickers of the undocumented migrants on board the vessel that run aground in the area of Zefyros, Rhodes island,
April 21, 2015

Golden Dawn trial postponed for May 7

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