“Kalavryta 1943”: victims of massacre sue filmmakers for “good Nazis who saved children”

Survivors and descendants of the victims of the Nazi massacre in Kalavryta are furious because of the film “Eyewitness – Kalavryta 1943” because of the scene in which allegedly “a good Nazi rescues children.” The Association of Survivors and Victims is threatening to sue the film’s producers, including the state broadcaster ERT. Although the film […]

Famous Greek sportswoman dies under the wheels of a truck

A famous Greek marathon runner died in a horrific road accident on Tuesday morning when her bike was hit by a truck at a crossroads in Thessaloniki. Driving the bike was a 42-year-old marathon and triathlon athlete, Dimitra Iordanidou. Witnesses told local media that the woman was cycling along Via Grigoriu Lambraki shortly after 8 […]

The Ministry of Justice introduced a bill to toughen the punishment for serious crimes

The Greek Ministry of Justice, after public consultation, submitted a new bill to parliament on Tuesday to amend the criminal code. The provisions of the bill were first presented on 24 September by the Minister of Justice, Konstantinos Tsiaras, and the Deputy Minister of Justice, Giorgos Kotsiras. They provide for harsher penalties for serious crimes […]

COVID FREE GR WALLET: COVID Certificates App

With the new mobile and tablet app, Greek citizens have the ability to store COVID-19 vaccination certificates, disease information or diagnostic certificates. The COVID FREE GR WALLET app was released today, Wednesday 3rd November 2021. The app, created by the Ministry of Digitalization, greatly simplifies the storage and display of COVID-19 digital certificates, making it […]

Restrictions for the unvaccinated will harm shops ahead of the holidays

Representatives of retail stores and wholesalers say the government’s announcement on Tuesday about the need for rapid tests by unvaccinated citizens to enter stores is impractical and puts additional strain on the sector. “Since the outbreak of the pandemic, the retail (non-food) sector has faced very serious economic and health problems by carefully following all […]

Turkish police are looking for persons spreading the rumor that “Erdogan is dead”

Turkish police have launched a judicial investigation against dozens of social media users who allegedly spread rumors about the death of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The corresponding hashtag “he’s apparently dead” #olmus in Turkish has been trending on Twitter since Wednesday morning, causing the Turkish Lira to plummet. Police said Wednesday that “manipulative” messages were […]

Mitsotakis: “We will not go to isolation, we have a vaccine”

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis gave a categorical guarantee that we will no longer go to isolation in an interview with Mega TV channel. At the same time, he said that in 2022 there will be a second increase in the minimum wage. https://www.facebook.com/kyriakosmitsotakis/videos/1032797864207906/ There will be no new blocking “The fourth wave concerns the unvaccinated, […]

Two gypsies arrested for elderly cheating

Two Roma, aged 37 and 38, are accused of 35 cases of fraud and arrested by employees of the Property Protection Department. According to the Greek police, the victims were mostly elderly people who were contacted outside banks or shopping centers, sometimes pretending to be accountants and sometimes as tax officials. Having a portable POS […]

11 kg of cocaine seized in a vegetable store

Attica’s anti-narcotics security unit arrested six people for possession of 11 kilograms of cocaine. We are talking about five Greeks and one foreigner, most of them were arrested after a large-scale operation in the Piraeus region. The drugs were found in a grocery store in the area, and in addition to cocaine, the police found […]

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