Athens University of Economics and Business

ND leader vows justice and tax reform, boost to jobs and property assets

Opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis plans to "restore the stature" of the justice system by appointing top judges with an "unimpeachable reputation," bolster the police and "immediately abolish" a ban on law enforcement officers on university grounds if his New Democracy party is elected to government in Sunday's snap polls.

Police seizes large drug haul in Athens bust

Anti-narcotics officers found more than 3,000 packages containing heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and hashish during a raid on an apartment used by members of a drug dealing gang operating in the neighborhoods around central Victoria Square and the Athens University of Economics and Business, police in the capital said Tuesday.

Eurobank names Zanies new non-executive chairman

Greece's Eurobank has appointed former minister of finance Giorgos Zanias as its new non-executive chairman, the lender said on Monday.
The change was prompted by former chairman Nikolaos Karamouzis's decision to depart, the bank said in a news release.
Karamouzis announced his intention last year to bow out at the end of March 2019.

Eurobank names Zaniasnon-executive chairman

Greece's Eurobank has appointed former minister of finance Giorgos Zanias as its new non-executive chairman, the lender said on Monday.
The change was prompted by former chairman Nikolaos Karamouzis's decision to depart, the bank said in a news release.
Karamouzis announced his intention last year to bow out at the end of March 2019.

Policeman injured by hooded assailants in central Athens

One officer was injured when about 50 hooded individuals attacked policemen outside the Athens University of Economics and Business in central Athens on Friday afternoon.

The unknown assailants exited the university's side gate on Antoniadou street and hurled stones, wooden sticks and other objects against the officers sent to tackle illicit trade outside the campus.

Police car attacked in central Athens; officers unharmed

A group of around 15 people attacked and damaged a police car parked on a central street near the Athens University of Economics and Business with sticks and other objects on Monday.

Two officers checking on a traffic violation were in the vehicle at the time of the attack but were not hurt, according to reports.

Professors seek meeting with PM over campus lawlessness

The union representing university professors (POSDEP) on Wednesday sought a meeting with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to discuss the growing problem of lawlessness at Greek universities.

Meanwhile the senate of the Athens University of Economics and Business has called on the "competent state bodies" to stop the drug dealing and taking on the roads around the institution.

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