Almost half (43 percent) of parents in Greece do not limit their children's internet use, according to the results of a study conducted by the Greek Safer Internet Center in November and December last year.
The survey was carried out on a sample of 14,000 children aged between 10 and 17 from 400 schools in Athens, Thessaloniki, Crete, Patra and Larissa.
War crimes prosecution, ethnic tensions, threats to journalists and minority and immigrants’ rights remain the key problems in the field of human rights in the Balkans, Human Rights Watch's World Report 2019 noted.
Riot police spray tear gas at a group of educators and unionists during a protest rally in downtown Athens, on Monday. Similar clashes between riot squad officers and teachers at a rally on Friday have strained relations between the union representing police officers, who were accused of using excessive force, and the citizens' protection minister.
A man in Istanbul faces more than 80 years in jail in a sexual abuse case in which one of his autistic sons told the court that he would "like to see him sentenced to death in front of him because of his perversion."