Criminal law

GD suspects deny attacking Egyptian fishermen in 2012

Three defendants accused of a savage attack on four Egyptian fishermen in their house at Ikonio in the Piraeus district of Perama on June 12, 2012 denied any involvement on Monday as the long-running trial over the alleged criminal actions of the neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn resumed after the summer break.

Detained North Macedonia Prosecutor Demands Transfer of Cases

North Macedonia's outgoing chief Special Prosecutor, Katica Janeva, who was detained in August 21 as a suspect in the high-profile "Extortion" affair, has been criticised for sending a letter to her colleagues demanding that all their cases be transferred to the regular prosecutor's office.

Four convicts break out of Peloponnese prison

A manhunt was launched on Wednesday after four convicts escaped from an agricultural prison near Nafplio in the Peloponnese.

According to reports, the absence of the four inmates -two Albanians, an Egyptian and a Moroccan - became apparent during the daily roll call at noon. It was not immediately clear how and at what time the convicts made their escape.

Ayia Napa rape accuser free on bail

The British young woman accused of making false statements in a rape complaint in Ayia Napa has been set free on bail, while her legal team is expected to include high-powered British attorneys.
During an arraignment hearing that was scheduled on Monday, the 19-year-old British teenager pleaded not guilty to charges of public mischief.