Real policing

It has become abundantly evident that political will is key if the Greek Police (ELAS) is to fulfill its mission. However, will alone is not enough. The task also requires reform, training and modern equipment.

Probe launched into suspected bank cartel, as fresh raid carried out

Competition Commission officials launched extensive inspections without prior warning at the headquarters of the country's four systemic banks as well as the Hellenic Bank Association (EET) and DIAS Interbank Systems on Thursday, in a bid to probe possible cartel practices regarding customer charges.

Travel Fest | Athens | April 6 & 7

The second installment of the Travel Fest, the only public event in Greece dedicated to wanderlust, sees 12 local explorers and travelers - including record-breaking mountain climber Antonis Sykaris and Arctic explorer Vangelis Vassiliadis - sharing their experiences and offering valuable tips.

Shipowner Alexandros Agoudimos arrested for debts to the state

Greek shipowner Alexandros Agoudimos appeared before a Piraeus prosecutor on Friday following his arrest for debts to the state the previous day.

Agoudimos was detained during a random check by the police's motorcycle DIAS unit on Akti Posidonos in Piraeus on Thursday night, during which officers discovered he had been convicted for unpaid arrears.

Rapporteur on the Europol Regulation: Bulgaria's Progress in all Spheres is Visible Across Europe

Bulgaria's progress in all spheres is visible throughout Europe, and Boyko Borisov's government has undoubtedly contributed to this.

This was stated by the European Parliament's rapporteur for the Europol Regulation, Agustin Dias de Merra, during a working meeting with the GERB Parliament Speaker and Deputy Chairman Tsvetan Tsvetanov.