Mati: fire service official handed suspended sentence for false information

A senior fire service officer has been handed a two-year suspended sentence for submitting false information to the prosecuting authorities during their investigation of the 2018 Mati fire, in which 104 people lost their lives.

The officer, Ioannis Fostieris, was the commander of the fire service's united operations coordination center when the fire happened.

Eleven far-right MPs charged with electoral fraud 

The Prosecutor of the Supreme Court has brought charges of electoral fraud against eleven lawmakers of the far-right Spartiates (Spartans) party, Kathimerini understands, in a case that could affect the parliamentary seats of the other parties. 

The charges do not include party leader Vassilis Stigas.

End of Investigation: Indictment Pending for Gambling Mogul Vasil Bojkov

The long-awaited conclusion of the investigation into gambling mogul and oligarch Vasil Bojkov has been announced by the Sofia City Prosecutor's Office on Wednesday. With an indictment pending, Bojkov faces accusations of attempted rape, murder, and abetting in murder.

Konstantopoulou pushes Tempe investigation committee

In an incident during Monday's parliamentary investigation into the Tempe rail crash, Zoi Konstantopoulou, leader of the Course of Freedom party, sought to put pressure on the commitee despite being excluded from speaking due to a conflict of interest.

The Tempe train collision in February 2023 resulted in the loss of 57 lives and left numerous others injured.