One person died and another was injured in an attack near Athens' central Omonoia square on Thursday, police said.
Officers who were called at the scene after reports of gunshots found bullet cases at the corner of Sapfous and Menandrou, but it was not clear whether the victims - both of whom initial reports say are foreign nationals - were shot at or stabbed.
A score of Turkish search and rescue team members who were caught in an avalanche on Feb. 5 have been saved, but 11 died, said authorities.
Two Attica police officers have been suspended from the service following their arrest on Saturday, allowing with a civilian, on drug dealing charges.
The arrests followed an investigation which revealed that the pair had been procuring quantities of cocaine, allegedly for their personal use as well as small-scale distribution.
In June 2019, in the last days of Pavel Filip's Democratic Party government, an journalistic investigation done by media outlet RISE Moldova revealed that the Interior Minister had authorized special surveillance actions on 52 members of the pro-European opposition, civil society members and journalists.
Two young men faced a prosecutor in Thessaloniki Wednesday on charges of theft and resisting arrest after refusing to stop for an inspection by traffic police in the early hours of Tuesday.
The two men - both foreign nationals in their 20s, according to police - were in a stolen vehicle in the center of the northern port city when police signaled for them to stop.
Dozens of police officers from different departments were carrying out a crackdown in the central Athens district of Exarchia on Friday.
The operation was the second in as many days aimed at cracking down on crime in the city center and particularly in Exarchia, which is knows as an anarchist stronghold.