Bank robbers steal ATM in west Attica

A group of between four to six robbers drove a car into a bank branch in the town of Megara, west Attica, early Thursday morning and removed an automatic teller machine (ATM), Greek broadcaster Skai reported.

The suspects, who had their faces covered, loaded the ATM on a second vehicle they had parked outside and fled.

Four Sofia Police Officers Charged with Criminal Group, Influence Peddling and Fraud

Four officers from the 4th police department have been charged with taking part in a criminal group, influence peddling and fraud, the Ministry of Interior said. The group, made up of officers of the economic police unit, extorted money from retailers under the threat of police inspections and in exchange for warnings ahead of inspections.

Local institute develops smart software for industrial security

Just about every internet user is wary of malicious software, and as scary as the prospect is for individuals, it is thousands of times worse when such attacks hit industrial installations or organizations that control important infrastructure or possess files and data on citizens.

Setting goals for the nation

The year 2021, the 200th anniversary of the modern Greek state, is not that far away. Milestones of such magnitude inspire reflection. We need to examine how much ground we have covered, where we succeeded and where we failed. Once we have done this, we can set goals for the future.