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Four police officers have been acquitted of the offence, prompting anger from human rights groups.
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Greek man held on suspicion of kicking kitten into the sea
A viral video of the incident generated outrage on social media.
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A new investigation claims that the EU's border agency, Frontex, has been involved in forcing back over 950 refugees and migrants in the Aegean sea between March 2020 and September 2021.
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The men were rescued by local fishermen over the weekend after their light aircraft crashed.
Migrant found shot dead near Turkish border, say Greek police
An investigation has been launched into the incident, which occurred late on Saturday.
Ukrainians living in Greece mobilise to support Kyiv
On Thursday, people gathered outside the Athens parliament as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed Greek lawmakers via video link.
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Mother charged with killing daughter, 9, as other child deaths probed
A 33-year-old mother has been charged with killing her daughter while the deaths of her two other children are being reviewed.
Three workers dead after explosion at Greek dynamite factory
Residents in Greneva could hear the explosion over 20 kilometres away, the local governor said.
Hit by high costs, Greek farmers stage tractor protest
Farming associations say they have been left behind by the government's financial support package.
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Bodies of seven suspected migrants found on shores of Lesbos
Greek authorities said they were not aware of any boat in distress near the island.
Search resumes in Greece for three still missing after Euroferry fire
The Italian-flagged ship caught fire ten days ago off the coast of Corfu, killing at least eight people.
Turkey accuses Greece of using excess force against fishing boats
Greece said they fired warnings shots at Turkish ships that had refused to leave Greek waters in the Aegean Sea.
Greece: 'Difficult' search suspended on ferry as 10 remain missing
Rescuers had suspended a search for survivors inside the burning ferry earlier this week.
Man rescued alive but another found dead after ferry fire near Corfu
A 21-year-old from Belarus was pulled alive and well from the ferry, but rescuers later found another man dead, while another ten were still missing on Sunday.
Greek border guards face fresh claims of illegal migrant pushbacks
Asylum seekers say two men drowned after they were thrown into the sea by Greek authorities.
Eight Bulgarians among 11 missing after fire on ship near Corfu
Rescue teams were hampered on Saturday due to flames fanned by the wind, sporadic explosions and temperatures reaching 500 degrees on board.
Will turning Greece's 200 islands green plunge the country into debt?
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Greek parliament approves major arms deals with France
NATO members Greece and Turkey remain at odds over maritime boundaries and mineral exploitation rights in the Aegean Sea and the eastern Mediterranean.
Greek farmers protest rising energy costs
Farmers in central Greece on Sunday blocked a highway with tractors and poured cans of milk on the ground to protest against rising energy costs.
Schools against discrimination: How Special Olympics movement is bringing wind of change
The Special Olympics (SO) movement is leveraging the role of schools to boost inclusion through its Unified Schools programme.