- German president visits massacre site in Greece Updated: Mar-07-14 1:56 pm
- Greek doctor convicted over anti-Jew sign Updated: Mar-07-14 11:05 am
- Greek Jewish community seeks return of Nazi ransom Updated: Feb-24-14 3:16 pm
- Greek bus driver fined for banning Africans Updated: Feb-24-14 11:22 am
- Greek court jails 4 Turkish suspected terrorists Updated: Feb-14-14 2:50 pm
LIGIADES, Greece - A visibly emotional German president apologized profoundly Friday for a massacre by German soldiers in a northwestern Greek village during World War II, at the end of a three-day visit that combined political talks with efforts to bring closure to wounds from the wartime German occupation.
THESSALONIKI, Greece - A Greek doctor was convicted of breaking anti-racism laws for putting up a "Jews not welcome" sign outside his office and given a 16-month suspended sentence Friday.
THESSALONIKI, Greece - Greece's biggest Jewish community said Monday it has taken Germany to Europe's top human rights court, seeking the return of a huge ransom paid to Nazi occupiers more than 70 years ago to free thousands of slave laborers - who were still sent subsequently to German death camps.
THESSALONIKI, Greece - A bus driver who prevented two Africans from boarding his vehicle in Greece's second largest city has been convicted of racism, fined 1,000 euros ($1,400) and given a suspended prison sentence.
ATHENS, Greece - An Athens court on Friday jailed four Turkish nationals pending trial on terrorism and weapons-related charges after they were arrested during raids on an Athens apartment that netted automatic weapons and several kilograms (pounds) of explosives.