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Caroline Crouch Murder: Recording of Killer’s Call to Police Released

The investigation into the murder of 20-year-old Caroline Crouch at her home in Glyka Nera has officially come to a close, with an investigative judge concluding that all the evidence points exclusively to her husband, a 33-year-old pilot, as...

Six Women Murdered by their Husbands in Seven Months in Greece

In Greece, six women have been murdered by their husbands or boyfriends in just seven months.

New Murder in Greece Brings Back Haunting Memories of Caroline Crouch

A brutal murder of a 26-year old woman took place on the peaceful Cycladic island of Folegandros in Greece on Friday.

Caroline Crouch Family Awarded Temporary Custody of Little Lydia

The family of murdered Caroline Crouch will get the temporary custody of her 12-month-old Lydia, a Greek judge ruled on Monday.

Caroline Crouch Femicide: Collateral Damage, Light Sentencing

Greeks have obsessed for weeks over the murder of Caroline Crouch, by her husband, confessed wife killer, Babis Anagnostopoulos. The Crouch femicide demonstrates a system of collateral damage and light sentencing for men who kill their wives.

Custody Battle for Caroline Crouch’s Baby Lydia Begins

The custody battle for 11-month-old Lydia Anagnostopoulos, the daughter of the murdered Caroline Crouch has begun in Greek courts.

Caroline Crouch Killer Escorted to Jail After Marathon Testimony

Caroline Crouch's husband, Babis Anagnostopoulos, has been put on remand (pre-trial detention) after his confession to murdering his wife.

Caroline Crouch Murder: Former Suspect Accuses Greek Police of Torture

A former suspect of the murder of Caroline Crouch has accused the Greek police of torturing him to confess a crime he did not commit.

Caroline Crouch Murder: Killer Husband Testifies in Greek Court

Babis Anagnostopoulos, who who has confessed to the murder of his wife Caroline Crouch, has been led under to a Greek Court to testify.

Vigil for Caroline Crouch, Latest Victim of Femicide in Greece

A group of more than 500 women and men came together Saturday night in Syntagma Square calling for the term, femicide, known in Greek as "gynoktonia," be acknowledged by the state as a distinct crime.