Twitter Bans Journalists Who Cover Elon Musk
Twitter suspended the accounts belonging to several prominent journalists covering the company's owner, Elon Musk, a day after he vowed to sue the owner of a profile that tracks his jet. Reporters for The New York Times, CNN, and The...
PM Mitsotakis Dismisses as ‘Crap’ Press Freedom Report on Greece
Prime Minister of Greece Kyriakos Mitsotakis dismissed an international report on press freedom in the country, labeling it as "crap." Speaking at an event at the London School of Economics, Mitsotakis was asked about a series of reports raising concerns...
Arrest Warrant Issued For Greek Journalist Accused of Spreading Fake News
Greek journalist Stefanos Chios has evaded arrest for spreading fake news around the assassination of crime journalist George Karaivaz.
Yet Another Journalist Murdered in Greece: What is Going on?
The murder of a journalist in Greece is always a shocking event that shakes the foundations of a nation's core freedoms.
Media Blackout Continues in Greece as Unions Extend Strike
Journalists, producers and technical staff decided on Wednesday to continue their strike for another 24 hours in protest against planned changes to the press laws in Greece. State-run and most private-run media in the country have halted all news dissemination...
President Pavlopoulos Says Attack on SKAI TV "Criminal, Undemocratic"
The President of the Hellenic Republic, Prokopios Pavlopoulos, has unequivocally condemned Monday's terrorist attack on Greece’s SKAI TV station. In a statement today he also expressed his support for the owners and employees of the television and radio station, as...
European Parliament Approves Financial Aid for 550 Redundant Greek Journalists
The European Parliament on Wednesday approved an economic aid package worth €2,308,500 to 550 redundant media workers in Greece. In a statement, the parliament said "550 media workers dismissed by three publishing companies will receive EU aid worth €2,308,500 ...
FM Kotzias Presents Draft Resolution for Journalists Safety in UN
Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Kotzias, submitted before the United Nations, along with other countries, a resolution aiming at protecting journalists. The resolution on "The Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity" builds on the relevant Resolution 70/162...
News Broadcasts off the air in Greece as Journalists Strike
Journalists in Greece are on a 24 hour walkout, in protest of under-funding of their social security fund; which has come as a result of the austerity measures imposed upon Greece by her bailout creditors. The journalists' strike pulled all...
Athens Union of Journalists Condemns Attack Against Newspaper's Offices
Journalists and their unions do not give in to blackmailing and intimidation attempts pursued by “dark circles,” the Athens Union of Journalists (ESIEA) said in a press release on Monday, following an attack against the Thessaloniki offices of daily Kathimerini...
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