November 17 terrorist group

Athens Mayor Kostas Bakoyannis Remembers His Politician Father, Murdered 31 Years Ago

Athens Mayor Kostas Bakoyannis posted a picture on social media with his father, Pavlos, who was murdered 31 years ago today by the November 17 terrorist group. "You may have flew away thirty-one years ago, but every day I touch...

State Department Condemns Greece over Koufontinas Furlough

The new six-day furlough granted to the convicted member of November 17 terrorist group Dimitris Koufontinas was strongly criticized by the U.S. State Department. In a statement, State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said that "we strongly condemn the latest release...

Uproar in Greece as Notorious November 17 Terrorist Granted Prison Leave

Opposition politicians reacted with anger to the prison authorities' decision to grant a two-day leave to convicted terrorist Dimitris Koufontinas, of the 17 November terrorist group. Koufontinas; identified as November 17's chief of operations, surrendered to the authorities in 2002, and is serving...

November 17 Mastermind: There are 8 Members of Terrorist Group Still At Large

The November 17 terrorist group mastermind, Alexandros Giotopoulos, sent a letter to Ethnos newspaper claiming there are eight group members who are still at large. Fourteen years after terrorist group November 17 was dismantled by Hellenic Police and the National...

November 17 Terrorist Xeros Gets Additional Defense Time for Breakout

Convicted November 17 terrorist Christodoulos Xeros on Friday was given additional time to prepare his defense on his breakout plan and alleged help to members of Conspiracy of the Cells of Fire anarchist group escape. Xeros requested more time to...

Imprisoned Terrorist Xeros Violently Beaten by Inmate

The November 17 terrorist group member Christodoulos Xeros, was violently beaten by another inmate at the maximum security prison of Domokos. According to police reports, Xeros was attacked by a convict and was savagely beaten in the face. When he...

Greek Police Arrest 2 Accomplices of Terrorist Xeros

Greek police have arrested two accomplices of recently caught Christodoulos Xeros, the "November 17" terrorist who was at large for almost a year after violating his prison leave. Authorities said a 54-year-old Greek and a 37-year-old Albanian were arrested after a police operation in...

Xeros Caught in the Midst of Planning Bombs for Pre-election Terrorist Hits

Arrested terrorist Christodoulos Xeros was in the midst of planning several bomb attacks on politicians, judges and financiers, according to a Greek police report. In one of Xeros' hideouts in Loutraki, police found 45 explosive mechanisms inside Tupperware containers and...

Koufontinas Against Xeros: 17 November Came to an End in 2002

  A member of the Greek terrorist organization November 17, Dimitris Koufontinas, who is in jail, sent a letter to the Greek newspaper “Efimerida Ton Syntakton” stating that no one has the right to speak on behalf of 17 November, to...

November 17 Convicted Terrorist Savvas Xiros Granted Permission to be Transferred to AHEPA Hospital

The First Three-Member Misdemeanor Court of Piraeus on Thursday unanimously accepted a request by convicted November 17 terrorist Savvas Xiros for a five-month temporary and conditional release from prison to undergo treatment at Thessaloniki’s AHEPA Hospital. The convict was...