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Four Police Injured in Athens Court After Fight With Anarchists (video)

Four police officers belonging to the Hellenic Police's motorcycle-mounted ''DIAS'' force were injured on Monday morning in an Athens court, following a fight with a group of anarchists. The officers were in court to testify as witnesses for the prosecution...

Athens: Police Officers Injured Following Attack

Two police officers were injured when responding to an altercation at the intersection of Kifissou and Petrou Ralli avenues in Athens on Thursday night. A car in which two drunk men were traveling was stopped for an inspection, after the...

Duty Drives Greek Police, Report Claims

Greek police's lot is not a happy one but the main thing that keeps them going is their sense of duty, a new survey claims. The study -- Job satisfaction, job engagement and performance: The case of Greek police officers...

Uniformed Workers Take to Streets in Protest of Pay Cuts

Thousands of police officers, port workers and firefighters took to the streets holding black balloons in their hands in protest of cuts in the special wages for those in uniform, as well as for the reductions that hide the...

Driver Opens Fire Against Police Officers in Crete, Injuring One

Two police officers were suddenly attacked earlier today in Chania, Crete, during a roadblock inspection. The two officers signaled a driver to pull over for a routine search but the driver opened fire against them, seriously injuring one. According to...

Two Greek Police Officers Involved in Drug Trafficking Ring

Two Greek police officers are amongst those accused of being members of a crime ring, which controled the entire drug trafficking network on the islands of Lemnos and Agios Efstratios in the eastern Aegean Sea under its control. According to police,...

Prisoners and Police Officers in Greek Detention Centers Suffer from Tuberculosis

Several prisoners and police officers in Greece have been found infected with tuberculosis. The Greek Center of Disease Control and Prevention (KEELPNO) has stated that it is launching a program to vaccinate convicted prisoners, immigrants held in detention and police...