Stalled vaccination campaign emerges as biggest headache amid fourth wave warningsPoliticsGreek Politics
The return of holidaymakers and the requirement of vaccination certificates in a wide range of activities have failed to boost the rate of new vaccinations, intensifying concern about a potential new wave of Covid-19 infections as the autumn progresses.
Approaching Golden Dawn verdict shines spotlight on Greek politics, justicePoliticsGreek Politics
After five and a half years of hearings, the criminal trial of the political leadership and several members of Greek far-right party Golden Dawn is due to reach a verdict on Wednesday morning.
What brought down Golden Dawn?
The Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn burst onto the parliamentary scene overnight in 2012, to the alarm of democratic forces across Europe. Seven years later, the party finds itself out of the national and the European Parliament after losing more than half its voters.
Greeks consider antisemitism a minor issue despite recent attacksSociety
The latest Eurobarometer report on antisemitism in the European Union has found that Greeks believe this form of discrimination is not a major problem despite a recent wake of such attacks.
Racist attacks fell in 2016, report by monitoring body indicatesSociety
The number of physical and verbal attacks reported to a racist violence monitoring group fell significantly in 2016, according to a monitoring body.