Greece: Human rights court makes €50,000 ruling in alleged government wiretapping death

The case concerned the investigation into the death of a phone operator employee, Costas Tsalikidis. He was found hanging in his apartment, the day before the Greek Government was informed that many of its members, including the Prime Minister, had had their mobile phones wiretapped.

Greece: Court makes ruling in migrant smuggler human rights complaint

According to judges, the excessive duration of the appeal proceedings did not result in a migrant smuggler serving a longer sentence than should have been the case.

Video: Thierno Diallo’s migrant’s story

Over five videos, Thierno Diallo reveals the violence, desperation and trauma that made him flee his native Guinea for a new life in Greece.

Anti-human trafficking experts publish first report on Greece

The Council of Europe’s expert group against human trafficking (GRETA) praises positive steps taken by Greek authorities to combat the problem but also highlights a number of shortcomings.

Greece: Anti-torture committee criticises treatment of irregular migrants and continued detention of migrant children

The new report published today raises concerns over the situation in “hotspots” on the Aegean islands.