A black Opel Corsa that was found burned shortly after the warning calls for the explosion outside the building of Skai TV and Kathimerini newspaper in Faliro on Monday, was stolen from the Athens suburb of Nea Ionia on November 2018 and is thought to be the vehicle used by the perpetrators of the terror attack.
"The co-existence of political disagreement with the choice of violence do not provide good services to democracy," government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said on Monday in a written statement, adding that condemnation of the terrorist…
President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopios Pavlopoulos on Monday unequivocally condemned the terror attack on SKAI TV and expressed his support to the owners and the employees of the TV station and Kathimerini newspaper that are housed in…
"Democracy and pluralism are not silenced," main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on the attack against SKAI TV early on Monday.
"I think that absolute condemnation is self-evident. And this means that this abhorrent act should not become a political confrontation," Minister of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media Nikos Pappas said on Monday in statements…
Commenting on the bomb explosion outside SKAI TV on Monday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras referred to "an attack by cowardly and dark forces against democracy itself."
"This was a strike against democracy. Thankfully, there was only material damage. It is a relief that no one was hurt," Citizen Protection Minister Olga Gerovassili said on Monday regarding the attack outside SKAI TV on Monday,
Police arrested one person and detained another five on Monday following an attack with paint on the French Institute building.
Athens mayor Giorgos Kaminis said on Tuesday that the lack of a plan in tackling attacks against police stations by hooded youths and the lack of culprits being punished has gone too far.
The trial of eight people allegedly responsible for physically attacking SYRIZA Deputy Petros Konstantineas will resume on October 5 due to the absence of the witnesses, the presiding judge said, releasing the defendants until next week.