Four police officers and a protester were slightly injured on Wednesday during clashes in Ptolemaida, northwestern Greece, when some 50-60 members of a far-right group tried to gatecrash a fire brigade academy graduation ceremony which was attended by Citizens’ Protection Minister Olga Gerovasili.
Approximately 500,000 children are injured in Greece every year out of which 700 die and 3,000 are incapacitated, according to figures released on Wednesday by the Athens-based Pediatric Trauma Care (PTC) organisation.
Four police officers were injured during clashes with members of anti-establishment groups outside the Athens Court of Appeals on Monday.
Two primary school children were injured when a ceiling fan in their classroom came loose and fell during a lesson at the 5th Thessaloniki Primary School, parents reported on Friday.
A total of seven tourists were injured by falling rocks during the collapse of a cliff at Navagio Beach on Zakynthos, based on the last count by Greek authorities on the island.
Four people were lightly injured after a landslide over the iconic Navagio beach on Zakynthos island, western Greece, on Thursday. The three are being transferred to the Zakynthos General Hospital.
Two firemen were injured during an ongoing operation to put out a forest fire that broke out on Wednesday in Sidirokastro area in eastern Mani, Lakonia.
A 32-year-old man taking part in a protest at the Lefkimmi landfill on the island of Corfu was seriously injured when a makeshift explosive device went off in his hands, amputating him from the wrist and injuring his face.
The death toll from forest fires that raged through seaside resorts near the Greek capital Athens has increased to 79 while the number of injured reached 187, according to an announcement by Fire Brigade spokesperson Stavroula Malliris on…
The 14 people that were taken to Kastoria and Florina hospitals with cuts and respiratory problems were discharged after they were given first aid, the Western Macedonia Regional Police Headquarters announced on Sunday.