Our colleague Stavros Malichudis found out from a newspaper article that the National Intelligence Service, the agency charged with protecting national security, had information “from a highly credible source” about a story he was working on. He asks: Is journalism a threat to democracy?
Greek National Intelligence Service spying on Solomon: Does our journalism threaten national security?
Greece’s central intelligence agency targeting the work of Solomon… What’s going on?
Ιn our effort to shed light on important issues of public interest, we join forces with The Manifold, an independent investigative outfit, which specializes in in-depth, long-form journalism.
The agricultural sector in Greece employs about 528,000 farmers, 12% of the total labor force, and is based on small, family-run holdings, dispersed throughout Greece’s countryside. This, at least, is what’s commonly presented.
Many domestic workers in Greece have been living in the worst possible conditions. Many migrant women who worked as domestics and babysitters have lost their jobs.
Our team is thrilled to announce that our story “The Logbook of Moria” has been nominated for the 2021 European Press Prize for the Distinguished Reporting Award
With more than 12.000 pageviews in a single weekend, and hundreds of shares on Facebook and Twitter, our reporting on the “Millions in funding at stake for refugee housing” became the most read article at Solomon.
It was March 2020 when Greece imposed the first lockdown to combat the spread of COVID-19. The country is currently in its second lockdown, which for the moment has been extended until January 7, 2021.
When we got the news of the fire, we knew we had to return to the island.