03 / 08 / 2022
Solomon’s reporter Malichudis under surveillance for “national security reasons”
In a closed-door Parliamentary meeting, the head of Greece’s National Intelligence Service reportedly confirmed that two journalists had been under surveillance, including Solomon's Stavros Malichudis. A few months ago, Minister of State Giorgos Gerapetritis had repeatedly affirmed that “it is self-evident that there is no surveillance of journalists in Greece.”
10 / 03 / 2022
Solomon files complaint with Supreme Court in case against National Intelligence Agency
Last November, it was revealed that citizens, including a Solomon journalist, were under surveillance by the Greek National Intelligence Agency (EYP) - calling into question the legality of such actions. Now, by filing a legal complaint against EYP with the country's highest court, we call for authorities to investigate the possibility that criminal offences may have been committed by officials of an agency which appears to operate without any accountability.
19 / 11 / 2021
Media Freedom Rapid Response stands in solidarity with Solomon
Intelligence service leak reveals monitoring of investigative platform and journalist
16 / 11 / 2021
I am the journalist being watched by the Greek secret service
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?
15 / 11 / 2021
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?
10 / 05 / 2021
“We call it ‘modernization’” – reception centers for migrants will be ‘closed’ facilities
During her recent visit to Greece, European Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson made assurances that new reception centers on the Aegean islands would not be closed facilities. However, the reconfiguration of existing camps on the mainland into closed facilities are progressing at a rapid pace − and the authorities involved are pointing fingers at each other.