Greek doctor convicted over anti-Jew sign
A Greek doctor was convicted of breaking anti-racism laws for putting up a "Jews not welcome" sign outside his office and given a 16-month suspended sentence Friday.


Costas Kastaniotis, 57, was also convicted of weapons possession and ordered to pay a $3,470 fine by a court in the northern city of Thessaloniki. Police searching Kastaniotis' home just outside the city found daggers with Nazi symbols, a Nazi flag and printed material from the extreme right-wing Golden Dawn party. (AP)