The Far Right

Tensions high in Athens ahead of nationalist rally

Hundreds of Golden Dawn members rallied in Athens in advance of a demonstration against negotiations with Macedonia.

Tensions high in Athens ahead of nationalist rally

Refugees

Ninety feared dead after shipwreck off Libya coast

International Organization for Migration says three people survived the incident early on Friday.

Ninety feared dead after shipwreck off Libya coast

Libya

Saving refugees in the Mediterranean Sea

Nearly 200 people died trying to reach Europe via the Mediterranean in the first half of January this year.

Saving refugees in the Mediterranean Sea

Cyprus

Untold tale of Cypriot children's journey into unknown

As uncertainty gripped Cyprus in late 1974, hundreds of boys and girls were sent to a safer environment in Greece.

Cypriot children's 1974 journey into the unknown

Greece

Israeli president visits Greece amid criticism

Left-wing and Muslim groups say Greece's left-wing ruling party has abandoned the Palestinians.

Israeli President Rivlin visits Greece amid criticism

Reporter's Notebook

EU's liberal voice lost in battle against refugees

In its effort to appear tough on immigration, the EU appears to have joined the likes of Hungary in its battle against refugees.

Europe

Refugee crisis: Northern Greece struggles to house new arrivals

The second-largest city in northern Greece, Thessaloniki, has apparently run out of room completely to house new arrivals.

Greece

Evros river: 'Forced pushback' of refugees at the edge of EU

Refugees trying to enter Greece through its northern land border with Turkey have told Al Jazeera they have been threatened and forced to go back, illegal under international humanitarian law.

Opinion

Will Greece and Macedonia end their name dispute?

Athens and Skopje have a historic opportunity to agree on a mutually acceptable name and end the impasse.

Dimitar Bechev

by Dimitar Bechev

Dimitar Bechev

Europe

Greek scientists reconstruct the face of ancient women

Scientists in Greece have used cutting-edge technology to reconstruct the face of Dawn, a cave-dweller from 9,000 years ago.

The Far Right

Greek far right burn squats, vandalise Holocaust statue

Violence followed rally by hundreds of thousands of nationalists Thessaloniki over Macedonia name dispute.

Greek far right burn squats, vandalise Holocaust statue

Refugees

Rare look at life inside Lesbos' largest refugee camp

Images capture living conditions the Greek island's largest camp, home to thousands of refugees and migrants.

Rare look at life inside Lesbos' Moria refugee camp

Racism

'We kill Muslims': Far-right Greek group threatens NGOs

Muslim Association of Greece and other groups receive menacing messages from caller boasting of racist attacks.

Greek neo-Nazi group threatens Muslim association

Greece

Greek parliament approves more austerity measures in bailout bid

The austerity measures, which met protests, will cut family benefits, make it easier for banks and the state to seize property and make it more difficult for workers to strike.

Refugees

Europe stumbles forward in search for migration policy

Competing visions of the future of EU immigration policy are straining relations between countries.

Europe stumbles forward in search for migration policy