Human Rights

Concerns as Greek police clear out Athens refugee camp

Activists decry move to relocate hundreds of people outside Greek capital, as evacuation operation gets under way.

Concerns as Greece clears out Elliniko refugee camp

Special series

Debt Machine

A look into the global economic system, focusing on the role of debt and Europe's debt crisis spiraling out of control.

Europe

Former Greek PM injured in letter bomb car explosion

Lucas Papademos, a former central bank chief, admitted to hospital in Athens after being targeted by explosive device.

Former PM Lucas Papademos injured in car explosion

Europe

In Greece, a tale of two families and two crises

Two families - one Greek, one Iraqi - come together in a Lesbos hotel, looking for stability amid their own crises.

A crisis within a crisis: Refugees in Lesbos

Europe

Eurozone fails to agree fresh Greek bailout

Talks in Brussels did not end in a deal needed to unlock Greece’s next installment of multi-billion euro bailout.

Human Rights

How an Afghan refugee is fighting Greece's far-right

One Afghan refugee's journey from his war-torn homeland resulted in him fighting Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party.

From NATO to Antifa: One Afghan's journey to Greece

Greece

Why are so many young Greeks turning to farming?

Eight years into an economic crisis, a shortage of jobs is leading many young Greeks to turn to the land.

Why are so many young Greeks turning to farming?

Europe

Greece approves more austerity to unlock bailout

Thousands rally against austerity outside parliament as MPs vote for further pension cuts and tax hikes in 2019-2020.

Greece approves more austerity to unlock bailout

Business & Economy

Thousands protest against austerity in Greece

Almost 18,000 people take to the streets of Athens and Thessaloniki against new round of cuts in pension and tax break.

Europe

Greece: A gateway for China's New Silk Road into Europe

Chinese shipping company COSCO is the majority stakeholder in Piraeus port, Greece’s largest, and Chinese officials harbour hopes it will become a major international trading hub.

Europe

Greece: IVF use decreases due to economic crisis

One in five Greek couples uses artificial insemination - one of the highest rates in the world. An economic reform bill to secure Greece's next European bailout contains austerity measures to further cut pensions.

Europe

Greek authorities struggle to cope with refugee crisis

Hundreds of thousands of refugees are living in limbo on the Aegean islands, and Greek officials are under pressure to speed up the asylum process. EU officials are encouraging unsuccessful applicants to abandon their right of appeal.

Refugees

Why some refugees in Greece are being driven to suicide

'This is like a zoo and we're like animals,' says one refugee as others say a 'mental war' is being waged on them.

Why some refugees in Greece are being driven to suicide

Europe

Greece debt: Government reaches deal with creditors

Greece has reached an agreement with its creditors that allows it to continue to claim bailout funds. Without the loans, the government would go bankrupt. But the agreement means more cuts, which are proving politically painful for the Syriza party

Human Rights

'All you are is a number': Inside a Greek refugee camp

More than 62,000 refugees and migrants have been stuck in Greece since borders closed across the Balkans in March 2016.

Life in Greece's Elliniko refugee camp