Europe

EU's refugee relocation plan about to end

Two years ago, the European Union asked member states to accept refugees seeking asylum in Italy and Greece in order to alleviate the pressure on those countries. That relocation scheme will now end on Friday. It was a test of European solidarity.

Europe

EU urged to resettle refugees directly from Middle East

Greek asylum chief says bloc should take in refugees straight from the Middle East to prevent undocumented migration.

Greece

The Greek gym training anti-fascists

In a basement in Athens, antifascists are combining their love for Muay Thai with their opposition to racism and sexism.

Punching back: Greek gym trains for anti-fascist action

Greece

Greece mourns slain anti-fascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas

A self-professed Golden Dawn member stabbed leftist rapper Killah P to death in Piraeus four years ago on September 18.

Greece mourns slain anti-fascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas

Greece

Gold miner's woes cloud Greece's investment skies

Canada's Eldorado mining firm threatens to pull out amid permit impasse, threatening 2,400 jobs and a $3bn investment.

Gold miner's woes cloud Greece's investment skies

Europe

Homes damaged and hundreds flee as Greece wildfires spread

Firefighters in Greece are struggling to contain several wildfires close to the capital, Athens. Dozens of homes have been damaged and hundreds of people have fled the area.

Greece

Europe still faces a refugee crisis

This year more than 120,000 people have arrived in Europe as documented by the Switzerland-based migration agency IOM.

Humanitarian crises

The ongoing human tragedy in the Mediterranean

Thousands of refugees continue to risk their lives on the Mediterranean to reach the safe shores of Europe.

The ongoing human tragedy in the Mediterranean

Europe

Greek economy struggles to rebound

The Greek government has said bad economic times are almost over as it points to reforms and more borrowing. But businesses say they are suffering more than before because of high taxes. Al Jazeera’s Laurence Lee reports from Chios in Greece.

Europe

EU funding cuts 'threatens refugee education'

Aid groups say EU funding cuts could prevent refugee children on the Greek islands from getting an education.

Reporter's Notebook

Refugee aid dries up in Greece as media interest wanes

The EU claims refugee flows from Turkey to Greece have slowed, so it is cutting funding to aid agencies and paying the Greek government to take over services there instead.

Europe

Refugees in Europe: EU cuts funding to aid agencies

Aid groups helping refugees in Greece are packing up and leaving after the European Union withdrew its funding.

Al Jazeera Selects

Refugees: Between worlds in Israel, Turkey and Greece

Short docs about an Eritrean boarding school in Israel, refugee children in Turkey and a hotel-turned-squat in Greece.

Earthquake

Two killed as strong earthquake hits Greece and Turkey

Deaths on Greek island of Kos as magnitude 6.7 earthquake shakes Greek Dodecanese Islands and Turkey's Aegean coast.

Two killed as strong earthquake hits Greece and Turkey

Refugees

HRW: Greece failing to protect lone refugee children

Greek authorities register unaccompanied refugee children as adults and leave them vulnerable, says Human Rights Watch.

HRW: Greece failing to protect lone refugee children