Golden Dawn politician and his far-right supporters threaten staff for plans to offer classes to refugee children.
by Patrick Strickland
- Anealla Safdar
by Will Horner
Politics12 Jan 2017 18:58 GMT
UN chief hopes for a breakthrough but says major work remains on how to implement and guarantee a final settlement.
Refugees12 Jan 2017 14:45 GMT
Berlin to begin returning newly arrived asylum seekers to Greece after five-year suspension of such transfers.
Europe12 Jan 2017 06:35 GMT
Maps on territorial claims are exchanged in Geneva, as UN chief travels there to attend peace talks.
Human Rights24 Dec 2016 21:34 GMT
Away from government-run camps and NGO shelters, Syrians, Palestinians, Afghans and Iraqis launch community initiatives.
Business & Economy16 Dec 2016 13:20 GMT
First measures unveiled in over a year as pensioners take to Athens' streets to protest paltry planned handout.
Refugees14 Dec 2016 04:12 GMT
The school offers respite from crowded refugee life and ensures the kids "know how to write [and] to read now."
Politics13 Dec 2016 23:58 GMT
Technocrats handling fiscal adjustment measures called "silly" by PM overseeing its implementation for last 16 months.
Politics12 Dec 2016 20:42 GMT
As Europe's biggest economies head to the polls in 2017, will Greece follow suit?
Europe09 Dec 2016 07:31 GMT
One man's long, winding tale from the civil war and torture in Sudan to legal limbo in Greece.
Politics08 Dec 2016 09:52 GMT
Civil servants, bank staff, merchant seamen and others shut down the country to oppose new pay cuts and taxes.
Shorts29 Nov 2016 20:20 GMT
City Plaza functions collectively with refugees and activists cooking, cleaning, and making decisions together.
Syrian Refugees29 Nov 2016 10:54 GMT
I spent two weeks on Chios volunteering and working with refugees who languish in despair and often succumb to suicide.
Religion25 Nov 2016 08:55 GMT
Muslims in Greece hope that despite protests by the far-right, the government will stick to its plan to build a mosque.
Refugees22 Nov 2016 22:08 GMT
Calls grow for refugee protection, as frustration mounts on Greek islands and more boat disasters occur off Libya.
Greece21 Nov 2016 06:57 GMT
Sunken giant at the bottom of the Aegean: The Britannic, a diver's paradise, provides clues to mysteries of the Titanic.
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by Giorgos Kosmopoulos
by C J Polychroniou
by Iason Athanasiadis
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