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

Europe

Cyprus talks fail to solve decades-long dispute

Turkish and Greek Cypriot sides, and guarantor powers fail to reach a deal after over two years of UN-backed efforts.

Cyprus talks fail to solve decades-long dispute

Human Rights

Greece releases jailed anarchist writer Tasos Theofilou

Theofilou walks free after five years in jail, but Greek anarchists accuse the government of a crackdown.

Greece releases jailed anarchist writer Tasos Theofilou

Europe

'Most complex' round of Cyprus talks set to begin

FMs of three guarantor powers, the UK, Greece and Turkey, will join talks alongside Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders.

Renewed Cyprus talks set to begin in Switzerland

Europe

Greeks protest government crackdown on refugee squats

An estimated 2,500 refugees and migrants live in squatted buildings in Athens - some of which are at risk of eviction.

Greeks protest government crackdown on refugee squats

Europe

Greece urged to not send refugees back to Turkey

Refugee advocates are hoping Greece's supreme court will stop people who have lost their asylum claims from being returned to Turkey, which is not deemed safe for many migrants and refugees.

Europe

Eurogroup approves $9.5bn bailout for Greece

Eurozone ministers prepared to ease burden of country’s debt repayments at the end of current bailout programme.

Eurogroup approves $9.5bn bailout for Greece

Europe

Eurozone ministers agree Greece bailout payment

Ministers agree to give Athens $9.5bn but warn Greece will have to wait for debt relief.

Eurozone ministers agree Greece bailout payment

Earthquake

Quake kills woman, destroys houses on Greece's Lesbos

Powerful 6.2 magnitude tremor causes extensive structural damage on parts of Greek island and is also felt in Turkey.

Earthquake kills woman, destroys houses on Lesbos

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

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