The Far Right

Golden Dawn's tapped phone calls: 'I will stab you'

Evidence presented at trial of 69 Golden Dawn members detail the close ties between police and the neo-fascist party.

Tapped phone calls further reveal Golden Dawn's police ties

The Far Right

'Burn them alive': Refugees attacked on Greece's Lesbos

Mob of far-right protesters attack group of refugees and migrants, sparking clashes on the Greek island.

Far-right attacks increase tension in Greece's Lesbos

Human Rights

'Always worried': Greeks fear government home auctions

Home auctions have been the source of anger and protest in Greece, where austerity continues to take its toll on many.

Greeks continue protests against controversial property auctions


Refugees on Greek islands angry at freedom for new arrivals

Rights group call Greek government to lift refugees' movement restrictions independently from the date of arrival.

Refugees on Greek islands angry at freedom for new arrivals


Golden Dawn Girls: What Happened to Greece?

Meet the wives, mothers and daughters behind Greece's notorious right-wing Golden Dawn party.

Reporter's Notebook

Where does Golden Dawn fit in Europe's populist wave?

Far-right groups have surged across Europe. Why hasn't Golden Dawn been able to grow?

What is the future of Greece's neo-fascist Golden Dawn?


Facing pushbacks, more refugees reach Greece by land

Greek police detained 1,658 refugees and migrants in March after they crossed the border from Turkey by land.

Refugees increasingly entering Greece via land routes


Greece demands release of soldiers held in Turkey

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says Ankara uses Greek soldiers as 'pawns to blackmail', an accusation Turkey denies.

PM Tsipras demands release of Greek soldiers held in Turkey

Poverty & Development

UK paper cancels Greece 'poverty' tour and apologises

The Guardian offered an apology after social media users blasted the paper for 'poverty porn' over crisis tours.

The Guardian apologises for controversial Greece 'poverty' tour

Talk to Al Jazeera

Akinci: Greek Cypriots all talk and no action on reunification

Turkish Cypriot leader says 'accidents can happen at any time' amid gas dispute, and resolution is increasingly complex.


UK paper gets online flak for 'Greek crisis holiday'

Advertisement removed after Greeks slam British newspaper for 'offensive' financial and refugee-crisis themed trip.

The Guardian gets online flak for 'Greek crisis holiday'


Uptick in refugee arrivals fuels concern in Greece

Human rights groups and local authorities fear another uptick in refugee arrivals could worsen living conditions.

Concern as 300 refugees and migrants reach Greek island of Lesbos


Varoufakis forms anti-austerity political party

Ex-Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis unveils MeRA25 in a bid to mount a pan-European movement by 2025.

Greece: Yanis Varoufakis launches political party


Turkey slams EU statement on Cyprus gas dispute

Ankara slams European Council for backing Athens and Nicosia over Turkish arrest of Greek troops and Cyprus gas dispute.

Turkey slams EU statement on Greece, Cyprus before key summit


Neo-Nazis attack Afghan community centre in Athens

The incident comes on the heel of a sharp uptick in far-right violence targeting refugees, migrants, Muslims and others.

Neo-Nazis attack Afghan Community in Greece's office in Athens