EU Migration Commissioner Warns Greece to Improve Border Controls

European Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos on Wednesday warned that Greece needs to improve border controls. Avramopoulos spoke to Kathimerini daily and...

Turkey Bans German Defense Minister from Landing on Greek Island

Turkey has banned the landing on the Greek island of Lesbos of a helicopter carrying German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen claiming Lesbos...

21 Drowned Migrants and Refugees En Route to Lesvos Wash Up on Turkey’s Aegean...

The bodies of 21 migrants and refugees who were attempting to cross from Turkey to the Greek islands when their boat capsized due to the rainy weather conditions, washed...

Refugee Children in Greece Write Story Book

Refugee children from various camps in Thessaloniki tell their stories in the book "Wandering Refugee Tales," recounting their adventures away from home. Unlike their situation,...

Cruel Racist Attack in Athens

The humanitarian aid organization, Doctors of the world, reported on Friday a racist attack against an Iranian immigrant. The attack took place two months ago near...

Greek Prime Minister Unveils New Greek Government Agenda

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras addressed the Greek parliament on Monday evening and outlined the agenda of the new Greek government during the first of...

The Trail Of Migrant Abuse At Manolada

The wounding of 29 immigrant workers on a strawberry farm in Manolada in the Peloponnese of Greece has caused outrage from activists and human...

Philosophy School Occupied by Youth, Fears for More to Come From No Border Camp

Early on Friday morning, people occupied the Philosophy school of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in support of the occupation of the Law School....

Minister: Greece Will Speed Up Asylum Applications to 2 Weeks

Greece will be able to process asylum claims within two weeks, including appeals, once a migration deal between the European Union and Turkey is...

Former Argentina President Kirchner: A Country Cannot be in Perpetual Austerity

A country cannot be in perpetual austerity because its economy doesn’t grow, Argentina’s former president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner said on Sunday, during a...

UN: More Than 210,000 Migrants and Refugees Crossed the Greek Borders in October

The United Nations Refugees Agency released a report noting that a total of 218,000 migrants and refugees crossed the Mediterranean in October, while escaping...

Albanian Children in Kavala to Learn Mother Tongue

The Mayor of Kavala, Kostis Simitsis received the general consulate of Albania, Riza Ponta on a ceremonial visit and responded to his request,...

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