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The Office of the United Nations Commissioner for Refugees released a report on Wednesday that examines the route refugees take when entering Europe by sea. The report found that so...

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras welcomed the emergency funding Greece will receive in order to tackle the refugee issue in the Mediterranean. In Thursday's emergency...

Not 16, but 156 Turkish islands and islets in the Aegean Sea are occupied by Greece, said a Turkish news website odatv.com report. The report...

Greek Interior Minister Nikos Voutsis appeared highly critical of the northern European countries' migration policy, accusing them of turning Greece "into a theater of mass...

A wooden vessel carrying 138 undocumented immigrants was tracked by a Latvian Coast Guard patrol east of Symi island in the Dodecanese, Greece. Latvian...

Greek authorities arrested 77 migrants trying to enter the country illegally in the sea area of Mykonos. The migrants – 53 men, 12 women and...

Greek Public Order and Citizen Protection Minister Vassilis Kikilias attended an EU Justice and Home Affairs Ministers' Council meeting in Milan yesterday, where he...

In a report released today on the occasion of International Immigrants Day, several organizations report that Greek authorities and Frontex, the European Union agency...

Jean-Claude Juncker, the conservative candidate for European Commission president, is in Athens Monday May 19 to attend a series of appointments. He already had lunch with...

Six municipalities along the Greek-Albanian border in the north-west of Greece have requested a meeting with Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and the Ministers of...

Viewed as a hostile place for immigrants as the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party grew in popularity, Greece is working with outside organizations and NGOs...

Overcrowded inflatable boats of questionable stability carry every day downtrodden citizens of other countries to countries which are considered to be the “Land of...