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Missing Refugee Child’s Death Probably Caused by Drowning, Coroner Says

A preliminary examination of the seven-year-old Syrian child found dead in the sea in Skaramangas indicates that his death was caused by drowning, the...

HRW Blasts Greece for Failing to Protect Refugee Children

Greek authorities on Lesvos have failed to protect unaccompanied children from abuse by placing them in refugee camps with unrelated adults, says Human Rights...

Vessel with 110 Refugees Aboard Located South of Methoni

A vessel with 110 refugees aboard was located 54 nautical miles southwest of Sapienza islet, south of Methoni, the Peloponnese. According to the Greek Coast...

Free App Provides Accurate Legal Information for Asylum Seekers

The Greek NGO, Hellenic League for Human Rights (HLHR), announced on Thursday the creation of a new application for mobile phones (Android and iPhones)...

Lesvos Receives 940 Migrants in June, a Record for 2017

The island of Lesvos received 940 migrants and refugees in June, a record number for 2017, says an Athens News Agency report. Compared to the...

9,487 Migrants and Refugees Stranded on the Northern Aegean Islands

Sixty-eight new migrant and refugees arrivals were recorded on the island of Lesvos in the last 48 hours while no arrivals were reported on...

World Refugee Day Finds Tens of Thousands of Asylum Seekers Likely to Stay in...

The culmination of the refugee crisis in the summer of 2015 has left its mark on Greece, as tens of thousands asylum seekers seem...

Migrant Flows to Greek Islands on the Rise Again

Migrant flow from Turkey to the northeastern Aegean islands is on the rise in the past ten days putting locals under great pressure in...

Airbnb Working with SolidarityNow on Free Refugee Housing Platform in Greece

The hospitality firm Airbnb and SolidarityNow on Thursday announced the launch of a new electronic "open houses" platform that helps people offer shelter to...

Mouzalas Opens Two New Refugee Camps in Serres and Drama

Migration Policy Minister Yiannis Mouzalas inaugurated two new refugee camps in Serres and Drama describing them as "decent camps for dignified people." The camps will...
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Nitzia Logothetis: Refugee Children Toxically Stressed in Greece (Video)

"Refugee children at the Souda refugee camp on Chios are toxically stressed," said Nitzia Logothetis, founder and executive chairwoman of the Seleni Institute,...

‘Ascend’ Initiative to Aid Refugees and Disadvantaged Greeks

Ascend is a new philanthropic initiative that was announced on Thursday at the Concordia Europe Summit in Athens, aiming at helping refugees and Greeks...

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