Athens Protest Over Murder of Pakistani Worker

Hundreds of protesters turned out in Athens on Jan. 19 for a demonstration against rising assaults on immigrants and the murder of a young...

No Account Of Immigrant Kids In Greece

Thousands of immigrant children in Greece may be living on the streets or in places unknown, with only 397 being recorded staying in shelters,...

General Strike in Greece on November 6

On Wednesday November 6,  a general strike of public and private sectors will take place for 24-hours and there is a possibility that protests...

15 Years Ago, AEK’s Solidarity with War-Hit Serbs (video)

Fifteen years ago, at the height of the NATO bombing of Serbia, one of Greece’s top football teams, AEK Athens defied an international embargo and traveled to...

UNHCR Expresses Appreciation over Cypriot Govt’s Efforts to Assist Refugees

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) appeared pleased with the Cypriot government's enormous efforts in providing assistance to over 330 Syrian and Palestinian...

Consultation for Ukraine’s Greek Expatriates Held in Foreign Ministry

A biministerial meeting was held earlier today at the Greek Foreign Ministry under Minister Nikos Kotzias, regarding the deteriorating situation in Ukraine and the...

EU Commissioner Avramopoulos: Coordinated Action on Migration Needed

The need to address the migration phenomenon with decisive and coordinated European action underlined the Commissioner for Immigration, Citizenship and Internal Affairs, Dimitris Avramopoulos....

Greek Authorities Recover the Bodies of 4 Immigrants

On Friday, February 7, Greek authorities discovered the bodies of four immigrants. The immigrants drowned while a coast guard vessel was towing their...

Immigrants Still Targets In Greece

As the Greek government has set aside a bill to increase penalties for racist attacks, the number of assaults against immigrants is continuing unabated,...

German Court Convicts Smugglers Over Migrant Deaths in Lesvos

A court in southern Germany has convicted three Syrian men over the drowning deaths of 13 migrants off the coast of Greece, in Lesvos...

Turkish Fury at Greek Court Over Asylum for Coup Suspects

Turkey slammed the decision of Greek Council of State to reject the government’s objection against its earlier ruling that granted right of asylum to...

Thrace’s Muslim Minority Reacts to “8” Army Coup Officials in Greece

The Muslim minority at the Greek province of Thrace was quick to react to the news that eight military officials involved in the failed...

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