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Greek-French Architect Designs Multipurpose Life Jacket for Refugees and Migrants

A young Greek-French architect has recently developed a new, innovative life jacket which could help refugees and migrants in many ways while they make...

Greek-American Author Seeks to Turn Book On His Beloved Arcadia Into Film

Dr. Nicholas Kokonis’ inner need to address how a man finds his place in the world prompted the Greek-American to write his book entitled...

Nine Migrants Missing as Boat Sinks off Turkey’s Aegean Coast

The Turkish Coast Guard announced on Monday that a dinghy carrying forty migrants sank near the coast of Bodrum in the Aegean Sea. Thirty-one people...

At Least Seven Dead as Migrant Dinghy Capsizes off Lesvos, Greece

A new tragedy involving refugees and migrants took place in the early hours of Tuesday off the coast of the Greek island of Lesvos,...

Shapiro Foundation to Grant 18 Scholarships to Greece’s Refugee Children

The ''HOME Project,'' a nonprofit organization which offers shelter and employment for children and young refugees in Greece, recently announced the granting of 18...

Greece First in EU in New Migrant Arrivals for 2019, UN Confirms

Greece received the biggest number of migrants from January 1 to May 8, the United Nations (UN) confirmed on Friday. According to the UN Migration...

Survey Finds Greeks Are More Empathetic Toward Refugees Than Other Europeans

A new report published recently shows that the Greek people are more empathetic toward refugees compared to other Europeans. The report, titled ''Attitudes Towards National Identity,...

Europol Chief Visits Greek-Turkish Border at Evros

EUROPOL executive director Catherine De Bolle visited Greece's border region of Evros on Thursday. De Bolle wanted to see for herself the situation at the...

Greek Police Detains Islamist Terrorist Who Tried to Enter Greece

A reportedly dangerous Islamist terrorist was arrested in Greece's border city of Evros recently and is now in the custody of the Greek police. According...

Refugees Camped at Athens’ Syntagma Square Transferred to Eleonas Refugee Camp

Approximately forty refugees and migrants, including many children, who had been camping at Syntagma Square in Athens since Thursday, left the square on Saturday...

Municipality of Athens Launches Refugee Integration Program

"Curing the Limbo", a new pilot program for refugee integration, was presented on Monday by the Municipality of Athens. The program is a European pilot...

Study Finds Brain Drain is the Biggest Worry of Greeks and Other Europeans

A survey conducted recently by YouGov for the European Council on Foreign Relations shows that the nations of Southern and Eastern Europe worry more...

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