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Greece Adopts “Robust” Measures to Deal With Migrant Spike

The Greek government on Saturday announced a new "robust" migration policy that, it says, will address the increase of migration flows to the Aegean...

Greek PM Convenes Security Council Over Migrant Spike

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis convened on Saturday a meeting of his top security officials as fears grow that the number of migrants crossing...

Greece Summons Turkish Ambassador To Protest Migrant Arrivals on Lesvos

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendas summoned the Turkish Ambassador to Greece, Burak Özügergin, on Friday to protest the huge numbers of migrants who arrived from...

More Than 500 Migrants Land on Greece’s Lesvos Island on Thursday

More than 500 asylum seekers landed on Greece's Lesvos on Thursday aboard a total of thirteen boats which crossed the Aegean Sea from Turkey. In...

Turkey Stops 330 Migrants Attempting Enter Greece via Lesvos

Turkish authorities seized a total of 330 migrants who were attempting to cross the Aegean Sea and reach European shores on Greece's island of...

Temple of Nemesis Discovered Under Ancient Theater in Mytilene, Greece

An ancient Greek temple dedicated to the goddess Nemesis has been discovered in the ruins of an ancient theater in Mytilene, AMNA news agency reported...

Body of Young Girl Found Off of Greece’s Lesvos

The body of a young girl was spotted floating off of the coast of the Greek island of Lesvos on Sunday morning. People saw a body...

Famous Greek Matriarch Who Helped Migrants Dies (Video)

Maritsa Mavrapidou, who was famously photographed in October 2015 with a refugee baby together with two other ladies on the Greek island of Lesvos,...

Lesvos Migrant Camp ‘a Scar on the Conscience of Europe’, Says Amnesty International

The secretary-general of Amnesty International, Kumi Naidoo, has sent an open letter to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, calling on him to take all necessary...

Greek Sea Scouts Accept John McCain Prize on Behalf of Lesvos

Eighteen-year-olds Xenophon Koukoutas and Giannis Svoros accepted the inaugural John McCain Prize for Leadership in Public Service last Saturday on behalf of the residents...

Following Takedown, Holy Cross Raised Again in Lesvos

Just a week after a holy cross was destroyed, a new holy cross has been raised at the same location on the Greek island...

Newsweek Accused of Fake News About Notorious Greek Migrant Camp

The director of the Moria migrant camp on Lesvos has accused U.S. magazine Newsweek of reporting "fake news" regarding the situation at the camp...

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