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EU Urges Greece To Up Asylum

The European Union has called on Greece to review its asylum policies, especially for Syrians fleeing "atrocities" in their country. Greece grants asylum to...

Three Suspects Arrested In Migrant Shootings

Three men who were supervisors on a Greek strawberry farm and suspected of shooting at 200 immigrant workers, injuring 29 of them, were arrested...

Grigoropoulos’ Murderer Still Being Paid

Epaminondas Korkoneas, the policeman who was sentenced to life imprisonment for killing 15- year-old schoolboy, Alexandros Grigoropoulos in 2008 in the Athens neighborhood of...

Draft Decree Against Racist Violence Unveiled

A draft Presidential Decree on dealing with racist violence, which foresees the set-up of a specialized unit in the Greek Police (ELAS), was unveiled...

Evros Anti-Immigrant Fence “Ready in Weeks”

A fence along the Greek-Turkish border designed to prevent illegal immigration through the northern region of river Evros, will be up and fully operational...

Far-right Greek MPs Lose Police Protection

Greece has scrapped police protection for MPs from the far-right Golden Dawn party after the bodyguards did nothing while the deputies went on a...

Greek Professionals Fight Proposed Pay Cuts

Continued political infighting is holding up plans to make cuts to "special salaries" to professions in Greece that want to be protected against more...

Athens Mayor Opens to New Migrant Unit

Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis on Wednesday raised the prospect of a migrant reception center being created in the capital in a bid to set...

Greece Toughens Border Policing Over Syria War

Greece is quadrupling the number of guards at its border with Turkey and boosting other defenses in part because of a potential influx of...

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