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Dozens missing after migrant boat sinks off coast of Greek island
Greek authorities say a major search and rescue operation has been launched east of the island of Karpathos.
Greek PM 'did not know' about opposition politician wiretap
Mitsotakis said the wiretap of Nikos Androulakis was wrong.
NATO deploys record 40 firefighting aircraft to Greece
Halfway through the summer wildfire season, about 600,000 hectares had been burnt across the EU. This is second only to 2017 when nearly a million hectares when up in smoke.
Frontex 'covered up' illegal migrant pushbacks by Greece: report
Frontex's former boss and some of its staff covered up the pushbacks and lied to MEPs about it, a leaked report by the European Anti-Fraud Office (Olaf) states.
'Violent and illegal' migrant pushbacks must end now, EU warns Greece
Greece has been accused by NGOs of carrying out violent illegal pushbacks of migrants at its border with turkey and at sea. Athens denies the accusations.
Cyprus claims Turkey wants 'complete control' of separatist north
Cyprus is set to lodge a complaint with the United Nations over Turkey's dealings with Turkish Cypriots on the divided island.
Greece and Cyprus lift COVID measures for tourist season
Wearing face masks is no longer compulsory in Greece and Cyprus ahead of the high tourist season.
Brussels agrees on more military aid for Ukraine, but no new sanctions
The bloc's foreign affairs ministers also agreed to formally approve the EU's so-called Strategic Compass for defence.
Eight Bulgarians among 11 missing after fire on ship near Corfu
Rescue teams were hampered on Saturday due to flames fanned by the wind, sporadic explosions and temperatures reaching 500 degrees on board.
Greek parliament approves major arms deals with France
NATO members Greece and Turkey remain at odds over maritime boundaries and mineral exploitation rights in the Aegean Sea and the eastern Mediterranean.
How a fake jabs probe highlights Greece's deep vaccine scepticism
“This is a nation and a culture where doubt is sewn into everything, including the questioning of authority and science, in order to maintain the beliefs they already have.”
Greek journalists call for new 'fake news' law to be withdrawn
A Greek journalists' union says the new legal amendment could endanger the right to press freedom and needs to be rewritten.
Thousands flee as wildfires reach residential areas north of Athens
The blaze sent a huge cloud of smoke over Athens and prompted multiple evacuations near Tatoi, 20 kilometres to the north.
'Out of control': Greek wildfire rages through forest near Athens
The blaze threatened homes near the Greek capital on Tuesday despite a large operation mounted by firefighters.
Smugglers crammed these 15 migrants into one vehicle, say police
Leaders of a gang of smugglers who transported hundreds of migrants across the border from Turkey to Greece have been arrested.
Amnesty accuses Greece of 'systematic' policy of migrant pushbacks
Athens has disputed reports accusing Greek border police of violent returns of refugees and migrants to Turkey.
Greek pilot has confessed to killing his British wife, say police
A Greek pilot who initially claimed his wife had been killed by robbers during a dramatic home invasion has now confessed to her murder, say police.
As diplomats return, is Europe rebuilding bridges with Assad's Syria?
At least five EU countries have brought back diplomats to Damascus despite the bloc's sanctions against the Assad regime, Euronews has learned.
Nine months after fire, work still not started at Greek migrant camp
The redevelopment of Moria camp was supposed to have been finished by now.
EU alarmed by Greece's use of sound cannons at border
Greece is facing questions over its reported use of sound cannons at the border to deter asylum seekers seeking to enter the country.
Brussels wants member states to keep spending to maintain recovery
Brussels wants EU countries to keep investing and spending in order to maintain the recovery from the pandemic.
Greece's mink farms take a different approach to survive the COVID-19 pandemic
In doubt as to whether COVID-19 can be transmitted from mink to humans, various countries across Europe have culled their mink farm populations. But Greece is taking a different direction to protect its economy and its farmers.
Leros' new migrant detention centre brings back old, ugly memories
For forty years the island was known as “The Colony of Psychopaths”. Now, as the Aegean Island begins building a new detention facility, locals are reminded of the past.
Greek villages evacuated as wildfire rages
"This is the first major fire of 2021," a spokesperson for the Greek fire service said.
Greece is preparing for a tourist influx - but is it ready?
Greek politicians have been asked whether they are opening too early. They argue that 2020 is not 2021.
Greece wants to boost growth by 7% from €57bn pandemic recovery plan
Athens will receive €30.5 billion in European Union funds as part of the bloc's so-called Recovery and Resilience Facility.