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Mitsotakis said the wiretap of Nikos Androulakis was wrong.
NATO deploys record 40 firefighting aircraft to Greece
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Greek intelligence chief resigns over alleged spying scandal
Panagiotis Kontoleon resigned Friday over allegations Greece's National Intelligence Agency hacked the phones of a journalist and a socialist opposition leader.
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A fire broke out at Balıklı Rum Hospital in Zeytinburnu, Istanbul for an as yet undetermined reason.
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It's a year since the devastating blaze.
'I fear new famine,' Live Aid relief organiser Geldof tells Euronews
In an interview for Euronews at the Sani music festival in Greece, the Irish rock star and activist accused Vladimir Putin of "using food as a weapon".
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.
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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is in Athens on his first European Union trip since the 2018 killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Wildfires Europe: Greece, Tenerife, and Czech Republic battle new and ongoing blazes
Several major fires are burning across Greece where the heatwave, which started on Saturday, 23 July, has increased the danger of new ones. Meanwhile, a fire in Tenerife has burnt almost 2,500 hectares.
Major wildfires sweep through north, south and east Greece
Greece is battling three major forest fires sweeping across the north, south and east of the country on Sunday.
Emergency evacuation on the Greek island of Lesbos due to forest fire
Evacuation of the popular resort of Vatera on the island of Lesbos due to a forest fire threatening the first houses of the village.
Jordan-bound Ukrainian cargo plane carrying weapons crashes in Greece
The Ukrainian-owned Antonov was carrying 11,5 tonnes of munitions from Serbia to its final destination in Bangladesh, Serbian Minister of Defence Nebojša Stefanović confirmed on Sunday.
Feta cheese is Greek, EU's top court tells Denmark
The European Union's top court has ruled against Denmark and says the country has mislabelled white cheese as "feta".
These Ancient Greek statues used to be colourful
Two historians have created a new exhibition at the Met, returning Greek and Roman statues to their original colours.
Firefighting helicopter crashes in Greece with four people on board
Authorities say the aircraft went down in the Aegean Sea while battling a forest fire on the island of Samos.
UPDATE: Anger as prominent Greek actor get suspended sentence for rape
Lignadis had resigned as artistic director of Greece’s National Theatre when the accusations emerged.
Greece demands answers over map that shows islands as Turkish
The controversial map was gifted to an ally of Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Bulgaria and Greece open new gas pipeline to cut reliance on Russia
The 182-kilometre pipeline from Azerbaijan will connect to the two neighbouring EU countries and reduce dependency on Russian gas.
Greece will raise pensions in 2023 - the first time in over a decade
"Today, Greece is a different Greece," said Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
'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.
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Greece prevents 1,130 migrants crossing Aegean Sea from Turkey
Athens has regularly accused Ankara of violating international law and helping migrants cross the border.
Olympus race: 'Mountain of the Gods' marathon returns to Greek capital
Over 500 runners from across the globe came to Greece to take on the punishing marathon to the summits of the Olympus Mountain -- a race which emulates an ancient Greek pilgrimage.
UN says climate change and Ukraine war driving up refugee numbers
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Festival unites people from three Balkan countries sharing Lake Prespa
For the first time in recent history the Meet Prespa festival took place, connecting people from all three sides of the lake.
Greek coast guards rescue 108 migrants at sea, four remain missing
Meanwhile, authorities in North Macedonia conduct multiple arrests for human trafficking charges after discovering about 100 migrants in two unrelated cases.