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Greek police arrest dozens in Athens university drugs raid
Left-wing groups have accused the government of exploiting the incident to justify the presence of police at universities.
Energy crisis: 15 countries call for EU price cap on all gas imports
France, Italy, Spain, Belgium and Greece are among the signatories asking for the unprecedented measure.
Dozens die after migrant boat sinks off the coast of Syria
The boat is believed to have been heading for Europe.
1373km long undersea cable will bring Egypt's 'green energy' to Europe
The project is expected to be completed in 7 to 8 years as Europe attempts to sever ties with Russian fossil fuels.
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EU too severe on Greece during debt crisis says Juncker
Greece is finally turning the page on its debt crisis, with the end to the system of Enhanced Surveillance, put in place to allow European institutions to keep an eye on the government's books.
'Zorba The Greek' actress and singer Irene Papas dies aged 93
Irene Papas, the actress known internationally following performances in “The Guns of Navarone” in 1961 and “Zorba the Greek”, dies aged 93
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More than a hundred Yazidis sleeping outside Greek refugee camp
For almost two weeks, some 120 Yazidis have been sleeping in the street after they have been refused entry to the Serres refugee camp in the north of Greece.
Turkey's President Erdogan begins three-day Balkan tour in Sarajevo
President Erodgan started his visit in Sarajevo, aiming to strengthen regional ties amid political unrest in the area.
Greek spyware scandal pits Brussels against Athens
The surveillance of Greek MEP Nikos Androulakis has raised questions of data privacy, fundamental rights and parliamentary immunity.
Hundreds of children from Bucha enjoy break at Greek holiday camps
The camp officials know that they cannot erase the painful memories of the war. Yet, they hope they are able to offer a few days of freedom and peace.
Meet the choir singing a chorus of diversity in Qatar
"Our choir is immensely diverse. I think it's one of the most diverse choirs in the world."
Clashes as Greek riot police storm Athens camp to evict migrants
Athens is planning to modernise the area where the camp is located and relocate the occupants.
Girl confirmed dead as Greece finds 38 migrants near Turkish border
The UN says the group of 35 Syrians and three Palestinians had been stranded for several days in a restricted military zone.
Greece tennis resort hopes to develop the next generation of champions
The Rafa Nadal Tennis Center offers players the same training methods that helped the 22-time Grand Slam winner reach the top of his game.
Search continues for dozens of migrants missing off Greek coast
Rescue workers are searching for up to 45 people in the Aegean Sea after a boat sank off the coast of Greece.
Greece 'turning a page' as it exits enhanced surveillance programme
It comes 12 years after requiring an international bailout.
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.
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.
Fire broke out at the Greek Balıklı Hospital in Istanbul
A fire broke out at Balıklı Rum Hospital in Zeytinburnu, Istanbul for an as yet undetermined reason.
Athens has not offered enough support over Evia wildfire, say locals
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