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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
"I had a right to build a better future, it wasn't possible to do that in Somalia." Abdullahi Ahmed, now a councillor in Turin, spoke to delegates on UN World Refugee Day.
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.
Queues return to Greek soup kitchens as inflation takes its toll
First, the financial crisis played havoc with Greece. Then the pandemic showed up. And now: inflation. will Greeks manage to weather the storm again?
Watch: Athletes compete in parkour's most prestigious competition
Billed as the most daring freerunning competition in the world, the Red Bull Art of Motion 2022 showcased gravity-defying stunts and tricks. But who was crowned the King and Queen of parkour?
Anti-fascist protesters rally during Golden Dawn appeal trial
Dozens of members of the neo-Nazi party have appealed their lengthy prison sentences.
Is Britain finally ready to share the Parthenon Marbles with Greece?
Ahead of UNESCO talks over the ownership of the Parthenon Marbles between Greece and the UK, the British Museum president has suggested he would be open to sharing.
Greece renews calls for Iran to release two oil tankers and crew
The vessels were seized by Iran's Revolutionary Guards in the Persian Gulf in May.
Turkey and Greece in fresh clash over Aegean Sea islands
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned Greece to demilitarise islands, tweeting in both English and Greek.
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.
These are the countries where your money will go furthest in Europe
British tourists have voted on which holiday spots offer the best value for money.
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.
Volunteer divers clear tons of dangerous 'ghost nets' from the Greek coastline
Huge carpets of nets and equipment left behind from fish farms abandoned a decade ago are posing a threat to marine life off Ithaca. A consortium of divers from across Europe is fighting back.
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I book trains for a living, here are my best flight-free travel tips
Booking trains abroad can be confusing, leading many to take flights. But this comprehensive guide makes the exciting world of train travel just as easy.
Fire in Greece burns humanitarian aid destined for Ukraine
Piles of charred clothing sit in a storage area after a fire destroyed 20 tonnes of clothes and blankets donated in Greece for war-hit Ukrainian refugees, an aid group said.
Why Britain should want to return the Parthenon Marbles
As talks open up between Britain and Greece over the Parthenon Marbles, Evangelos Kyriakidis makes a moral argument instead of a legal one.
Greek coastguard intercepts hundreds of migrants arriving from Turkey
Athens says it had blocked the largest single migrant crossing attempt this year.
Greek helicopter pilot given life sentence for murdering British wife
The case prompted widespread outrage in Greece after the man claimed that his wife had died during a burglary.
1p summer holidays are up for grabs in Greece, Spain and Cyprus
One previous winner of the airline’s ‘bid for a break’ competition bagged herself an all-inclusive stay in Crete for 23 cents.
Santorini: Tourism bounces back despite Europe's cost of living crisis
The Greek tourism industry is getting ready for a busy summer season, but many small business owners are worried about the rising cost of living.