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New rail safety measures promised following deadly Greece train crash
Giorgos Gerapetritis has promised a complete technological upgrade to the country's rail system following February's deadly train crash which killed 57 people
Good news for Greece as renewables fully power country for first time
Solar, wind and hydro made up almost 50% of the nation’s power mix in the eight months to August this year.
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.
Which European cities are cheapest for an autumn break?
This marks the first time in 15 years that western European city breaks have beaten eastern cities in the Post Office's annual report.
Athens has not offered enough support over Evia wildfire, say locals
It's a year since the devastating blaze.
Welcome to Europe’s largest open-air digital art exhibition
A giant planet, robot and artificial moon: this is Europe’s largest open-air digital art exhibition
Greek school welcomes Ukrainian children who fled war
"The Greek children offered gifts to their new classmates, paintings and all their love," said Athina Pirgaki, a teacher at the school in Athens.
Can the weather be weaponised? Where climate data and art meet
Via site-specific commissions, sound and video installations, sculptures, films and 3D-printed objects, Weather Engines explores themes, locations and historical contexts.
Hit by high costs, Greek farmers stage tractor protest
Farming associations say they have been left behind by the government's financial support package.
Watch as Istanbul and Athens are covered with a blanket of snow
Istanbul and Athens are usually great destinations for some milder weather at this time of year. But climate change has put a stop to that and blanketed the cities in snow.
Night owl? These are the 6 cities that never sleep
Whether you want to eat at midnight or dance until dawn, these are the best cities for club and bar hopping.
Greek prime minister apologises after heavy snowfall strands hundreds
Kyriakos Mitsotakis has blamed a toll road operating company after drivers were forced to abandon cars due to the snow in Athens.
Powerful explosion injures 3, damages offices buildings in Athens
The blast occurred early on Wednesday morning and caused a fire in the building.
Severe weather front hits Greece and Turkey
Heavy snow blankets Turkey and Greece
'Exceptional conditions': Heavy snowfall hits Greece and Turkey
Greece's parliament was closed on Monday, while a number of schools in the country also reverted to online classes.
Air pollution in Europe: These are the worst-hit cities to live in
According to a study by the company Airly, fine particle pollution is particularly high in the cities of the Balkans and Central Europe.
Athens cautious as Greece prepares for another Christmas with COVID
Locals in Athens tell Euronews they are staying away from large crowds during the Christmas period.
Hundreds of would-be Santa Claus run down Athens to raise money
This year's Santa Run was the first since 2019 after the event was canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Runner, 88, sets sights on marathon after losing stomach to cancer
After losing his stomach to cancer, Panagiotis Dousis, 88, is setting his sights on running a marathon.
Jonas Kaufmann mesmerises Athens in a stunning setting
For more than 20 years, tenor Jonas Kaufmann has been singing at opera houses all over the world. Now he has made his debut at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus at the foot of the Acropolis in Athens.