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Watch: Greek civil servants strike to protect right to strike
Greece's new conservative government, which took office in July, is planning reforms which will affect the ability to strike, collective labour agreements, and labour unions.
Watch: Climate change hits Greek wine as grape harvest falls 30%
Santorini wines are famously sharp but higher temperatures change the acidity of the grape and lead to sweeter wine.
EU helps Greek firefighters battle wildfire near Athens
Wildfires broke out on Tuesday morning in Greece, and more fires have been reported as smoke engulfed Athens.
Blocking North Macedonia accession talks 'undermines EU credibility'
As the EU urged leaders to consider opening membership talks with North Macedonia, Euronews spoke with Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov about their EU ambitions.
EU election’s cross-border candidates
European politicians have also chosen to run in other countries
Migrants and Greeks in Samos share anger and despair
Samos is less than two kilometres away from the Turkish coast and it's one of several so-called "hotspots" for asylum seekers on the Greek islands of the north Aegean Sea.
How Greece turned a deadly road into one of the safest in the country
Discover how one of the most dangerous road sections in Greece became one of the safest highways in the country. The construction of the three new tunnels between Thessaloniki and Athens, the so-called Tempi Tunnels, included 25 km of motorway, 11 km of tunnels and the largest road tunnel
The Brief: Migrant camps in Greece, Tusk in Ukraine and CO2 emissions
In this edition: We speak to a Greek minister about a report from the Council of Europe on the conditions in Greece's migrant camps. Donald Tusk reassures Ukraine over Europe's stance and the EU seeks to reduce CO2 emissions from trucks and buses by 2030.
'Inhuman and degrading': report criticises Greece's refugee
The Council of Europe's Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT) raised concerns Tuesday over the "inhuman and degrading" conditions in Greece's refugee camps. It singles out the Fylakio camp near the Turkish border.
The EU must now honour its commitments to North Macedonia | View
Now that it looks certain the Greek parliament will ratify its neighbour's name change, the EU must help to transform the western Balkans by honouring its accession commitments to North Macedonia.
WATCH IN FULL: Jeroen Dijsselbloem interview
Former Eurogroup head talks to Euronews about Greek debt crisis, drink and women and Brexit
Former Eurogroup head on Greece, Brexit, and failure
"Prepare for some really bad scenarios": Former Eurogroup head on Greece, Brexit, and failure
Brief from Brussels: Greece, Brexit and Sakharov
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Former Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem speaks to Euronews about lessons learned from the Greek debt
Brief from Brussels: 'Mistakes were made,' EU on Greek crisis
'We thought that the situation in Greece was more robust than it was'
Families launch social media appeals for missing loved ones in Greece
Relatives of missing people launch social media search campaigns as wildfires continue to rage across Greece's Attica region
Greek residents share stories of narrow escape from deadly wildfire
Greek citizens share dramatic footage showing narrow escape from deadly wildfires
Eurozone Finance Ministers Weigh Up Debt Relief for Greece
At the 20th Eurogroup meeting of Eurozone finance ministers, the Greek economy was on the agenda. They are weighing up the question of debt relief for Greece as well as the surveillance of its economy in the years to come.
EU migration - 'failure no longer an option'
EU Parliament piles pressure for reform of broken asylum system
Greece: Reforms needed beyond bailout, say Eurozone ministers
Eurozone meeting follows Jean Claude Juncker's visit to Athens, where he talked of a "clean exit" from bailout programme in summer
Greece calls on EU to help free soldiers arrested in Turkey
Two Greek soldiers are being held on suspicion of attempted military espionage and entering a prohibited military zone, according to reports
Brief from Brussels: Greece asks EU to help free soldiers held in Turkey
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Greece calls for EU to help free two soldiers arrested in Turkey; and Belgian residents get free iodine
Brief: Juncker backs Spitzenkandidaten and Turkey looks to ease Aegean spat
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
The Brief from Brussels: EU steps up cyber crime fight
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The European Commission unveils new measures to tackle cyber crime, amid mounting threats; Estonia’s
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EU Commission ups the pressure on Poland
There will no longer be a safety net for Warsaw regarding its judicial reforms.
The Brief from Brussels: Greece off EU budget watch list
This is The Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top EU news stories of the day.
Portugal freed from debt mechanism, as Spain threatens Greece
EU finance ministers have taken Portugal out of its Excessive Debt Procedure.