A Greek court ruled that the far-right Golden Dawn party was operating as a criminal organization, delivering a landmark guilty verdict in a marathon five-year trial.
A few hundred protesters marched through central Athens on Tuesday, as NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Greek officials.
“I would never have believed that such a large part of the population would deny the obvious.”
Passengers and crew on board the vessel are now confined to the ship while Greek health authorities carry out further tests.
In Europe, we’re living longer than ever before, adding to the strain on health and care services. But smart homes, packed with technology to help assisted living, could lighten the load and keep people in their own homes for longer.
Turkey has accused the European Union of turning a blind eye to what it says is a blatant abuse of human rights.
From September 21 until October 4, a maximum of nine people can gather inside or outside, except in restaurants, bars and coffee shops. Concerts and live musical performances have been banned and indoor cinemas closed.
Olive farming is a crucial part of Crete's economy, but 85% of the Greek island's freshwater is used up by agriculture. Smart farming technology is set to greatly reduce that amount - and revolutionise olive production in the process.
Two people were found dead and another reported missing in floodwaters on mainland Greece after Cyclone Ianos made landfall on Friday.
It comes after fire destroyed the Moria migrant camp, which was home to more than 12,500 migrants. Its capacity was 2,700 people.
Dozens have been rescued after a migrant smuggling boat sank off the southern Greek island of Crete. Three bodies have been recovered and it's not known if others are missing.
Over 12,000 people were left homeless after fires on Tuesday and Wednesday gutted the Moria camp in the midst of a coronavirus lockdown.
Thousands of protesting migrants left homeless on the Greek island of Lesbos after fires destroyed the notoriously overcrowded Moria camp gathered on a road leading to the island's main town Friday, demanding to be allowed to leave.
The descendants of Greek refugees who fled Turkey nearly a century ago tell Euronews their stories
Heads of states of France, Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Italy, Spain and Portugal warned Turkey that "unless it ends its unilateral activities", the EU would "develop a list of further restrictive measures".
4,000 migrants who had left the camp for the island's main port of Mytilini to board ships for the mainland threw stones at police blocking the road.
Thousands of migrants slept on the streets on the Greek island of Lesbos after being evacuated from their camp as fires broke out early on Wednesday.