In doubt as to whether COVID-19 can be transmitted from mink to humans, various countries across Europe have culled their mink farm populations. But Greece is taking a different direction to protect its economy and its farmers.
For forty years the island was known as “The Colony of Psychopaths”. Now, as the Aegean Island begins building a new detention facility, locals are reminded of the past.
"The closure of Kara Tepe municipal camp marks the end of an era for refugee reception in Greece."
With a valid PCR test, performed 72 hours before departure or a rapid self-test, EU, UK, US, Serbian and Israeli residents can visit Greece without quarantine.
The Cyprus conflict has been known as "the graveyard of diplomats". Will the new round of UN-mediated talks next week be any different?
The street value of the drugs is estimated at around €33 million.
Turkey doesn't accept international rules when it comes to exploratory drilling for gas in the eastern Mediterranean, Greece's foreign minister has told Euronews.
Greece's Epirus region hosts 5 of the country's most important ancient theatres. Some famous, but others little-known. Could this EU project unearth these architectural treasures and put them centre stage once again?
Giorgos Karaivaz was found dead, shot multiple times, beside his car in the Greek capital.
Greek flag hoisted at Acropolis as nation celebrates revolution bicentennial