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Migrants arriving in Greece say they are being given no protection from coronavirus as UNHCR describes conditions in some camps as inhumane
It is 199 years since the beginning of the war against the Ottoman Empire that saw Greece become an independent state.
He had to paint on the roof of his apartment building because Greece, like several other European countries, is on lockdown.
NGOs and MEPs are calling on the EU to act to prevent an outbreak of novel coronavirus in overcrowded camps in Greece.
Precision Farming - or Smart Farming - is aimed at better targeting of resources to the individual animal or crop to avoid waste and improve results and welfare. The sector is set to double by 2025.
The priest was released after being asked to follow the measures introduced by the Greek government and the Church of Greece amid the coronavirus crisis.
The EU and Greek government have agreed a financial aid package to encourage migrants in overcrowded camps on Greek islands to voluntarily return to their country of origin.
Ayse Erdogan says the Greek authorities forced her back over the border to Turkey - in contravention of international law - and she has the evidence to prove it.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said there was "no difference" between the Nazis and the Greek authorities forcibly repelling migrants.
As churches across Europe are cancelling masses and banning believers from kissing sculptures, the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece has said that diseases cannot be transmitted via holy communion,
Frontex has to operate while respecting European and human rights law, and this cannot be the case when migrants cannot apply for asylum.
This language of invasion has become increasingly mainstream as it trips off the tongue of populist political leaders around the world. These populists stoke xenophobia and dangerous nationalism to gain and retain power, erecting fences and walls as physical embodiments of their prejudice.
Some say the town should welcome the new arrivals. Others want them gone.
In 2016, Turkey was promised up to 6 billion euros in aid for the more than 3.5 million Syrian refugees it hosts, as well as fast-tracked EU membership. Now, the EU and Turkey will review the deal.
Greek border police fired teargas toward migrants on Saturday as tension continued at a border crossing in the Evros region
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s cynical move to open his western EU borders to allow refugees and migrants to leave - while keeping his southern border to Syria shut to asylum seekers desperate to escape the onslaught there - poses an enormous challenge to Greece and the European Union.
As Europe faces questions over human rights on the border of Greece, the EU stands firmly behind Athens on its tough stance protecting the frontier.
He was speaking after accusations of violence at the Greek-Turkish border.
Migrants waded across the Evros River in northwestern Turkey on Wednesday as they attempted to reach the land border with Greece.
A migrant was killed by gunfire while trying to illegally cross the border from Turkey to Greece, authorities in Turkey said on Wednesday. Greece issued an immediate denial.
As a growing number of migrants tries to cross from Turkey into Europe, people-smugglers are working to thwart Greek border patrols.
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The EU has pledged €700 million in aid to Greece as European leaders visited the Greek-Turkish border which thousands of migrants have been trying to cross.
"The agreement from March 2016 is seriously damaged," said former diplomat Marc Pierini.
A Greek coastguard vessel appears to sail very close to a boat of migrants.
A child died when a small boat capsized at sea off Greece on Monday as migrants tried to push into Europe after Turkey opened its frontiers for refugees to pass though.