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Greek coastguard intercepts hundreds of migrants arriving from Turkey
Athens says it had blocked the largest single migrant crossing attempt this year.
Greek helicopter pilot given life sentence for murdering British wife
The case prompted widespread outrage in Greece after the man claimed that his wife had died during a burglary.
1p summer holidays are up for grabs in Greece, Spain and Cyprus
One previous winner of the airline’s ‘bid for a break’ competition bagged herself an all-inclusive stay in Crete for 23 cents.
Santorini: Tourism bounces back despite Europe's cost of living crisis
The Greek tourism industry is getting ready for a busy summer season, but many small business owners are worried about the rising cost of living.
The top 7 hotels in Italy, Spain and Greece, according to Tripadvisor
This year’s award winners feature family-friendly Greek resorts, and a boutique Italian B&B in a former 15th century convent.
TUI tells passengers there'll be no food or drink available on flights
Passengers prepare for uncomfortable flights as TUI warns that a shortage of catering is affecting food and drink supplies on its planes.
Greece unveils new state aid scheme to combat rising electricity bills
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has expressed frustration that the European Union has not agreed on a joint response to the energy crisis.
Two men jailed for killing of prominent Greek LGBT+ activist
Four police officers have been acquitted of the offence, prompting anger from human rights groups.
EU countries 'caught between two extremes' over press freedom
"Polarisation to the west, war and propaganda to the east" is how Reporters Without Borders sums up the press freedom situation in the EU.
Greece has scrapped all COVID entry rules before the summer holidays
Here's how travel and domestic restrictions have changed in Greece from May, and when indoor masks are likely to be lifted.
Greek man held on suspicion of kicking kitten into the sea
A viral video of the incident generated outrage on social media.
Italy and Greece relax some COVID restrictions ahead of tourist season
Greece has lifted COVID rules for international and domestic flights while Italy has done away with its health pass.
Greece and Turkey accuse each other's military of airspace violations
The two NATO countries have long-standing sea and air boundary disputes.
Europe’s first earthquake map to help cities and regions most at risk
Scientists have mapped earthquake risk for the whole of Europe, giving tools to decisionmakers to build more resilient communities.
Two men held in Greece after crossing border in 'motorised paraglider'
The men were rescued by local fishermen over the weekend after their light aircraft crashed.
Migrant found shot dead near Turkish border, say Greek police
An investigation has been launched into the incident, which occurred late on Saturday.
What can the world’s Blue Zones teach us about extending our lifespan?
There are lessons to be learned from the communities and regions where people regularly live to 100.
Ukrainians living in Greece mobilise to support Kyiv
On Thursday, people gathered outside the Athens parliament as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed Greek lawmakers via video link.
Two dead after fire on hospital's COVID ward in Thessaloniki
The blaze broke out at the Papanikolaou hospital on Wednesday morning.
Greece repays IMF bailout debt two years ahead of schedule
Three successive bailouts totalling some €260 billion between 2010 and 2018 prevented Greece from going bankrupt.
Mother charged with killing daughter, 9, as other child deaths probed
A 33-year-old mother has been charged with killing her daughter while the deaths of her two other children are being reviewed.
Brussels agrees on more military aid for Ukraine, but no new sanctions
The bloc's foreign affairs ministers also agreed to formally approve the EU's so-called Strategic Compass for defence.
Three workers dead after explosion at Greek dynamite factory
Residents in Greneva could hear the explosion over 20 kilometres away, the local governor said.
Mariupol, like Aleppo or Coventry, 'will be totally destroyed by war'
"What I saw, I hope no one will ever see. Mariupol will be on the list of cities in the world that have been completely destroyed by war."
Hit by high costs, Greek farmers stage tractor protest
Farming associations say they have been left behind by the government's financial support package.
Denmark misusing 'feta' name on cheese exports, says EU court adviser
‘Feta’ can only be used only for cheese originating in the specified geographical area in Greece and complying with the relevant product specification."