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Fewer migrants are arriving in Greece – the EU’s deal with Turkey appears to be working. But for how long? The EU continues to demand visas for Turks entering the bloc, much to Ankara’s displeasure.
A buy-out of the Greek port by Chinese shipping giant COSCO is closer to completion, defying protest. Meanwhile, Germany, pleased by Greece’s economic reforms, has given its stamp on new credit for its government.
Approximately 340 migrants were rescued on Friday and nine bodies were found, according to Greek officials
Can Greece deliver on its promises this time? Michel Friedman interviews Nikos Pappas, Greek Minister of State in Alexis Tsipras’ government.
Greek lawmakers have voted to overhaul the country’s tax and pension systems. The reforms are deeply unpopular, as Athens will be reaching deeper into the pockets of ordinary Greeks. Here’s a look at what got passed.
Only 5 percent of international bailout money for Greece was used to kickstart the country’s languid economy, a new study has found. The rest was used to pay back private creditors, many of which were banks.
Angela Merkel is visiting Turkey with top EU officials in a bid to boost support for the bloc’s controversial migrant deal with Ankara. Human rights groups say the agreement is deeply flawed and should be reassessed.
As part of the new deal between the EU and Turkey, the Greek government wants to bring thousands of refugees from its Aegean islands to the mainland. But shelters there are ill-prepared, as Panagiotis Kouparanis reports.
The refugee camp in Idomeni is to be cleared – but is alternative accommodation in Greece really ready yet? Panagiotis Kouparanis reports from Hersos, where authorities are setting up a new camp.
To further investigate the state of the Greek tourism sector, Daily News interviewed George Alexiou, the owner of the Greek travel agency Santo-Line, based on the Greek island of Santorini
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has called on Greece to implement crucial reforms in its effort to improve stability and recover from a profound social and economic crisis.
The Greek government has delivered at the last minute. Just ahead of the EU Summit in Brussels, the government has unveiled all its new reception centers conceived to stem the refugee flow.
Despite much-hyped EU summits and agreements, Greece has yet to see much substantive practical support in dealing with the refugee crisis, as Pavlos Zafiropoulos writes from Athens.
Establishing Palestinian state is important for launching regional body that deals with gas exploration, says Cypriot analyst
Athens has become the new center of Europe’s migration crisis after receiving more than 2,300 asylum seekers in the space of two days. They had been evicted from the Macedonian border on Wednesday. The mass relocation, coupled with a daily flow of new arrivals from the Greek islands, has left humanitarian aid workers scrambling for space and supplies to house an unprecedented influx of people to the capital
Al-Sisi highlights maritime trade and hydro-carbons as key areas for future investment
Egypt, Greece and Cyprus to hold trilateral summit on Wednesday
Talks aim to enhance security, economic cooperation with Greece and Cyprus
As thousands of Greek pensioners demonstrated in central Athens on Thursday against cuts demanded under an international bailout, the public sector union called its second nationwide anti-austerity strike in under a month
Prices in Greece may be cheap for Europeans and Americans, but difference between euro and the Egyptian pound makes it expensive for Egyptians
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry seeks to limit Islamophobia in European countries
By Maydaa Abo El-Nadar Due to its geographical position, Greece is one of the countries in the middle of the Syrian refugees’ crisis. Athens is the refugees’ lifeline to reach other countries that welcome them, such as Germany. Their journey to Athens starts mainly from Turkey passing through the Greek islands including Lesvos, Chios, Samos, …