Ferries Tied Up By 2-Day Strike

- November 2, 2015

ATHENS – Greece’s ferries have stopped running for 48 hours as seamen walked off the job to protest growing unemployment in their sector, falling income and […]

Greece Opens Prison Drug Rehab

- November 2, 2015

THESSALONIKI – Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras dedicated a new prison wing destined for drug users at Diavata Prison here, calling it a “window of hope.” […]

Strike Ties Up Greek Ferries

- November 2, 2015

Greek ferries stopped running for 48 hours on Nov. 2 as seamen walked off the job to protest growing unemployment and falling income.

Greece Saves 1,431 Refugees

- November 2, 2015

Greece’s Coast Guard said it rescued more than 1,400 people in 39 separate search-and-rescue operations in the eastern Aegean seas.

Refugee Tragedy Shows EU Split

- November 2, 2015

At least 27 people, more than half of them children, died in waters off Greece Oct. 30 to fulfill their dream of a better life in Europe. The tragedy came two days after a boat crammed with 300 people sank off Lesbos, leaving 29 dead.