GEVGELIJA, FYROM — Thousands of beleaguered migrants — mostly Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans fleeing bloody conflicts — crammed into trains and buses in the […]
CONSTANTINOPLE – The Greek Orthodox community in Constantinople wants to remove the graves of Papa Efhtim and his sons, Papas Efthim II and III, from […]
Thousands of migrants on Aug. 22 rushed past baton-wielding FYROM police blocking them from entering FYROM from neighboring Greece.
Thousands of rain-soaked migrants, including many women and children, remained trapped in a no man’s land between Greece and FYROM as FYROM police continued to block the frontier on Aug. 22, preventing them from heading north to the European Union.
The Feast of the Dormition of the Theotokos (colloquially referred to as “Panagias”) had special reverence on the Dodecanese island of Pserimos.
Greece accused a Canadian firm of holding 2,000 workers in its northern Greek mines “hostage” after work was halted there.
Fearful of reforms that could bring in competition, Greek pharmacists say they will take their case to the European Court of Justice if they must.
FYROM special police forces fired stun grenades Aug. 21 to disperse thousands of migrants stuck on a no-man’s land with Greece.
Thousands of migrants reached Greece’s main port near Athens on Aug. 20, telling stories of begging for necessities.
Greek bureaucratic chaos is making life even harder for thousands of Syrian refugees already grappling with exhaustion, hunger and uncertainty.