Why Turkey’s Historic Churches Are Being Turned Into Mosques

The Christian churches in Turkey that have been turned into mosques is the subject of an interesting report in the Assyrian International News Agency. As...

UN: Step Up Efforts to Protect Migrants, Refugees

A new U.N. report expresses concern about rising xenophobia and discrimination against migrants and refugees. “Xenophobic and racist responses to refugees and migrants seem to...

British Police Fly to Kos in Search for New Witnesses on Ben Needham Case

A team of British police officers are heading to Kos in search for new witnesses that will assist in the case of Ben Needham...

Avramopoulos: All Border Controls for 5 EU Countries Must Be Extended

Internal border controls imposed by five Schengen-area countries will have to be extended by an additional six months as there are still some problems...

Varoufakis: Britain Should Stay in the EU to Stem Germany’s Advance

Britain should stay in the European Union because a Brexit would destroy the continent's unity and Germany will be the new ruler of Europe,...

Easter Holidays for Russian Tourists Canceled due to Visa Issuance Delay

At least 20 vacation packages from Russia toward Greece for the Easter Holidays have been canceled in the past few days, due to delays for visa...

EU Commissioner Avramopoulos Inaugurates Regional Task Force’s Building in Catania

EU Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos inaugurated on Wednesday the new building of the EU Regional Task Force in Catania, Sicily. Avramopoulos...

Archaeologists in Turkey Discover Ancient Mosaic With Greek Message

Archaeologists in Turkey have discovered a unique 2,400 year-old ancient Greek mosaic. The floor tiles, found in Hatay province on the Turkish-Syrian border, show a...

International Day for the Greek Language Celebrated in Naples, Italy

A literary marathon, concert, discussions and a theatrical play, were several of the activities included in the program of the first International Day for...

500 People Feared Dead in Mediterranean

The U.N. refugee agency is confirming reports that up to 500 people may have lost their lives when an overcrowded boat capsized and sank...