Bartholomew I, Archbishop of Constantinople Pens Congratulatory Letter to President-Elect Trump

Bartholomew I, Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch, is the latest of world organization leaders to congratulate U.S. President-Elect Trump. His Holiness recently wrote...

Erdogan Makes Veiled Threat to Unleash 3 Million Refugees into the EU

While speaking to Al Jazeera, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Europe wouldn't know what to do if the 3 million refugees currently...

Albanian Authorities Order the Evacuation of 19 Greek Homes in Himare

Nineteen Greek expatriate families living in Himare, Albania, were ordered by local authorities to evacuate their homes within five days because they will be...

EU Migration Commissioner Says New European Border Guard Is Symbol of EU

EU Migration and Home Affairs Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos pointed to Thursday as a historic day for the European Union, he added that the new...

Happy 18th! MEPs Give Young Europeans Interrail Passes for Their Birthdays

MEPs are pondering ways to bring European youth closer together so that they can celebrate their continent's diversity and feel a "sense of belonging."...

European Commission Presents Proposals for Humane Asylum Policy

The European Commission presented proposals to complete the reform of the Common European Asylum System in order to move towards a fully efficient, fair and...

EU Creates New European Border Controls to Curtail Migrant Influx

The European Union has agreed to the creation of a new European border and coast guard following a joint decision by the European Commission,...

Greek Kafeneion Products Take Center Stage in Brussels

The history of Greek cafes captured through the lens of George Pittas is featured at the Theorem Gallery in Brussels. The display marks the...

Eddie O’Hara, Champion for Parthenon Marbles Reunification Dies

Eddie O'Hara, former Merseyside MP and British university lecturer, died at the age of 78 on May 28 after suffering from chronic respiratory problems....

Ukraine Beats Russia in Most ‘Political’ Eurovision Contest

Jamala from Ukraine was the surprise winner of Saturday's Eurovision song contest, beating Russia in the most "political" competition in Eurovision history. Russia's Sergey Lazarev...