Latest Greek News from Europe

The Greek financial crisis has caused great damage both to the country and its people, however, it has also given certain sectors the opportunity to...

A UK judge ruled that a 1.5-million-GBP ancient Greek statue was illegally transferred from a world heritage site in Libya to the United Kingdom....

A new fingerprint scanning procedure will be introduced on September 14, 2015, for Russian citizens who wish to issue short-term stay Schengen visas. In...

The International Organization for Migration said Tuesday that more than 350,000 migrants have made the perilous journey across the Mediterranean this year, fleeing turmoil...

Alexandra Tsoukaneli, a 33-year-old physiotherapist from Ioannina, northern Greece, was the first Greek woman to finish the 170-kilometer Ultra Trail du Mont-Blanc (UTMB), one of...

In the wake of last week’s grisly discovery of 71 migrants suffocated in a truck in Austria, authorities there and in Germany and Hungary...

The interior ministers of Britain, France and Germany have called for a special meeting of European Union interior and justice ministers within the next...

The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, the world's first university museum situated on Beaumont Street in Oxford, UK, opened its doors on Wednesday to...

The United Nations refugee agency reports deaths are spiking as refugees and migrants cross the Mediterranean Sea in record numbers in a desperate bid...

A total of 140 Greek Orthodox bishops and archbishops from across the globe will gather in Istanbul, Turkey, for a five-day event organized at the Greek...