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Debris of Egypt Air flight located southeast of Crete, say ministry sources

Two orange objects were located 200-230 miles southeast of Crete inside Egyptian airspace by an Egyptian aircraft participating in the search and rescue operation for the EgyptAir flight
May 19, 2016

Egypt's Air Minister: Terrorism more likely cause of jet crash than technical issues

Greece says EgyptAir plane, an Airbus A320, made sudden, sharp turns and plunged thousands of meters toward sea before disappearing from radar.
May 19, 2016

Turkish authorities seeking to sue Greek Air Force pilot for downing Turkish F-16 in 1996

An Ankara prosecutor on Tuesday sent a letter to Greece's Supreme Court Prosecutor asking for judicial assistance in bringing a compensation suit against a Hellenic Air Force pilot for felling a Turkish fighter jet.
May 17, 2016

UN official worried about Greece's detention policy for refugees, lack of access to information

Greece's detention policy for refugees and the lack of sufficient information for those detained are a point of concern, a United Nations official said in his preliminary conclusions on the state of human rights for refugees in Greece
May 16, 2016

London Mayor's election inspires British muslims

For many of London's young Muslims, Sadiq Khan's rise to mayor is a source of inspiration.
May 14, 2016

Migrants are avoiding Greece in effort to reach Europe

The rescue of over 800 migrants off the coast of Sicily over the past two days is emblematic of a new strategy by those desperate and determined to escape their war-torn native countries and enter Europe.
May 13, 2016

Dozens arrested for investment fraud

Greek police announce announced dozens of arrests following an investigation of a case of fraud and embezzlement linked to investments in foreign exchange.
May 11, 2016

Idomeni residents sue minister for failing to tackle problems caused by refugee camp

Six residents from the village of Idomeni on the Greek border, including the community's president Xanthoula Soupli, on Wednesday filed a legal suit against Alternate Citizen Protection Minister Nikos Toskas for failing to protect the village
May 11, 2016

Journalist group expands access to Panama Papers

Last month’s initial wave of Panama Papers stories, revealing how global elites exploit offshore tax havens to hide wealth, brought down high-level officials in Iceland and Spain, embarrassed British Prime Minister David Cameron and alleged a money-laundering scheme by associates of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
May 9, 2016

Greek protesters hurl firebombs at police ahead of key reform vote

Greek protesters on Sunday hurled firebombs at police guarding the parliament building in Athens and police responded with tear gas, ahead of a vote later in the day on pension and tax reforms demanded by the country's European creditors.
May 8, 2016