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Prosecutors to freeze assets of 24 depositors on Borjans list

Greece's financial prosecutors on Tuesday ordered the freezing of all assets and property belonging to 24 individuals in the so-called 'Borjans list' - a list of tax payers with large deposits at UBS given to Greek authorities by the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
January 26, 2016

European youth turn against immigration

Opinions of young Europeans appear to be hardening toward immigration. Ask them about their lives and talk quickly turns to the challenge of finding jobs and the threat of Europe being overrun by migrants.
January 25, 2016

Athens mayor signs Greece's first same-sex civil partnership agreement

Athens Mayor George Kaminis on Monday signed the first ever civil partnership agreement between a same-sex couple in Greece.
January 25, 2016

Two refugees die from hypothermia during their trip to Greece

Two deaths were reported in two incidents involving refugees and migrants north of Lesbos island on Wednesday.
January 20, 2016

Labor unions strike against pension reforms

Greece's major labour unions will hold a 24-hour nationwide strike against the government's proposed pension reforms on Saturday, according to one of the unions on Friday.
January 15, 2016

Authorities on Greek island have brought criminal charges against 5 members of international charities

A prosecutor on the Greek island of Lesbos has brought criminal charges against five members of international charities for allegedly trying to help migrants illegally enter Greece.
The Republic: January 14, 2016

Turkey makes arrest in connection with Istanbul bombing

A Turkish official said Wednesday authorities had arrested one person in connection with the suicide bombing Tuesday in Istanbul that killed 10 people.
January 13, 2016

Police investigate the case of a body found in a freezer

Police are investigating the case of a body found on Tuesday in a freezer in an apartment at the Athens district of Kallithea.
January 13, 2016

Number of refugee on Lesbos in spring could exceed 2015 numbers

The number of refugees and irregular migrants that authorities on Lesbos will have to handle this spring are likely to be so high that those recorded in 2015 may appear small in comparison,
January 13, 2016

Since FYR of Macedonia closed borders to economic migrants, people find themselves stuck in Greece

Dreams rarely come true, at least not for long.
Minneapolis Star Tribune‎: January 11, 2016