The new Greek government will move quickly to keep its electoral promise and shut down the country's overcrowded migrant detention centres, a minister said Saturday, following the apparent suicide of an inmate.
The Peninsula Qatar: February 14, 2015
"Grexit" would be sudden, sharp and probably conducted in the dark of night; if Greece were to quit the euro, it would also mark the beginning of a long, hard road - for some harder still than the one already travelled.
Reuters: February 13, 2015
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticised US President Barack Obama for his silence over the murder of three Muslim students in the US.
BBC: February 13, 2015
Cyprus's former interior minister and his son were jailed in Greece on Wednesday for helping a leading Greek politician take millions of euros in kickbacks from arms deals,
eKathimerini: February 11, 2015
At least 200 migrants died after trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea in inflatable boats, the United Nations refugee agency said Wednesday.
February 11, 2015
A survey has found that 48 per cent of Germans are in favour of Greece leaving the eurozone, compared to only 29 per cent who want them to remain in the currency union.
Breitbart News: February 11, 2015
The U.S. Department of Justice has accused six Bosnian immigrants of sending money and equipment to terrorists overseas, including fighters with the Islamic State group and al-Qaida in Iraq.
February 7, 2015
As Athens challenges Berlin on austerity measures, another longstanding conflict hangs in the background — that of World War II reparations
The Times of Israel: February 7, 2015
Georgios Karavelas drives a taxi in Athens and for the past month has been a silent witness to what ordinary Greeks are doing with their cash.
Bloomberg: February 5, 2015
Suicides in Greece surged by a third after the country implemented an austerity programme in June 2011, health investigators said on Monday.
France 24: February 3, 2015