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UN warns of heightened sexual violence in Greek refugee camps
The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) has expressed its deep concern over reports about heightened sexual violence against and harassment of asylum seekers in Greece's sub-standard and overcrowded reception camps.
Million expected in Greek demo over Macedonia name row
A million people could take to the streets in Athens on Sunday in a mass demonstration over Greek attempts to resolve a longstanding name row with Macedonia, organizers say.
Cyprus election: Voters go to polls to pick president
Greek Cypriots are voting to choose a president after an election campaign focused on the economy and the divided island's suspended peace process.
Researchers uncover ancient Greek island’s complex plumbing system
Around 4,500 years ago, ancient engineers and workers terraced the little island in the Cyclades archipelago in the Aegean Sea, creating a sort of step pyramid. They then imported hundreds of tons of gleaming white rock from the nearby island of Naxos, creating a bright outdoor shrine where early Greeks performed rituals.
Greek protesters storm into labor ministry
Demonstrators with Greek Communist-affiliated group PAME stormed into the labor ministry on Tuesday protesting over new labor reforms demanded by the country's foreign creditors.
Greek university sets up Iranian studies, Persian literature department
Iranian studies and Persian literature department officially began its activities at Panteion University in Athens, Greece.
Demo in memory of Greek teen killed by police in 2008 turns violent
Masked youths have thrown stones and vandalized property in Athens during annual protests in remembrance of a teenage boy killed by police in 2008.
Anger over Greek plan to sell weapons to Saudi Arabia
A political dispute in Greece over a controversial arms deal with Saudi Arabia is deepening, with opposition politicians and critics decrying plans to sell 66 million euros ($78.7 million) worth of surplus missiles and bombs to this Arab country.
Death toll in Greek floods rises to 14
The death toll in flash flooding on the western fringes of the Greek capital has increased to 14, with the fire department recovering the body of a man near the small town of Mandra.
Greek debt crisis: ‘People can’t see any light at the end of any tunnel’
“The worst is clearly behind us.” Panaghiota Mourtidou pondered the words with a gravity unusual for the jovial volunteer. Even now, several days after the Greek prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, saw fit to use the phrase, she still feels somewhat bewildered. “Politicians clearly have no idea of the reality on the ground,” she said. “If they did, they wouldn’t make such pronouncements because, really, it couldn’t be worse”, according to The Guardian.
United Nations warns of mounting refugee tension on Greek islands
The UN refugee agency has warned of mounting tension on Greek islands holding thousands of refugees, calling for more transfers to the mainland.
IMF to participate for ‘last time’ in Greek bailout: Schäuble
The International Monetary Fund, a key creditor in Greece’s bailout, will not participate in any further rescues of the debt-wracked country, Germany’s finance minister told a Greek newspaper.
Zarif, Greek counterpart discuss latest regional developments
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif discussed latest developments in the region in a telephone conversation on Tuesday evening with his Greek counterpart Nikos Kotzias.
Greek seamen, journalists strike against austerity
Greek seamen and journalists walked off the job Tuesday, a day before a nationwide general strike to protest new austerity measures the government is legislating for in return for more bailout funds.
Greek seamen, journalists protest austerity measures ahead of general strike
Greek seamen and journalists have walked off their jobs ahead of a nationwide general strike to protest new austerity measures in the cash-strapped country.

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