ATHENS A Greek court ruled on Thursday against the extradition of a further two of eight Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece in a helicopter in July after a failed military coup against the Ankara government, court officials said.
BRUSSELS EU states should be permitted to send some asylum-seekers back to Greece from March, the bloc's executive said on Thursday as it looks to restore a common policy on migration that collapsed last year under a mass influx of refugees.
ATHENS A Greek court ruled on Tuesday that three Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece after a failed coup against President Tayyip Erdogan in July could be extradited, court officials said.
ATHENS A Greek court ruled against the extradition to Turkey of three Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece after an abortive coup attempt against President Tayyip Erdogan in July, their lawyer and court officials said on Monday.
MILAN Ferrero, maker of Nutella chocolate spread, has appointed Jerome Gregoire, currently head of the company's operations in Greece, Cyprus and Malta, as managing director at Delacre, the biscuit maker it has just bought from United Biscuits.
ATHENS Political uncertainty in Europe has created fresh momentum for a "comprehensive and permanent" solution to the Greek debt crisis before the year ends, a government spokesman said on Sunday.
BERLIN Turkey will likely hand off responsibility for NATO's counter-migration mission in the Aegean Sea, averting tensions with Greece, when it takes command of a broader maritime mission in the region next year, a top British general said on Wednesday.
ATHENS Two migrants were killed and two others were injured in a fire at a migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos late on Thursday, prompting clashes between other migrants and the police, authorities said on Friday. | Video
ATHENS Greek public-sector workers went on strike on Thursday to protest labor and pension reforms and state asset sales which the leftist-led government agreed with the country's official creditors in exchange for bailout loans.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A hot meal. Dry clothes. A smile. Sometimes the first friendly face in months for hundreds of thousands of migrants who have come to Europe in the past two years is a volunteer aid worker.