Greek police say they have detained four persons suspected of attacking two participants in the Thessaloniki Pride rally and march.
Turks began voting on Sunday for a new president and parliament in elections that pose the biggest ballot box challenge to Tayyip Erdogan and his Islamist-rooted AK Party since they swept to power more than a decade and a half ago.
Ten months after the Agia Zoni II tanker sank in the Saronic Gulf, and following a widespread campaign to clean up tons of leaked fuel, local authorities say the sea and coastline have been depolluted.
France and the Netherlands are likely to resist the opening of European Union accession negotiations with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and reject the candidacy of Albania at the Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels on Monday and Tuesday and the EU summit on Thursday and Friday.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is due to arrive in London on Monday for a three-day visit when he is scheduled to meet with his counterpart, Theresa May, and the head of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn.
Early morning commuters will be inconvenienced on Monday as Athens metro staff are to walk off the job until 9 a.m., the morning rush hour.
An appeals court in Hania, Crete on Saturday cleared two doctors over the death of a 16-year-old young woman at a hospital in Rethymno in 2011.
British singer and actor Sting called world leaders "half men and cowards" on Saturday for their inability to solve the refugee crisis.
Greek police arrested on Saturday morning one of the three Albanian nationals who had escaped last Tuesday from a police station where they were being held in Argyroupoli, southern Atherns, by jumping out of a window.
European Union leaders on Sunday will try to find common ground for tackling migrants arriving on Europes shores in search of better lives — a growing political crisis threatening to undermine the entire EU project.