A student was seriously injured on Thursday afternoon after he fell off the roof of the school where he had been participating in a sit-in, at the border town of Soufli, in the regional unit of Evros.
Migration Minister Notis Mitarakis announced on Wednesday the closing over the next two months of two smaller migrant camps on the eastern Aegean island of Lesvos which had been operating for years, housing vulnerable migrants and refugees.
A mutually beneficial compromise between the state and Fraport Greece, as both sides perceive it, was sealed on Wednesday with the visit of a delegation from the German-Greek consortium to the Prime Minister’s Office.
Firemen on Thursday recovered a body from a rural area near a village in central Greece which they believe belongs to a woman who went missing after the storm Ianos pounded the region on December 19-20.
A new migration and asylum pact unveiled by the European Union’s executive on Wednesday seeks to strike a balance between a solidarity mechanism that would take pressure off frontline countries and mandatory relocation quotas that have been staunchly resisted by a number of member-states.
Greece's government spokesman said on Tursday no date had yet been set for exploratory talks with Turkey to begin.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will address the public on Thursday afternoon in a bid to stress the importance of following measures to halt the spread of the coronavirus in the country and avoid a second lockdown.
Three people have been arrested in an ongoing counter-terrorism operation in Athens that is believed to be linked with an investigation into Greek urban guerrilla group Popular Fighters Group (OLA).
A tourist bus smashed into a concrete pillar on the side of the street on Akti Miaouli in Piraeus, early Thursday morning, trapping its driver for several hours.
Three people have been arrested in an ongoing counter-terrorism operation that started on Wednesday afternoon, Greek Police (ELAS) said on Thursday.