These politicians endanger safety and welfare of their own people with their actions, says Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar.
Syriza claimed that PM Mitsotakis constitutes an existential threat to Greek democracy.
The Ark of the World, established in 1998 in Athens by Father Antonios Papanikolaou, says it aims to "take care of unprotected children" but it is now the centre of an investigation by Greek authorities.
After receiving an SOS call, local coast guard teams rushed to the aid of nearly 70 asylum seekers on rubber boats and lifeboats in the Aegean sea.
Former Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was spied on by a "parastatal mechanism" to undermine his chances of reelection, say local media
The Greek foreign minister has refused to disembark from a plane that had landed at Libya's Tripoli and left without an explanation, cancelling his meetings with Libyan authorities.
November 17 commemorates a student occupation of the Athens Polytechnic University, which was brutally crushed by the military junta then ruling Greece, killing many protesters.
Nationwide strikes over soaring inflation and wages disrupt services in both European countries, with France and Britain girding for walkouts and protests.
A European Parliament report slams Spain, Greece, Hungary and Poland for using Pegasus and other spyware to hack the phones of opposition figures and journalists.
A media report published over the weekend alleged that more than 30 politicians, journalists and business executives had been targeted by state surveillance.
According to the HRW report, Greece fell 38 positions within a year in Reporters Without Borders’ 2022 press freedom index, with the organisation listing it as the lowest-ranked EU country.
A media report published at the weekend alleged that more than 30 politicians, journalists and business executives had been targeted by state surveillance.
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