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Leaders of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn, the country's third most popular party in parliament during the debt crisis, were guilty of running a criminal group, a Greek appeals court ruled on Wednesday.
Greek-Turkish talks to resolve disputes were last held in 2016.
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said Wednesday that "migration is an issue that has been discussed long enough."
Open AI CEO and Silicon Valley bigwig Sam Altman collected a list of book recommendations from some high-powered people via Twitter.
The European Union will avoid imposing sanctions on Turkey, despite rising tensions between Ankara and other Mediterranean nations.
A major overnight fire swept through Greece's largest refugee camp, that had been placed under Covid-19 lockdown, leaving more than 12,000 migrants in emergency need of shelter on the island of Lesbos.
The measures, meant to limit Turkey's ability to explore for natural gas in contested waters, could affect individuals, ships or the use of European ports, the EU's top diplomat said.
Animal-loving travelers are snapping selfies with tiger cubs, swimming with dolphins and riding elephants through the jungle. A new publication by Intrepid Travel and World Animal Protection wants those activities to stop.
There is skepticism over what role NATO can, and should, have in de-escalating disputes as divisions flare in the organization.
Turkey and Greece are at loggerheads over competing claims to energy reserves in contested Eastern Mediterranean waters.
Europe has largely opened its doors for summer travel, though many people are still cautious about traveling during a pandemic. One way to avoid crowds is to head to smaller European destinations.
Margaritis Schinas, vice president for Promoting the European Way of Life at the European Commission, discusses the EU's plans to reboot the region's labor market after the coronavirus crisis.
More than a dozen major international stock indexes are on pace to end the first half of the year at least over 10% off their recent highs.
Europe grappled Thursday with local spikes in coronavirus infections as the continent's lockdown restrictions eased.
The coronavirus has infected more than 8 million people around the world as of Monday, killing at least 433,919 people.
Greek Tourism Minister Harris Theoharis discusses the reopening of the Greece's tourism industry.
Countries around the world are opening their borders to international travelers this summer. Here's where you can go now and what's scheduled to open before August.
Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras discusses national debt and the country's response to the coronavirus crisis.
Greece wants to negotiate new fiscal targets with its euro zone creditors as the coronavirus crisis pushes its debt pile to almost 200% of GDP.