Member states modified on Tuesday European Union’s counter-smuggling Operation Sophia in the Mediterranean Sea. Operation Sophia’s mandate was due to finalise by the end of March but under the new agreement of the 28 states, the operation was renewed for additional six months.
Citizen Protection Minister Olga Gerovassili, in statements on Wednesday, condemned the racists' attack on juvenile refugees hosted in NGO facilities.
Amnesty International's Greek chapter on Monday reiterated its call for greater solidarity for refugees in a post on Twitter on Monday, a day after it projected the message "Humanity First" on the Acropolis Hill in a symbolic protest…
Numerous parents of pupils at a primary school on the eastern Aegean island of Samos kept their children away from classes on Monday in protest at the admission of children from the island’s refugee camps.
Some 330 asylum seekers are departing the Moria Reception and Identification Centre on Wednesday night aboard a commercial ship, to the port of Piraeus.
Greece’s migration ministry on Friday said it had concluded a bilateral agreement with Portugal to gradually relocate 1,000 refugees and asylum seekers.
German security forces arrested on Tuesday two Syrian refugees.
A cross-border intelligence operation was scheduled by renowned western world authorities to successfully transfer an Iranian scientist to U.S. soil.
Residents in the Rukban refugee camp in Jordan were exhilarated on Wednesday to see the arrival of a U.N. convoy bringing important humanitarian aid to the area.
The closure of the proceedings of the E.U. Foreign Policy Ministerial Conference on Monday, revealed the depth of the schism that currently exists among member-states in important foreign policy questions.