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Greece emphasizes it will be open to all tourists this summer
According to an ITV interview with Greece Tourism Minister Haris Theoharis, all travelers from the UK will be welcome to come to the country on holiday this year, whether they have been vaccinated or not.
Orthodox Christians, Shia Muslims benefit from closer understanding: Greece’s archbishop
The leader of Greece’s Orthodox Church, in response to the letter of the director of Iran’s seminaries, Ayatollah Alireza A’rafi, said that he welcomes the desire for joint activities to achieve religious solutions to reduce global crises.
Greece denies fresh claims on migrant pushbacks
Greece's migration minister dismissed fresh claims that migrants are being illegally pushed out of the country toward Turkish borders.
Erdogan hopes new Turkey-Greece talks will herald new era
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday he hoped the resumption of talks between Turkey and Greece over maritime disputes would herald a new era, and he urged Athens not to escalate tensions in the region.
Activists, journalists decry crackdown on protests in Greece
Concerns have been growing in recent months about the restrictions and bans placed on protests in Greece, as well as the treatment of protesters, journalists, and lawyers at the hands of the police.
EU takes Bulgaria, Greece to court over toxic air
The European Commission will take Bulgaria and Greece to the EU Court of Justice after both countries breached air pollution limits for years despite multiple warnings, the commission said.
Archeologists discover eight ancient graves in Greece
According to the Greek Ministry of Culture, archeologists excavating a site in Ilia, a region in the western Peloponnese, recently discovered eight ancient graves spanning from the second to the fourth century BCE.
Greece faces legal action over alleged expulsion of Syrian to Turkey
In the latest allegation that Greek authorities are illegally expelling refugees, lawyers will this week file a case at the UN Human Rights Committee (OHCHR) on behalf of a Syrian man living in Germany, who says he was picked up and sent to Turkey while he searched for his brother in Greece.
Seeking asylum in Greece: An interminable waiting game
It can be months or even years before the thousands of migrants waiting in camps on Greek islands or on the mainland finally receive the prize they crave: Asylum.
Ancient city on remote islet in Greece reveals fascinating secrets in new dig
Archeologists from the Department of Archaeology at the University of Thessaly, Greece, discovered yet more important artifacts this summer on Vryokastraki, the small rocky islet near the Greek island of Kythnos, once home to a significant city in the early Byzantine period.
Museum attendance in Greece plummets
Visitors to Greece’s museums dropped by 97 percent in June this year. The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) announced the data.
Greece says no unaccompanied minors remain in island camps
All unaccompanied minors have been removed from migrant camps on Greek islands, Asylum Minister Notis Mitarachi said.
Greece warms to EU asylum pact but refugee groups rage
Greece's government has cautiously welcomed a plan from Brussels to reform the EU's shaky asylum system, but charity groups working with refugees on the ground have blasted a continued "outrageous containment policy."
Migrants accuse Greece of pushing them back out to sea
Shortly after reaching the Greek island of Lesbos, a group of Afghan refugees and migrants say their hopes for a new life in Europe were cut short when Greek authorities rounded them up, mistreated them, shoved them into life rafts and abandoned them at sea.

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