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Greece: Rights experts condemn ‘racist violence’ against asylum-seekers

Greece must adopt “safe and impartial” border policies and practices and hold its law enforcement officers accountable for abuses, a group of UN Human Rights Council-appointed experts said in a statement on Wednesday.

Greece boat tragedy: Pakistani officials arrest key 'human trafficker'

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has claimed it has arrested a key human trafficker from Sheikhupura in connection with the Greece boat tragedy which left 78 people, including Pakistanis, killed.

Greece: Refugee boat sinks, 32 die

Athens: A boat carrying refugees and migrants sank in southwestern Greece, resulting in 32 deaths, according to Greek national news agency AMNA on Wednesday.

Greece: Opposition leader concedes defeat in legislative polls

Athens: Greek opposition leader Alexis Tsipras congratulated Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on New Democracy party’s victory in Sunday's parliamentary polls, state media reported.

Greece: Two Pakistani nationals arrested for plotting attack on Israelis, Jews in Athens

Athens: Greek police have arrested two Pakistani nationals who were allegedly plotting mass-casualty terrorist attacks on Israeli and Jewish targets in the country, media reports said.

Greece: Athens witnesses protest after deadly train crash

Athens: At least 10,000 people are protesting in the Greek capital Athens to demand a proper investigation into this week's deadly train crash, an RIA Novosti correspondent reported on Sunday.

Death toll from Greece train collision rises to 36, three-day national mourning declared

Athens/UNI: The death toll from the collision of two trains in central Greece on late Tuesday night has increased to 36, while 66 injured people were still hospitalized, including six in serious condition in intensive care units, the Greek Fire Service said on Wednesday.

Greece in spotlight over trial of activists, volunteers who rescued migrants

The Greek authorities faced an appeal on Friday from the UN human rights office, OHCHR, to dismiss the trial of two dozen aid workers who rescued migrants in distress at sea.

Train with US military equipment derails in northern Greece

Athens: A train with military equipment for US troops went off the rails near a port in the city of Alexandroupolis in northern Greece, the Greek Communist Party's (KKE) news portal reported.

Bangladesh bound cargo plane crashes in Greece

Dhaka: All eight people on board a cargo plane died when it crashed in Greece.

Cargo plane crashes in Greece

Athens/UNI: A cargo plane has crashed near the city of Kavala in northern Greece, BBC reported on Sunday.

Greek president Katerina Sakellaropoulou tests COVID-19 positive

Athens: Greek president Katerina Sakellaropoulou has tested COVID-19 positive.

Greece: Explosion hits building in Athens, 3 hurt

Athena: An explosion rocked a building in central the Greek capital Athens on Wednesday which left three people hurt, media reports said.

Two dead, many missing as refugee vessel sinks off Greek island: Reports

Athens/UNI/Xinhua: Two bodies have been retrieved as a rescue operation was underway Friday night near the Aegean Sea island of Paros, after the sinking of a vessel carrying refugees and migrants, according to Greek media reports.

Pakistani man arrested in Greece's Kalivia after being seen with his pants down

Kalivia, Greece/IBNS: Police have arrested a 21-year-old Pakistani national after he was seen standing with his pants down around children in the Greek city of Kalivia.