Despite the efforts of the international community to convey a message of optimism over the prospect of a Cyprus peace deal, the past few days have seen increasing concern among Greek Cypriot officials, as well as in talks on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly.
A deal between the European Union and Turkey to stem the flow of migrants looks increasingly like a Jenga tower, says the man who came up with the plan, while placing most of the blame for its failure on European leaders
The Council of State, the country’s highest administrative court, is one of Greece’s most important institutions. It has succeeded in maintaining its independence on many difficult occasions in our history.
The mini-summit of states on the so-called Balkan migration route and the United Nations General Assembly both fell short of bringing about meaningful change regarding the universal problem of migration.
Members of the South Yorkshire Police and a Greek search team are seen Thursday on the site of an excavation on Kos launched as part of a renewed investigation into the disappearance of Ben Needham, a 21-month-old British toddler who went missing in 1991 on the island while on holiday with his family. Police said Thursday that they had found evidence of "decomposition" but could not determine whether it was human. Meanwhile local reports indicated that the police search had unearthed ancient graves. [Eurokinissi]