The first answers to what happened to the doomed Airbus 320 over the Mediterranean may be close at hand with the recovery of debris.
John Psaropoulos is an independent journalist based in Athens. He covers Greece and southeast Europe. His blog is www.thenewathenian.com.
As Greece starts shipping migrants back to Turkey, the people charged with helping those most at risk are coming under enormous pressure to just let them go.
The deadly drama of illegal migration isn’t only on the high seas. Tens of thousands of Syrians, Yemenis, and others are risking death walking through the Balkans into Europe.
An impasse has Athens’ struggling parties seriously considering the unthinkable. By John Psaropoulos.
Greek voters pushed their nation toward default by rejecting the ruling pro-austerity coalition and endorsing parties that want to abandon the European bailout. By John Psaropoulos.
Splintering of parties could spell doom for the next government.