Sexo Seno Kurdi tells Newsweek of his trauma a year after losing his daughter and grandchildren.
Two majors, four captains and two sergeants applied for asylum in Greece on the night of the attempted coup.
Migrant arrivals to Greece's islands are on the rise after a lull.
Politics, partying and Parkour: How Brazil welcomed the world to Rio 2016.
Pay growth in the U.K. sinks to joint rock-bottom with Greece as wages tumble 10 percent.
The final will be played at the Stade de France on Sunday, with France looking for its third win as a host nation and Portugal trying to right 2004 defeat.
Investigators continue to search for clues as to why the aircraft crashed in the Mediterranean Sea.
The Russian president opened the door to reconciliation ahead of a visit to Greece.
The deal was announced after 11 hours of talks between the 19 eurozone ministers.
Several bus loads of migrants left the makeshift camp early Tuesday morning.
Response to the refugee crisis has been inadequate.
Reform package intended to help unlock funds needed to pay IMF loans and ECB bonds.
EU is mulling ways of distributing asylum seekers across member states.
Greece hopes that forging new strategic global alliances will help to win back Elgin marbles, currently on display in the British Museum.
The reforms are necessary to secure further bailout funds from Greece's creditors.
Greece has been processing about 45 asylum requests a day, which at this rate would take 20 years to complete.
The charity says the EU cannot delegate responsibility to Turkey.