From Greece to Germany: How do you give 58 refugee children a new home?
Germany is following Luxembourg's lead and plans to take in refugee children from Greece. How are cities like Berlin and the agencies that will accommodate these badly shaken boys and girls preparing?
5 times the Olympics was disrupted
The first Olympics games held in the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens in 1896. It went around the continents and did not return to Greece until the 2004 Summer Olympics, 108 years later. But the years it went round did not go without incidents. Here are a few times the Olympics has witnessed disruptions or postponement.
Hope for new government in Greece
Change of government in Greece: Many people have high expectations of the new Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. These include the fishing family Labadarious and the unemployed Vicky Paraskevou. DW has spoken with both of them.
Greece: Calm after the Macedonian storm
The controversial accord to rename Macedonia has caused a great deal of resentment in Greece. But with the issue now officially settled, life in Greece goes on. Florian Schmitz reports from Thessaloniki.
China is pouring money into Europe
From Greece to German, and from Brussels to London, Bloomberg TV's Tom Mackenzie investigates the European connections in China's grand infrastructure investment plan.
Residents of burnt homes in Greece criticize authorities
People left homeless after the wildfires near Athens blame the government for the scale of damage. But authorities point to indications of arson and say the situation was made worse by people building illegally in dangerous areas.
Europe’s migrant crisis
73,335 migrants who braved the deadly Mediterranean route have arrived Europe so far, in 2017. Italy, Greece & Bulgaria are the top three welcoming European countries.
Helpless refugees Freezing in cold-hit Greece
Freezing cold weather is hitting everyone in Greece, including thousands of refugees living in camps, some without proper shelter.