Violent clashes between police and protesters erupted in Athens ahead of a farmers protest against pension cuts.Read the full story ›
Twenty-two people have drowned after a boat carrying migrants capsized en route to Greece, the Turkish coast guard has said.
The boat sank off Turkey's Aegean coast in the Edremit area of Balikesir province, as those on board sought to reach a Greek island, an official said.
Separately, the Dogan news agency said 11 migrants died and three were rescued when another boat sank further south off the cost of Dikili in the Izmir province.
At least 33 people have drowned after a boat sank while crossing the Aegean Sea to the Greek island of Lesbos, Turkish state media reports.
The Anadolu Agency said 75 others had been rescued from the sea on Saturday near the Turkish resort of Ayvacik.
It identified the survivors as from Afghanistan, Syria and Myanmar.
The bodies of 10 children were recovered by coastguard officials in the latest tragedy in Europe's refugee crisis.Read the full story ›
A boy has become the first 2016 casualty of the ongoing refugee crisis in the seas off Greece, the country's coastguard has said.Read the full story ›
The number of migrants and refugees entering Europe is expected to pass one million by 22 December, the International Organisation for Migration has said.
The organisation estimates that so far in 2015, 991,000 migrants and refugees have crossed European borders, seeking a better life or fleeing from conflict.
The flow of people into Greece "remains robust and dangerous" at around 4,300 daily, the group also said.
Since 16 October, there have been 422 deaths at sea, an average of seven a day, according to the group.
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras says he is confident of implementing 2016's austere budget but it will be a "difficult task".Read the full story ›
Violent protests broke out at the border of Macedonia and Greece following a two-day blockade by migrants prevented from crossing.Read the full story ›
An estimated 1,000 refugees and migrants are stuck on the Greek border with Macedonia after some were refused entry because of their nationality, the United Nations said.
"A new humanitarian situation is developing in Europe that needs urgent attention," Adrian Edwards of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) told a news briefing.
Six Iranian refugees have sewn their mouths shut as part of a protest at the Greece-Macedonia border.
They took the step as hundreds of refugees, many from Iran and Morocco, protested for a fourth successive day at the border near the village of Idomeni.
Macedonia and other Balkan countries have tightened border controls in the wake of the deadly Paris attacks on November 13, which left 130 people dead.
Police said 2,900 people crossed the border into Macedonia in the 24 hours before 6am local time on Monday, down from more than 6,000 the previous day.