Under a dictatorship, Greek people were tortured and their voices crushed. Deutsche Welle played a crucial role at the time with its critical radio programs. 50 years after the coup, DW looks back at what happened.
Greece has suspended the asylum granted to a Turkish helicopter pilot who fled his country after the failed coup. But his case is far from over, says Nikos Alivizatos, a law professor at the University of Athens.
While Recep Erdogan visits Greece as the first Turkish head of state in 65 years to do so, Turks who recently fled reflect on what compelled them to go. Marianna Karakoulaki and Dimitris Tosidis report from Thessaloniki.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has become the first sitting Turkish president to visit Greece in 65 years. Could the EU-Turkey refugee deal be a sticking point during his landmark trip to Athens?
As Hondurans head to the polls in key elections, fears of political instability have risen across the country. From a history of military coups to alarming violence, DW examines the country's toughest issues.
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