Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
The terrorist attacks in Paris and the Sinai airplane crash affect everyone - tourism as well. Do vacationers feel insecure? Here's an appraisal.
Athens is due to receive the next tranche of loans after its government agreed to implement reforms agreed with eurozone creditors. The money will be used to recapitalize Greece's banking sector.
As many Afghans continue to leave their country, a new survey found their confidence in the government has fallen to the lowest point in a decade. DW talks to expert Abdullah Ahmadzai on what Kabul could do about it.
As Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans pass through Balkan states, asylum-seekers from other nations remain stuck in Greece and protest against new border controls. Diego Cupolo reports from Idomeni refugee camp.