We take a tour of the Greek capital with local artist Pavlos Samios.
Widespread flooding caused by heavy rainfall in the region around the Greek capital has claimed almost 20 lives. Experts say lax zoning regulations meant it was a disaster waiting to happen.
Years into a refugee crisis, many Greeks continue to resist the integration of asylum seekers stranded in the country. New, far-right extremist groups are taking advantage of the frustration. Anthee Carassava reports.
A freak overnight downpour on the outskirts of Athens has caused flash floods, killing at least 15 people. Torrents of mud and debris engulfed streets in what is being described as the worst flooding in 20 years.
When hundreds of refugees camped out in Athens in 2015, the women's organization Melissa Network found itself at the forefront of the crisis. It has grown to become a thriving space for the empowerment of refugee women.
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