Refugees manage their own affairs at a squatted hotel in Athens. The building currently houses some 400 migrants from Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan. The Greek state is tolerating the squat, which provides an alternative to refugee camps.
Greece's prime minister has criticized Ankara for its threat to reopen its borders to refugees. More than 300 people arrived on Greek islands over the weekend, prompting Athens to ask EU nations to share the burden.
Leaked documents showed that Andreas Kalbitz was one of "14 neo-Nazis" who took part in the march. But the man attempting to become the populist Alternative for Germany's first state premier has denied extremist links.
China has reason to celebrate the new business-friendly prime minister in Athens, Kyriakos Mitsotakis. But Greece can't ignore the European Union, even if it's increasingly dependent on China, says DW's Frank Sieren.
Swedish MEP Anna Marie Corazza Bildt on Conflict Zone: As long as member states are not united, Europe will be weaker.
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