On a mild night in early May last year, Asma boarded the metro for her daily ride from the residential neighborhood of Agios Nikolaos to downtown Athens. She’s a trans refugee from the Middle East whose name has been changed to protect her identity… READ MORE

On the tiny island of Arkoi, the future of a school rests in the hands of an 8-year-old… READ MORE

Десетици илјади луѓе се собраа во центарот на Солун протестирајќи против компромисно решение на спорот за името што би го вклучил терминот „Македонија“… READ MORE

Tens of thousands of people on Sunday rallied in northern Greece’s biggest city, Thessaloniki, against a ‘name’ compromise with neighboring Macedonia which they say would hurt their national interests… READ MORE

Thousands of Muslims living in the Greek capital use makeshift rooms to pray, awaiting the opening of the city’s first proper mosque, which is due to take place by the year’s end... READ MORE

An unlikely urban sport is proving a lifeline for the child refugees of Athens, restoring their confidence and teaching them new skills… READ MORE

Un grupo de 24 jóvenes de Siria, Afganistán Irak y Uganda residentes en los campamentos griegos de Skaramagas, Elaionas y Elliniko entrenan cada semana mientras esperan asilo… READ MORE

Athens is one of the few world capitals without an official mosque. Greece is finally building one. But until then, the city’s thousands of Muslims will continue praying in rented out garages, basements and apartments… READ MORE

Muslims in the Greek capital fear that makeshift local mosques will be shut down when first official mosque in 200 years opens… READ MORE