Two-thirds of all those fleeing to Greece land on the small island of Lesvos—just one stage on their long, arduous journey to find sanctuary in mainland Europe.
For the third time in eight months, Greeks are preparing to head to the polling stations.
what are people on about when they talk about "Triton"? What's a "Eurosur"? Why is Dublin making regulations governing anything?
Every August, pilgrims literally crawl to a holy icon of Virgin Mary that is believed to have healing powers.
We aren't as different from Greece as we would like to believe.
Until recently Greeks were able to spend their days doing nothing, which was nice; now they have to spend their days with nothing to do, which is scary. This is your future, too.
Our European editors look back at a time when a single currency promised to unite and protect Europe.
Niko J. Kallianiotis's photo series, Motherland, shows a happier side of the country than the one we are used to seeing.
If Britain gets as bad as Greece, it would mean the whole system of capitalism is screwed.
A personal look into how austerity measures and the economic crisis have affected Greeks in Chania, Crete, some of Greece's most fervent anti-austerity citizens.
Tension and disappointment dominated the Greek parliament as it prepared to vote on a new set of tough austerity measures.
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It's not a great idea and you're a terrible person.
A whole nation's mental health is crumbling under five years of austerity and six months of tough negotiations.
An interview with Alekos Papadopoulos, who believes the country's economy might see the first glimpses of hope in about five years.
"Syriza were subjugated but the working class and the youth will not be."
"This is a disgrace for Europe and a real humiliation for the pride of our people. I hope we make it."
We look at how the unfolding Greek crisis will affect Melbourne, Australia, home to thousands of Greek nationals.
Is this the beginning of the end for neo-liberalism in Europe?
We went to the port of Piraeus in Athens and asked people how come they're taking a vacation in the middle of it all.
Here's how the capital city looked in the hours following the referendum result.
Paul Mason's foreword from The Global Minotaur: America, Europe, and the Future of the Global Economy by Yanis Varoufakis, Greece's ex-finance minister who resigned this morning.
"I don't think it'll change anything, but at the same time, enough is enough. Voting no is a matter of dignity. It's a way of hitting back."
"Don't get me wrong: I don't think voting yes will improve Greece's prospects."