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ISIS fueling soldiers with drug that makes them feel unstoppable

ISIS has allegedly been supplying it's militants with a drug that makes them feel unstoppable. The drug Captagon creates an euphoric state where the user feels no pain, unbelievable strength and will not sleep for days.

Will Trump's newest verbal attack push away disabled voters?

Donald Trump is the current front runner in the 2016 U.S. presidential race. He is no stranger to controversy but current allegations of verbal abuse have created a media frenzy. Has he pushed himself into a corner by what some call flagrant verbal abuse?

Greek conservative chief quits in party election fiasco

Atenas - The acting head of Greece's conservative New Democracy party, and head of the opposition, quit Tuesday after a weekend fiasco that saw the party fail to elect a new leader."To de-escalate the tension...

Blast outside Greek industry association, no injuries: Source

Atenas - A bomb exploded early Tuesday outside the offices of Greece's industry association in Athens, causing damage but no injuries, a police source said.

Greek PM seeks 'national dialogue' on retirement reforms

Atenas - Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Sunday called for dialogue with the country's top powers on retirement reforms days after the ruling coalition was weakened by a dwindling majority.

'Nearly impossible' to find jihadists among migrants, Greeks warn

Kallon - As the hunt for jihadists widens after last week's Paris attacks, authorities in Greece warn it was virtually impossible to pick out dangerous extremists among arriving migrants, without prior intelligence.

Athens denies Paris attacks ringleader came through Greece

Atenas - Greece on Friday denied a claim by French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve that the alleged ringleader of the Paris attacks, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, had been in the country.

Greek government lawmakers break ranks ahead of reforms vote

Atenas - Greece's leftist government suffered a double blow on Thursday shortly before a bailout reform vote, with one lawmaker resigning and a second pledging to reject the bill.

Thousands rally in Greece to commemorate 1973 student uprising

Atenas - Thousands took to the streets in major Greek cities on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of a 1973 student revolt that was brutally crushed by the country's junta at the time.

Nine dead as migrant boat capzises off Greece: coastguard

Atenas - Nine people including four children drowned when a boat carrying migrants from Turkey sank off the Greek island of Kos, the coastguard said Tuesday.

Greece names man whose Syrian passport was found at Paris attacks

Atenas - A Syrian passport found by police at the scene of one of the Paris attacks was issued to Ahmad alMohammad, an asylum seeker who had taken the migrants' route through the Balkans, Greece's migration minister said on Sunday.

At least one man linked to Paris attacks registered as refugee in Greece: Police

Atenas - Greek police on Saturday said at least one man with a possible connection to the Paris attacks had registered as a refugee with Greek authorities earlier this year.

Syrian passport at Paris attack scene belonged to asylum seeker: Greek minister

Atenas - A Syrian passport found by police at the scene of the mass shooting in a Paris concert hall belonged to an asylum seeker who registered on a Greek island in October, a Greek minister said Saturday.

Refugee children die in Greece in boat, train accidents: Officials

Atenas - Two refugee children died in Greece in separate boat and train accidents as families continue to risk their lives to find safety in Europe, officials said on Saturday.

Greece's leftist govt hit by first general strike

Atenas - Over 20,000 people demonstrated in Athens against fresh spending cuts Thursday, with sporadic outbreaks of violence, in the first general strike against the leftist government which swept to power on an anti-austerity ticket.

Creditors begin Greek reforms review ahead of strike

Atenas - Greece's international creditors on Wednesday begin a review of reforms pledged under the country's bailout, a day ahead of a general strike to protest the measures.

Over 300 refugees found hidden in yacht: Greek coastguard

Atenas - The Greek coastguard on Monday said it had discovered over 300 refugees hidden in a yacht that ran aground near the island of Lesbos.

Migrant tragedies leave Lesbos fishermen fearing for the future

St - Their livelihood depends on the deep blue Aegean waters they have navigated since childhood but the fishermen of Lesbos today dread what they will find in their nets.

Germany to speed up repatriations as migrants near million mark

Atenas - Germany said Thursday it would speed up the repatriation of rejected asylum-seekers as new figures showed the country inching closer to the million-migrant mark and EU forecasts showed even more people seeking refuge in Europe next year.

Two migrant children drown as UN predicts Greece arrival spike

Atenas - The cold Aegean Sea claimed the lives of two more migrant children early Thursday, sparking protests in Greece as the UN warned another 600,000 people could arrive by February.
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