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Turkish Aggression Is NATO?s ?Elephant in the Room?

Despite being a NATO member, Turkey has bought Russian air defense. And a recent push into Libya and its energy ambitions nearly led to armed conflicts with France and Greece.


The Science of School Reopenings

Several countries have found ways to reopen schools safely. But can the United States?


Southern Europe Opens Its Doors to Tourists. Not Many Are Coming.

Most tourist beds are empty in Spain?s Canary Islands. Bookings are down in Italy despite government incentives. And ferries to the Greek islands are carrying less than half the load they once did.


House Hunting in Greece: Sugar Cubes on the Aegean Sea for $2 Million

On the popular tourist island of Mykonos, the housing market eagerly awaits the return of foreign buyers.


A Cliffside Villa on the Coast of Mykonos

This five-bedroom house overlooks the Aegean Sea from a hillside on the Greek island of Mykonos. It is on the market for $2.1 million.


Serial Rapist Jumps Off Cliff While Running From Police and Breaks Ribs

Called ?the beast of Kavos,? Dimitris Aspiotis was twice convicted of raping several women, imprisoned and freed because of overcrowding. This month, another woman accused him of rape.


Can Europe Stay Back From the Brink?

After three months of chaos and deaths caused by the pandemic, the continent, led by Germany and France, is giving convergence another try.


We Are Kids Who Remember Only War

The agony and anxiety of living in a migrant camp.


Europe?s Battle-Hardened Nations Show Resilience in Virus Fight

Countries such as Croatia and Greece, which took early measures to stop the outbreak, have generally been aided by cooperation from citizens galvanized by tough recent experiences of war or financial disaster.


As Coronavirus Deaths Spike, Brazil?s Leader Says, ?So What??: Live Updates

Fighting fears and travel bans, countries and businesses are trying to rescue summer vacation. At Airbus, signs of trouble emerge.



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