Those being moved out of the camp, which houses 9,000 people in a facility built for 3,100, will be sent to the mainland so their asylum claims can be examined.
The defense secretary condemns Russia's efforts to build opposition to an upcoming vote that could pave the way for the Balkan nation to join NATO, a move Moscow opposes.
Wildfires raging through seaside resorts near the Greek capital of Athens have torched homes, cars and forests. Twenty-six of the victims were found huddled in a compound.
European Union leaders will try to find common ground for tackling a growing political drama that is threatening to undermine the entire alliance.
In a new book addressed to his daughter, former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis explains capitalism well but fails to empathize with its victims.
The president holds individual conversations with French and British leaders. The White House says the three nations agreed the assault on Syria was "successful and necessary to deter" the future use of chemical weapons.
The former finance minister of Greece talks Keynesian economics and explains how Greece and Portugal are treated differently from Germany and other E.U. countries.
Turkey's president rips Germany and the Netherlands for blocking rallies among Turkish expats. Those rallies would support a referendum that could vastly increase Erdogan’s authority.
Seeking an unfair advantage in sports did not originate in the former Soviet Union, but state-sanctioned cheating is much more common in communist or former communist countries.
After voting to leave the European Union, the U.K. needs serious discussions on a progressive way forward. For that, it needs Corbyn at the helm of the Labour Party.