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The chronicle of a dozen deaths foretold

Society

by Stavros Malichudis and Ingeborg Eliassen • cover photo Nicolas Economou • translated by Gigi Papoulias
January 20, 2020
The living conditions that asylum seekers endure at the Moria Reception and Identification Center on Lesvos have become infamous. Insiders who know about the inhospitable environment at the camp are not surprised by clashes which have turned deadly. Residents have persistently asked for more security.

The “self-taught” Greek Asylum Service

Society

by Stavros Malichudis • translated by Gigi Papoulias
January 27, 2020
Waiting for months at a time for their applications to be considered, many asylum seekers have had negative experiences with the Greek Asylum Service. Conversely, the employees of the Asylum Service try, with every means possible, to overcome hardships which run deeper than what’s visible on the surface.

A visual representation of Australia’s devastating fires

The Visuals

Research – Analysis – Data Visualization
by Thanassis Troboukis | @troboukistranslation by Iliana Papangeli
January 8, 2020
The Visuals column provides vivid and flexible visualizations of information and data. Here we produce our visual stories.

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The chronicle of a dozen deaths foretold

Society

by Stavros Malichudis and Ingeborg Eliassen • cover photo Nicolas Economou • translated by Gigi Papoulias
January 20, 2020
The living conditions that asylum seekers endure at the Moria Reception and Identification Center on Lesvos have become infamous. Insiders who know about the inhospitable environment at the camp are not surprised by clashes which have turned deadly. Residents have persistently asked for more security.

The “self-taught” Greek Asylum Service

Society

by Stavros Malichudis • translated by Gigi Papoulias
January 27, 2020
Waiting for months at a time for their applications to be considered, many asylum seekers have had negative experiences with the Greek Asylum Service. Conversely, the employees of the Asylum Service try, with every means possible, to overcome hardships which run deeper than what’s visible on the surface.

How the refugee issue became a “migration crisis”

Society

by Stavros Malichudis • photo by Nadir Noori • translated by Gigi Papoulias
December 10, 2019
When the new government came to power in July, they completely changed the language used to discuss the refugee crisis, and most of the media conformed. We did some fact-checking to determine what has been said to date and what is actually in effect.

How Berlin fights against rising rents and Airbnb economy

Society

by Yellena Prtoric • translated by Gigi Papoulias
October 17, 2019
Berlin is attempting to regulate the real estate market with an aim to decrease rents – causing mixed reactions. Is Berlin the ‘Caracas of Europe’ or a pioneer in establishing the right to housing?

The curse of the “rich” countries

The Visuals

Research – Analysis – Data Visualization
by Thanassis Troboukis | @troboukis • translation by Iliana Papangeli
October 16, 2019
The Visuals column provides vivid and flexible visualizations of information and data. Here we produce our visual stories.

School strike for the climate in Athens

Video

video and photo Constantinos Stathias • interviews by Elvira Krithari • subtitles Iliana Papangeli
September 30, 2019
Last Friday we stood with the young climate strikers in Athens.

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