Millions once traveled to work in oil-rich Arab monarchies and one day retire back home. That path now seems a dead end.
Greece’s 1922 defeat in the Greco-Turkish War led to the end of Hellenism in Asia Minor.
Amid violence and trauma, their relative oasis belies a mounting crisis.
Protesters force a backdown over pro-Russian legislation. Does it signal a sea-change?
After narrowly escaping Turkey’s earthquake, some believe they’re in the line of the next big one.
The Chios massacre of 1822 still casts long shadows.
Why do so many West Africans believe France is supplying weapons to Islamist jihadists?
But with little unity, few resources and no end in sight, exiles’ future remains precarious.
But after a historic earthquake, it may not be enough this time.