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Swedish artist and producer Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii, has died, aged 28, his spokesperson confirmed on Friday.
"It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii. He was found dead in Muscat, Oman, this Friday afternoon local time," said his press representative in a statement.
A subscription for the holding of a local referendum began in Burgas. The reason - several serious cases of air pollution of the city since the beginning of the year.
According to the initiative committee, residents have the right to decide on the activities of the Kronospan Burgas plant. Organizers say the wood processing plant is one of the potential pollutants of the seaside city.
Japan Times - North Korea announced Saturday that it had suspended nuclear and longer-range missile tests and shut down its main nuclear test site as the sanctions-hit country seeks to shift its focus to shoring up its moribund economy, state media said, less than a week ahead of a key inter-Korean summit.
Poul Thomsen, director of the International Monetary Fund's European department, on Friday spoke in favor of a broadening Greece's tax base though he stopped short of determining whether the IMF would call for reductions to the tax-free threshold (due to come into effect in January 2020) to apply a year in advance.
The Environment and Tourism ministries have approved the construction of a tourism accommodation complex at Hersonissos on Crete. The tourism village will be built next to an existing golf course and hotel belonging to entrepreneur Theodoros Vassilakis. The aim of the investment is to turn the area into a golfing destination.
Parliament started on Friday to debate the bill for the concession of Public Power Corporation's lignite units at Meliti and Megalopoli, with reactions both inside and outside the House, PPC chief Manolis Panagiotakis expressing disagreement on labor regulations, and grid operator ADMIE's worries about the system's stability during industrial action against the sale.