Russian whistleblower surrenders to Greek authorities

Maria Efimova, a Russian whistleblower who fed information about secret bank accounts in Malta to murdered Maltese blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia, surrendered to Greek authorities on Monday night.

Saying that she was in fear of her life, the former Pilatus Bank employee reportedly turned herself in to police at Athens's central Syntgama Square metro station.

Prosecution investigates anti-vaccine activists

According to a statement issued by the Prosecution, these public figures are "the subject of processing" of this department of the Higher Public Prosecutor's Office.

The fact are now being determined and the necessary evidence and documentation collected in order to carry out and complete the pretrial procedure fully and in an adequate manner, the Prosecution noted.

Intelligence Service's director says available to declassify SRI-Supreme Court's Prosecutor's Office protocol

Director of the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) Eduard Hellvig expressed his availability for the declassification in the following period of the protocol between SRI and the Prosecutor's Office attached to the Supreme Court (High Court of Cassation and Justice, ICCJ, ed. n.), on Monday said the head of the SRI oversight parliamentary committee, Claudiu Manda.

People in Bourgas are Protesting Against the Air Pollution in the City

Residents of Bourgas today gather again in protest against the dirty air, BNR reported. The occasion was another case just a week ago, when dozens of citizens of Burgas were reporting unpleasant smells to the Regional Environmental Inspectorate and in the municipality. The protest will take place in the central square of Burgas.

Serbian PM visiting Serb Republic

Brnabic immediately met with RS President Milorad Dodik and RS Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic.

The meeting was also attended by RS ministers of industry and energy, and of spatial planning, construction, and ecology.

While in Banja Luka, Brnabic will also attend the ceremony to promote and declare open the Eko Toplana heating plant, and meet with Mayor Igor Radojicic.

The Prime Minister Meets with Football Bosses Because of the Pressure on Referees

The Bulgarian Football Union will initiate a meeting between Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and the bosses of professional football clubs because of the pressure on the referees and the tensions surrounding the games in the First League lately, said Borislav Mihaylov.