News archive of June 2018
A leading member of the anarchist group Rouvikonas is to face a prosecutor on Saturday on charges of incitement to commit a crime after he openly threatened to "burn down" private broadcaster Skai.
"We will burn Skai down. Today, tomorrow, in 10 years - I don't know. But we will burn it down. And we will dance around the ashes," Kalaitzidis wrote on his Facebook page.
The swift and extensive roll-out of 5G and other next-generation technologies throughout Europe, stronger consumer protection and a capped rate for international calls within the EU - all these are covered by the comprehensive set of new rules for the electronic communications sector that EU countries' ambassadors approved today on behalf of the Council.
CESEC initiative is an indisputable example of successful regional cooperation. I am pleased that within the framework of the Bulgarian Presidency of the of the Council of the EU, Sofia is hosting the fifth annual Meeting of the High Level Group on Central and South-Eastern Europe Connectivity, Energy Minister Temenuzka Petkova said.
"I'm Giannis Antetokounmpo. Visit my beautiful country, Greece," the NBA All-Star beams, standing before a row of classical Greek columns in Greece's latest push to attract tourists.
In the ensuing 60-second clip, footage of Antetokounmpo on the court alternates between postcard images of Greece: turquoise waters, whitewashed chapels and ancient monuments.
A replica of the Winged Victory of Samothrace, also called the Nike of Samothrace, on display in the Louvre Museum in Paris, will be erected on the namesake northern Aegean island this summer.
According to the deputy regional governor of Evros, Dimitris Petrovic, the marble replica was made by three sculptors in a workshop in the northern Greek town of Drama.