News archive of July 2018
Thirteen people were hospitalized in Rhodes on Tuesday morning with gunshot wounds following an incident outside a Roma camp on the island, the state-run Athens-Macedonian news agency reported.
Based on initial information, three Roma in a car stopped shortly after noon outside the camp at Karakonero and opened fire.
It is not known what the motives of the assailants were.
Turkey's Central Bank sharply raised its 2018 inflation forecast to 13.4 percent from 8.4 percent previously, governor Murat Çetinkaya said on July 31.
SOFIA (Bulgaria), July 30 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's gross foreign debt fell by an annual 4.2% to 32.8 billion euro ($38.4 billion) at the end of May, the central bank said.
The gross foreign debt was equivalent to 62.1% of the projected 2018 gross domestic product (GDP), down from 67.9% of GDP at the end of May 2017, the Bulgarian National Bank said in a statement on Friday.
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A new body recovered in the sea off the southern coast of Athens on Tuesday reportedly bears burn marks, according to information.
The coast guard said on Tuesday the body was found floating by an amateur fisherman who immediately alerted authorities.
The fire service clarified in a press release the body belongs to a woman and not a man, as was initially reported.