News archive of November 2018
Ukrainian soprano Liudmyla Monastyrska and Greek baritone Dimitris Platanias join forces in a show at the Athens Concert Hall celebrating Giuseppe Verdi and the Verismo movement in opera, with emblematic arias and duets from the Italian composer's works. They will be accompanied by the Athens State Orchestra, conducted by Miltos Logiadis. The show starts at 8.30 p.m.
The Flow Film Festival at Warehouse A of the Thessaloniki port complex celebrates nature and outdoor activities with a series of screenings of shorts and medium-length films from around the world for one day only. Films include "Windy Greece" on kitesurfing, "Stinky Movie" on snowboarding and "White Rhino" on surfing.
The rapidly developing sea town of Burgas can now boast a new transport map for its citizens and guests. Created by independent designer Ivan Manolov, in partnership with Burgas Municipality and Burgasbus, it is part of the overall efforts to modernize and improve urban transport in the Black Sea city over the last few years.
Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said on Friday that his government was willing to consider an amnesty for those involved in last year's attack on parliament, after meeting the newly formed parliament commission on reconciliation - which is tasked with proposing steps for national reconciliation after years of political crisis.
Security police on Friday arrested a man in northern Athens for whom they had information that he was impersonating a police officer.
Officers who searched the suspect's house in Neo Psyhico discovered a police hat, a leather wallet with a police badge inside and photos of the suspect dressed in police uniform.