The age of responsibility

The German authorities have banned the carrying of posters that had cartoons insulting the Prophet Muhammad at the Leipzig rally organized by the fanatical anti-Islam PEGIDA movement.

Isn't this a restriction of freedom of expression? Leipzig German authorities explained it as such: "We think that, after the Paris incidents, these caricatures will be tools for provocation."

Rival Rallies Attract Thousands of Participants Across Germany

Following last week's terrorist attacks in Paris, 25 000 people joined an anti-Islamisation march in Dresden, while thousands of other Germans participated in counter-rallies on Monday.

The anti-Islamisation marches in Dresden have become the trademark of the Patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of the West, shortened to PEGIDA, the BBC reports.

Serbian documentaries to be screened at Leipzig festival

BELGRADE - The 57th International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film, opening on Monday, will feature four Serbian films and two films involving Serbian companies as minor co-producers.

This year's DOK Leipzig, one of the leading documentary film festivals in Europe, will last through November 2.

Swiss Air To Fly Sofia-Zurich From Summer 2015

Swiss, the airline of Switzerland will start flights between Zurich and Sofia as of next year's summer, said the company in a statement on its website.

From the start of the 2015 summer schedules, Swiss will be supplementing its traditional hub concept with a new point-to-point system and expanding its Zurich-based European network through the addition of 22 new destinations.

Four Charges Against Head of Sofia Appellate Court

The Military District Prosecutor's Office has brought four charges against Veselin Pengezov, the chair of the Sofia Appellate Court.

All of them are of embezzlement, with three involving him as an accomplice and the fourth as having committed a military administrative abuse, according to StandartNews.

No detention of Pengezov has been ordered.