Bulgarian Top Player Grigor Dimitrov Will Face Lloyd Harris at Madrid Masters

Grigor Dimitrov will start his participation in the Masters tournament in Madrid with a match against the world №53 Lloyd Harris from South Africa.

This will be the first clash between the two, who have never met on the court so far.

For Dimitrov, this will be the first match after his loss to Rafael Nadal in the 1/8 finals of the Masters in Monte Carlo.

Bucharest-hosted 2023 Solar Decathlon Europe competition to receive partial gov't funding

The Romanian government will provide partial financial support for the organization of the 2023 Solar Decathlon Europe competition that will take place in Bucharest, Minister of Environment, Waters and Forests Barna Tanczos told a press conference on Thursday.

Euthanasia Finally Legalized in Spain, Religious Community Protest

Lawmakers in Spain have voted to legalize euthanasia and assisted suicide, making it only the fifth country globally to make the practice legal after the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and Canada.

The law will come into force in three months' time after the landmark vote passed in the lower house of the Spanish parliament by 202 votes to 141, with two abstentions.

Manhunt: Tracking the Fugitive Killers of Serbian PM Zoran Djindjic

On April 5 this year at Belgrade Higher Court, the trial will start for an attempted murder in a village near Zagreb in Croatia in June 2010.

Both the suspect and the victim, Milos Simovic and Sretko Kalinic, are Serbian citizens and former members of a notorious criminal gang.

Spanish FM announces support for Slovenia’s EU presidency

Ljubljana – Spanish Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya announced her country’s support for Slovenia’s presidency of the EU Council in the second half of the year as she met Slovenian counterpart Anže Logar in Ljubljana on Thursday. The pair also talked about resilience of the EU and migrations, which are among the priorities of the presidency.

Spain Ready to Roll out Vaccination Passports in May, Welcomes Back Holidaymakers

Spain could be ready to start rolling out coronavirus vaccine 'passports' by the end of May, paving the way to welcome back holidaymakers. Minister of tourism, María Reyes Maroto, said on Wednesday that the country 'could be in a position to start implementing the digital passport in May'.