Two airplanes forced to land

Two commercial aircraft were forced to land at Makedonia Airport in Thessaloniki in northern Greece on Thursday. 

The first incident occurred at 2.50 p.m, when an aircraft of the Israeli airline El Al, operating the Prague-Tel Aviv route, had to land due to a passenger disturbing the crew.

Sofia Ranks Third in Top European Weekend Getaways for 2024

Sofia, Bulgaria, claims the third position in the ranking of the best European weekend destinations for the year 2024, according to Sofia Airport. This recognition is based on TripAdvisor reviews focusing on each European capital's nightlife and accommodation costs.

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Police searched the house of a mass murderer from Prague; They found plenty of things

According to police spokesman Jan Danek, investigators also found gas bottles with open valves.
It is likely that he intended to blow up the house, and the police and firefighters prevented a possible tragedy, Danek pointed out, reports International Radio Prague.

"I always wanted to kill"; Creepy messages reveal: This crime at school inspired him

It is the shooting in which the 14-year-old girl A.A. killed one and wounded five students, after which she committed suicide, the Times reports.
The British newspaper came to the conclusion of what his inspiration was based on Kozk's posts on the Telegram network, where he allegedly announced that "Alina Afanaskina helped him too much."

Gunman kills 14, wounds 25 at Prague university

A 24-year-old student killed 14 people and wounded 25 at a Prague university on Thursday in the Czech Republic's worst shooting in decades, before authorities said the attacker was "eliminated".

The violence in the city's historic centre sparked evacuations, a massive response by heavily armed police and warnings for people to stay indoors.

Saturday mourning day in the Czech Republic due to the shooting at Prague university

At least 15 people died in the accident, including the attacker.
"The government adopted a conclusion in which it expresses deep condolences to the families of the victims, and with a minute's silence at the beginning of the government session, we paid our respects to the victims of the shooting," said Fiala, according to Novinki.