Russian Hacker Arrested in Bulgaria for Ad Fraud of over $7 Million

Bulgarian police have arrested a supposed Russian hacker at the request of US authorities on charges of committing advertising fraud of over $7 million.

The supposed hacker is named Alexander Zhukov, a Saint Petersburg native who's been living in Varna, Bulgaria, since 2010, according to Russian newspaper Kommersant, which first reported the arrest, reports ZDNet.

FYROM PM reignites tension over alleged Russian meddling in name deal

As Athens seeks to defuse tensions with Moscow over its expulsion last week of Russian diplomats, the prime minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Zoran Zaev, brought the issue back to the fore on Monday, accusing Greek businessmen "sympathetic to the Russian cause" of paying large sums of money to his country's citizens to commit acts of violence ahead of the referendum on the

Zaev claims Greek 'businessmen' paid FYROM citizens to incite violence

In an interview with Buzzfeed, the prime minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Zoran Zaev, claimed that his government has received multiple reports that "Greek businessmen" who are "sympathetic to the Russian cause" paid FYROM citizens to "commit acts of violence" ahead of a referendum scheduled for later this year on whether the Balkan country should change its name so it can

Around 10 People Injured in Clashes at Moria Migrant Camp on Lesvos

Around 10 people were rushed to hospital on Lesvos on Tuesday night following violent clashes between rival groups in the Moria refugee and migrant camp, Ekathimerini reported.

Riot police were called in to quell the unrest, which reportedly broke out between rival groups of Iraqi and Afghan nationals and resulted in several small fires being set.