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Balkan Insight’s Week in Pictures

Serbia's Damir Rastic (L) and Ukraine's Artem Tyshchenko (R) in action during the men's 10km Sprint race at the IBU Biathlon World Cup i​n Hochfilzen, Austria. Photo: EPA-EFE/Christian Bruna.

CSKA Sofia fans light flares during the UEFA Europa Conference League group C football match against AS Roma in ​the Bulgarian capital on December 9, 2021. Photo: EPA-EFE/Vassil Donev.

Debate hears Roma across Europe still subject to discrimination and hatred

Murska Sobota – Marking the 2 August Roma Holocaust Memorial Day, a panel debate held in Murska Sobota on Friday heard that it was important to remember the Nazi genocide against the Roma as a reminder as Roma were still subjected to discrimination and hate crimes across Europe.

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Family Home of Everton Goalkeeper Robin Olsen Burgled

Everton goalkeeper Robin Olsen and his family were threatened with a machete during a break-in at their home, the club has confirmed.

The masked gang stole jewellery and a luxury watch from the Sweden international's house near Altrincham, Greater Manchester over the weekend.

Everton said they were "offering Robin and his family as much support as is possible".

Romania to Punish Anti-Roma Acts with up to 10 Years in Jail

The Romanian parliament on Tuesday adopted a law that will punish anti-Roma "verbal or physical" actions with prison terms ranging from three months to 10 years.

A total of 244 deputies voted for the law, which only one MP rejected. Some 20 legislators abstained and eight did not take part in the vote, according to the Romanian parliament's website.

Roma moved out of settlements

Sixteen of the 20 people at a Roma settlement on the outskirts of Larissa in central Greece who were infected with the coronavirus were transferred on Saturday to a rehabilitation center in the city, in accordance with the operational plan implemented in the area for the protection of public health.

11 arrested during police crackdown in central Greece

Greek police on Wednesday arrested 11 suspects and briefly detained another 96 during a crackdown against a racket involved in robberies and other crimes around the settlement of Pyri in Thiva, central Greece.
The suspects, aged between 14 and 47 and identified as Roma, were charged with setting up and participating in a criminal organization and other crimes.

Clashes outside Corinth court over killing of alleged would-be robber

A group of people clashed with police outside the courthouse in the city of Corinth on Tuesday, when they tried to enter the building to protest the killing of an alleged would-be robber on Sunday.
The 35-year-old alleged shooter was expected to appear before a prosecutor on Tuesday to respond to charges of murder.

Rome Escalator Accident Reportedly Injures 20, mostly Russian Football Fans (Video)

An accident at an escalator in Rome that was caught on video Tuesday sent passengers speeding downwards and reportedly injured some 20 people, most of whom were football fans.

Seven people were reported to have been seriously injured, according to the Italian media, citing firefighters. None of the injuries were reported to be life-threatening.

Serbia coach unveils candidates for World Cup team

23 players will make it to the team that will travel to Russia on June 11, and this final list will be known on June 4.

Serbia will on that day play the first of the two friendly matches as part of the team's preparations for the tournament in Russia.

The friendlies against Chile (June 4) and Bolivia (June 9) will both be played in Graz, Austria.