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Zelensky Criticizes Trump's Grasp of Putin's Intentions Amid EU's Efforts to Strengthen Ukrainian Defense

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has voiced criticism against former US President Donald Trump, suggesting that Trump's lack of military confrontation with Russia has led to a misunderstanding of Russian leader Vladimir Putin's intentions.

Eurostat: Greece ranks third in number of radio stations in EU

Greece has the third highest number of radio stations in the EU, after Spain and Italy, data from the EU's statistical arm Eurostat has shown.

According to the figures, released to mark World Radio Day, Spain, with 714 stations, Italy (679), Greece (599), France (343) and Portugal (299) held the top five spots in 2022 in terms of the number of radio stations.

Habits of Greek consumers changing, GLAMI says

A significant change was observed in the consumer behavior of Greek e-shoppers during 2023 compared to 2022, within the framework of the annual "Fashion (Re)search" review by the European fashion search platform GLAMI.

The results of the research emerged from the responses of 4,246 Greek consumers online, regarding their shopping habits.

Grozev: The 3 Russians Investigated For The Explosions In Bulgaria Are In High Positions In Russia

Bulgaria has reissued a European arrest warrant for six Russian citizens implicated in a series of explosions at ammunition depots between 2011 and 2020. Shockingly, investigative journalist Christo Grozev revealed that three of the accused currently hold high-ranking positions within the Russian government, serving in key roles under President Vladimir Putin's administration.

Survey: Athens Europe’s worst city for remote working

Greek social media is up in arms after a Forbes Magazine article ranked Athens as the worst European city for remote working. The article was based on a survey by a British technology services company, Brother UK, which looked at which are the best and worst cities for remote working in Europe.

EU Unemployment Rate Reaches Historic Low: Bulgaria Reports Notable Decline to 4.3%

In a significant turn, the unemployment rate across the Eurozone hit a remarkable record low of 6.4% in November 2023, marking a decline from the previous 6.5% in October and notably lower than the 6.7% reported a year earlier in November 2022.

Danilovic/Medjedovic give Serbia United Cup win against Czech Republic

PERTH - Serbia are through to the quarter-finals of the tennis United Cup after a 2-1 win over the Czech Republic in Perth on Tuesday.

Olga Danilovic and Hamad Medjedovic won the tie for Serbia by defeating the Czech mixed double of Miriam Kolodziejova and Petr Nouza 4-6, 7-6 (7-2), 10-8.

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