More shock in Cyprus as police retrieve body of eight-year-old girl

Police in Cyprus have found the body of an eight-year old girl, the fifth victim of a confessed serial killer who preyed on foreign women for almost three years without detection.

The body was found in the second suitcase mentioned by the killer in the lake Kokkini Limni (red lake) in Mitsero, Cyprus.

Greeks the most stressed people worldwide, report finds

Greeks are the most stressed people in the world, according to the results of the Gallup 2019 Global Emotions report conducted on a sample of 150,000 people in 140 countries.

According to the poll, which was conducted last year, 59 percent of Greeks said they "experienced a lot of stress yesterday," putting Greece at the top of the chart for the third consecutive year.

Cyprus Army officer admits to murdering seven people

A 35-year-old Cyprus Army officer has reportedly admitted to murdering a total of seven people - five women and two girls.

Citing police officials, media reports in Cyprus said the suspect confessed to the killings after he was remanded on Wednesday in connection with the murder of 31-year-old Maricar Valdez Arquiola from the Philippines, who went missing on Cyprus in December 2017.

Another body turns up in the Filipina murders

Another dead body turned up in the investigation of the Filipina murders, with media sources saying the suspected serial killer reportedly gave another confession but could not remember if the victim was from India or Nepal.
According to local media, police found an unidentified female corpse at a military shooting range in Orounda, Nicosia district, on Thursday afternoon.

Varna has Lost over 51% of Tourists' Interest over the Course of 10 Years According to Lonely Planet

With a 51% drop, Varna is among the resort destinations in the world that have lost the most noticeably interest of tourists for the last 10 years. This shows a ranking of the Lonely Planet publishing house specializing in the publication of tourist guides for the average segment of travelers quoted by the Russian agency Interfax.