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PM to host Western Balkan, EU leaders on Monday for enlargement talks

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has invited leaders of Western Balkan countries and EU officials to Athens on Monday night for a dinner and an informal discussion on EU enlargement and the European future of the region, his office announced. 

Bulgarians are being Investigated for Trafficking Illegal Migrants in Croatia

Croatian police are investigating a total of 11 people for illegal trafficking of 117 migrants in Karlovac County, Croatia. Authorities say there were six separate incidents between last Thursday and Monday. Bulgarians are also among the suspects, BTA reported.

The Mediterranean Diet | Athens | September 10 – October 29

"The Mediterranean Diet" photography exhibition is on display at the National Museum of Contemporary Art Athens-EMST (emst.gr). Celebrating the UNESCO-recognized Mediterranean diet's significance in today's world, the exhibit features captivating works by photographers such as Johann Clausen and Myrto Papadopoulou.

Germans are calling upon to "break" Serbia

This domination, as they stated, and as Blic reminds us, "must be broken." According to diplomats and sources cited by the newspaper, everything indicates that certain centers of power in the West are attempting to change their approach towards our region and adopt a tougher policy.

The government needs rowers

New Democracy secured a second term in Greece's June general election by promising a systematic approach to addressing public issues. However, since 2019, the party has been facing significant security challenges, making it appear vulnerable.

The benefits of a debt upgrade

It is widely expected that Greek debt will finally return to investment grade for the first time since 2010. Some minor credit rating agencies have already gone ahead with the upgrade, though none of the "big four" - DBRS, Fitch, Moody's and Standard & Poor's - have done so yet.

Greek and Croatian FMs discuss jailing of Croatian fans

The foreign ministers of Greece and Croatia, George Gerapetritis and Gordan Grlic Radman, respectively, spoke on the phone on Sunday following the jailing on remand of dozens of Croatian football fans arrested for the violence in the Athens district of Nea Philadelphia.

More than 2,000 officers assigned to sports crime prevention

More than 2,000 officers have been assigned by the leadership of Greece's police force, ELAS, to prevent violence on the sidelines of several soccer games taking place in Athens over the next few days.

Dream big and do not criticise others, Vucic tells young athletes

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Thursday received a group of young Serb athletes from Kosovo-Metohija, Republika Srpska and the diaspora and told them to "dream big as that is the only way to achieve great things."

Defenseless against horde of hooligans

The police had been informed in time about the movements of the Croatian hooligans ahead of the Champions League qualifying game between AEK Athens and Croatia's Dinamo Zagreb on Tuesday, which was postponed by European governing soccer body UEFA after a 29-year-old Greek fan was fatally stabbed in overnight clashes between rival supporters in the Greek capital.

Fan dies in Greece after clashes between rival supporters

A 29-year-old Greek fan has died after overnight clashes between rival supporters in Athens, with European governing soccer body UEFA announcing it has postponed a Champions League qualifying game scheduled for Tuesday because of the violence.

Police responds to criticism over deadly soccer fan clash

Greece's police force, ELAS, on Tuesday responded to criticism in the wake of a violent clash between dozens of soccer fans in Athens that resulted in the death of a young man, a week before the capital is set to host the UEFA Super Cup final.

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