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Four Balkan Countries Eye Eurovision Crown

Albania, Bulgaria, Greece and Serbia have all qualified for the final of the 65th Eurovision Song Contest, to be held on Saturday, May 22, 2021 in Rotterdam. Some 26 countries made it to the final in total.

New generation of Fellows selected for 2021

The Fellows were chosen from more than 100 applicants from the 14 countries covered by the programme.

"It was a difficult choice," said jury member Remzi Lani, from the Albanian Media Institute. "The applications gave us a picture of highly engaged journalists in countries that are at a crossroads."

President Iohannis: Romania expresses full confidence history will honour contribution of HRH, Prince Philip

Romania stands with the British Royal Family and the British people in this time of sorrow as it learned of the death of Prince Philip, President Klaus Iohannis wrote on Twitter on Friday, expressing confidence that Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, will be honoured for his contributions. "I learned with great sadness about the passing of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

"Regina Maria" frigate finishes new NATO mission

The "Regina Maria" frigate docked in the Constanta military port, thus concluding its participation in the Permanent Naval Group of North-Atlantic Alliance SNMG-2 (Standing NATO Maritime Group 2), in the international waters of the Black Sea, according to a press release sent by the Naval Joint Chiefs of Staff (SMFN).

Culture Minister Gheorghiu: Many heritage buildings need prompt intervention

Minister of Culture Bogdan Gheorghiu states at 44 years after the 1977 earthquake that many of the heritage buildings need a prompt intervention, recalling that at the level of the institution he leads the National Restoration Program (PNR), which includes 91 objectives, is carried out. "Many of Romania's heritage buildings need prompt intervention and it is important to prioritize them.

Controversy Escalates After Greek Theatre Director’s Rape Arrest

The first public remarks by a top Greek lawyer who has agreed to defend prominent theatre director Dimitris Lignadis against rape charges have caused yet more controversy around the case, which comes amid an upsurge in revelations of alleged sexual abuse in Greece that have been described as the country's #MeToo moment.

Akram Khan’s ‘Giselle’ | February 19-22

Akram Khan's critically acclaimed production of "Giselle" for the English National Ballet, is coming to computer screens in Greece from the Christmas Theater on February 19-22. In this modern version of the romantic 19th century ballet, the acclaimed choreographer injects this tale of love, betrayal and redemption with elements of kathak, a traditional South Asian dance form.

Paris Opera’s ‘Swan Lake’ | February 12-15

The Paris Opera's production of "Swan Lake" based on the famed 1984 choreography by Rudolf Nureyev will be streamed online by Greece's Christmas Theater event organizer from February 12-15. It costs 15 euros to watch the show, with bookings available on, and tel 211.770.1700. Screenings take place at 8 p.m., with additional shows at 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.