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The Consulate General of Greece in Istanbul will hold a series of lectures entitled “Food, Spirits and Gastronomic Traditions in the Eastern Mediterranean” at the Sismanoglio Megaro between Oct. 21 and May 2.
BELGRADE - Marko Djuric, director of the Serbian government's Office for Kosovo-Metohija, condemned on Sunday the attacks on property of members of the Albanian minority in Serbia that took place over the last few days in several cities in Serbia following the incident at the football match between Serbia and Albania.
BELGRADE - The Diocese of Backa of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) has called on all citizens, particularly the Diocese's believers in the Serbian province of Vojvodina, to refrain from any form of violence towards their fellow citizens of Albanian ethnicity and Muslim religion.
Police in Fthiotida, central Greece, were investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 25-year-old man who was killed after a rifle backfired during a hunting outing in the forest area of Megaloplatanos in Lokrida, on Saturday.
The victim had reportedly gone hunting with a 32-year-old friend.
BELGRADE - Patriarch Irinej of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) will visit the Hilandar monastery at Mt. Athos in Greece, following the liturgy and memorial service to victims of World War I which he will serve at the Serbian military cemetery of Zeitenlik, on the occasion of the 100 years since the onset of WWI.
Under-pressure Greece coach Claudio Ranieri was publicly backed by Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) president Giorgos Sarris on Thursday amid doubts over the Italian's future after his team's dire start to the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
Ranieri, who has been in charge for three matches since succeeding the Portuguese Fernando Santos following the World