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NATO member Romania confirmed that parts of a Russian Drone fell on its territory

Romanian Defense Minister Angel Tîlvăr confirmed that parts of a Russian drone fell on the territory of Romania.

CNN's Antena 3 TV noted that the parts of the drone were found in the area of Plauru settlement in Tulcea county, after Russia carried out several attacks in recent days on the Ukrainian ports of Izmail and Reni, located near the border with Romania.

Israeli businessman Beny Steinmetz released from custody in Cyprus

Israeli mining magnate Beny Steinmetz has been conditionally released from custody in Cyprus and is to reappear in court on September 14, a Cypriot police official said on Wednesday.

Steinmetz was detained in Cyprus last week on a Romania-issued warrant.

One killed in Russian drone attacks on port district: Ukrainian governor

One person was killed in Russian drone attacks on a port district in Ukraine's southwestern Odesa region early Wednesday, the regional governor said.

The night-time attacks lasted three hours and targeted the Izmail district, Oleg Kiper said on Telegram.

Eurostat: Bulgarians leave their Parents' Home on average at the age of 30

Bulgarians leave their parents' home only after they turn 30.

The country ranks among the member states of the European Union with the highest average age according to this indicator - this is indicated by the latest Eurostat data for 2022, which were published today.

Russians attacked NATO? PHOTO

The spokesman of the Romanian Ministry of Defense, a NATO member country, told reporters that the allegations that Russian drones fell and exploded on Romanian territory are incorrect, reports Reuters.
He added that the Ministry will issue an official statement about the incident later.

Evros fire enters 15th day

For the 15th consecutive day, firefighters are continuing to battle the wildfires in the northeastern prefecture of Evros, with the focus of their efforts on the areas around the towns and villages of Soufli, Kornofolia, Dadia, Kotronia, Sidiro and Giannouli.

Firefighters battle flare-ups in Evros, smaller fronts in Parnitha

Firefighters worked for yet another night to extinguish the flare-ups in Evros, near the Turkish border. According to the Fire Brigade, their efforts to extinguish the flames are primarily focused on the areas of Lefkimmi, Kotronia, and Tris Vryses, which are experiencing the highest number of flare-ups. Simultaneously, there are also reports of flare-ups in the Kassiteri region.

Electricity prices are spiking

Even with a slight drop Monday, Greece's wholesale electricity market remained the most expensive in the European Union.

Mass Inspections of Gas Stations began after the Explosions in Romania

In Romania, the investigation into the causes of the explosion on Saturday night at a propane-butane depot 30 km from Bucharest continues. The accident took the lives of two residents of the town of Crevedia, and 58 people received severe burns. The majority of the injured are firefighters, policemen and gendarmerie.