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Acting Justice Minister Ana Birchall said on Tuesday that she will convene the committee dealing with the Co-operation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) in an urgent meeting to devise an action plan for the implementation of the recommendations contained in the European Commission report on Romania's progress under CVM, showing that one explicit aim in the report is the disbandment of the Specia
Education Minister Aeber Ademi said on Tuesday that at least 200 children are not being allowed to attend school because they are not vaccinated, but added that these are only the preliminary numbers that the ministry gathered from education inspectorates across the country, and that the real figure might be higher.
Increasing the economic, trade and investment exchange between Bulgaria and Vietnam is a common priority and the institutions in both countries are ready to support business initiatives. This was the common position of Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev and Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, who had a meeting in Tokyo, the presidential press office reported.
At least four German fans of Bayern Munich were injured on Tuesday evening when dozens of men barged into Olympiacos' training center in Rendi, Athens, during a game between the two clubs' under-19 teams and attacked them.
The incident took place just hours before a Champions League clash between the two clubs in Piraeus.
Leading Turkish developer of unmanned aerial vehicles Baykar has delivered another batch of drones Bayraktar TB2 in Ukraine.
Three aircraft, ammunition, simulator, camera systems and ground data terminals were delivered to the Ukrainian Air Force.
The newly delivered drones are being tested at an air base in Starokostiantyniv in Western Ukraine, Sabah reported.
A 36-year-old foreign national tried to smuggle 1.45 kilograms of cocaine through Greek customs at Athens International Airport on Tuesday.
The man, who had swallowed the drug in 34 small packages, flew into Athens from Sao Paolo in Brazil via Rome.
He appeared before an Athens prosecutor later in the day.
The Saharan silver ant (Cataglyphis bombycina) can overcome almost a meter per second, making it the fastest ant and one of the fastest insects, TASS informs.
This conclusion was made by scientists at the University of Ulm, whose research was published in the scientific journal "Journal of Experimental Biology".
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis pledged on Tuesday that the long-delayed Thessaloniki metro will be up and running in April 2023.
After two meetings with local officials at the Ministry of Macedonia-Thrace, he said he was pleased that timetables are being kept, adding that the problems with the city's public transport will improve at the start of 2020.
The Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Bulgaria (CITUB) sent a letter to the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy a few days ago, asking the government and the National Assembly to ratify Convention 190 of the International Labor Organization, which deals with non-violence and harassment in the workplace, announced BTA.
Justice Minister Ana Birchall stated on Tuesday that the European Commission Report regarding the Co-operation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) is a critical one, showing that only two recommendations have been fulfilled out of the 12 included in the January 2017 Report. "Certainly, we would have wanted a better report.