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Former Deputy Prime Minister Theodoros Pangalos sparked a row on Tuesday by calling for SYRIZAs candidate for the Attica governorship Rena Dourou to pose in a bikini.
Speaking on Vima FM, Pangalos voiced his objection to fly-posting by Dourous campaign team.
Is she putting her poster up because she thinks she is good-looking?» said the ex-PASOK veteran.
The polices cyber crimes unit on Tuesday warned Internet users to avoid opening links to a series of shocking videos that have been online since the weekend as they carry a severely debilitating virus.
The videos to avoid have titles such as Ghost attack caught on tape and Video of huge great white shark tearing apart a sea captain.
A 41-year-old man was being questioned on Tuesday by police in Thessaloniki on suspicion of turning his apartment into a makeshift brothel.
Three women, aged 31, 33 and 36, who police said were foreign nationals without determining their ethnic origin, were arrested following a raid on the apartment on Monday.
Blue countries gave Austria 12 points, red countries gave it no points, and the intermediate colours show the scale of points in between | by Dr Alan Renwick
Bulgaria will get a EUR 1.5 B increase from the European Social Fund for the next program period till 2020, said EU Commissioner Lazslo Andor, during his visit in Sofia.
This transpired during the meeting of the EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion and Bulgaria's deputy prime minister and Justice Minister Zinaida Zlatanova.
BELGRADE - The identification of remains of 19 Serb victims killed during the armed conflicts in the territory of the former Yugoslavia from 1991 to 1995 in Croatia was carried out at the Department of Forensic Medicine and Criminalistics of the School of Medicine, University of Zagreb, in the presence of family members.
BELGRADE - Negotiations between the Serbian government, employers and trade unions on amendments to the Labor Law are taking too much time and no result are showing, which is bad for both workers and employers, economic expert Miladin Kovacevic said in a debate on labor legislation and citizens’ interests in Belgrade on Tuesday.