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What do the Bucharesters like to do in their free time? Do they go to the cinema or do they watch movies at home? Do they prefer the opera or the cinema? How much TV do they watch per day? Do the downtown city inhabitants have different interests to those in the suburbs?
Greek police said Saturday they have arrested a suspect in the 1985 hijacking of a flight from Athens that became a multi-day ordeal and included the slaying of an American.
Police said a 65-year-old suspect in the hijacking was arrested Thursday on the island of Mykonos in response to a warrant from Germany.
There will be no services on the Kifissia-Piraeus urban electric railway (ISAP) or the capital's trolley buses on Tuesday, as staff are to join a 24-hour strike in protest at the provisions of the government's growth bill.
Workers on other forms of public transport, including buses, the tram and the Athens metro, are also expected to stage work stoppages.
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila on Saturday stated that the Government is not a "failed" one, as labeled by President Klaus Iohannis, but an efficient one, and that the economic figures confirm it. "We are not a failed Government, as the President labeled us. He plays with words. It's very easy to offend someone. I never offend.
Flying enthusiasts watch Hellenic Air Force helicopters participate in the Tanagra International Air Show, part of Athens Flying Week, at the Tanagra Air Base on Saturday. The air show, which took place for the eighth year in a row, drew some 60,000 visitors from across Greece and 4,000 from abroad.
Registrations for the World Senior Chess Championship, which will take place in Bucharest over November 11-24, have ended this week, with 350 chess players from 54 countries having registered. The legendary Georgian chess player, Nona Gaprindashvili, ELO 2275, registered in the 65+ section.