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An anti-establishment group claimed responsibility on Saturday for vandalizing an apartment building's entrance on Friday night in an action targeting a judicial official in Thessaloniki, northern Greece.
Members of the group spray-painted slogans on the building's entrance and threw flyers before making off.
A 10-year-old Bulgarian died in Cyprus after being hit by a car on a crosswalk.
The tragedy took place in the Cypriot city of Paphos yesterday, around 14:00 pm-14.30pm, when the girl was crossing the zebra of Thassos Papadopoulos Blvd on her way back from school.
The girl was hit in front of the eyes of her grandfather
A car bomb exploded in the city of Tell Abiad, Syria, near the border with Turkey. At least 4 people were killed and dozens were injured.
Following the blast, roads leading to and from the city were closed by local authorities, while the seriously injured were taken to a hospital in the nearby Turkish city of Akcakale.
No terrorist group has yet claimed responsibility.
A 6.1 magnitude earthquake shook the Indonesian part of New Guinea Island, the US Geological Survey reported.
It was registered at 12:11 PM CET. The epicentre is located 311.7 kilometers southeast of the capital of the Indonesian province of West Papua - Manokwari. The earthquake occurred at a depth of 10 kilometers, BGNES writes.
Тhieves robbed a jewelry store on Al.Stamboliyski Blvd. in Sofia. The thieves have left with valuables worth over BGN 15,000, BNR reported.
The shop assistant explained to the police that several people had entered the store at the same time, and two of them asked her to show them some of the jewels displayed. Meanwhile, their accomplices managed to steal jewelry for over BGN 15,000.
The Forum brought together close to 200 young socially engaged people from the Western Balkans.
Young people will have the opportunity to discuss current topics and challenges on a panel with three presidents.
Three-day Forum commenced on Friday and will last till Sunday, November 24.
US Ambassador to Serbia Anthony Godfrey says America's goal is to encourage dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, as well as pointing out how much people in the region would benefit from finding a solution to the Kosovo problem.
"It was important for Yeltsin that Putin was of different generation because the country should not have been left to those who ruled it during the Soviet Union", former Kremlin Head of Administration Valentin Yumashev said during a public interview at the Yeltsin Presidential Center in Yekaterinburg.