Violence and memory

The Ministry of Citizens' Protection on Monday held an event to commemorate the victims of domestic terrorism. Strange as it may sound, it was the first time that the state had organized a formal event to honor the memory of the victims. In fact, it was the first such ceremony in the 45 years since the establishment of the Third Hellenic Republic.

Greek-Cypriot drivers fill up north as south fails to meet EU green targets

Greek-Cypriot consumers are crying foul over rising gas prices at the pump, with some resorting to crossing the checkpoints to the Turkish-occupied northern part of the island to fill up, as the government draws criticism for failing to meet EU energy goals.

UN: Almost Half a Billion People are Unemployed or Have no Access to a Good Job

Around half a billion people work fewer paid hours than they would like, or are not getting enough access to paid work, shows a study published by the International Labour Organization (ILO) on Monday, which also forecasts that unemployment will rise by about 2.5 million this year, the UN reported.

PM Borissov Left for Switzerland to Participate in the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov is leaving for Switzerland to participate in the 50th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, said the government press office. This year meeting's theme would be Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World.