Cities in Europe
Around 1,000 protesters marched in downtown Athens on Saturday in a rally organized by several anti-establishment groups protesting the evacuation last month of three squats in the central district of Exarchia that had been home to dozens of refugees and migrants, including families with small children.
Johnson visited Belgrade and Pristina last week.
He told the Ukrainian Voice of America service that it is up to leaders in Belgrade and Pristina to decide whether they can reach an agreement.
Extremely hot weather in June and July killed 1 435 people in France, a spokesman for the French health ministry said.
Most of the victims are elderly, but there are some who have lost their lives at work. According to the ministry, because of preventive measures, the death toll was significantly lower than in 2003. At that time, the death toll was nearly 15,000.
The Polytechnic University of Bucharest (UPB) won five trophies, 11 gold medals and diplomas of excellence, four individual certificates of appreciation, as well as five gold medals and prizes at the 4th edition of the International Invention Innovation Competition in Canada, which took place at the end of August.
"At Elliniko we want to develop an integrated tourism and entertainment complex that will be much more than just a box with slot machines and gaming tables," explains Jim Allen, the president of Hard Rock International, which is pulling out all the stops in its bid for the license to develop and operate an integrated casino complex at Elliniko in southern Athens.
The Athens Municipality's Technopolis cultural complex will be hosting the city's first Off the Hook Festival on September 5 and 6. This celebration of hip-hop and other similar genres comprises a lineup of 23 Greek acts (including Social Waste, Lobo Amarillo and Sadomas) and foreign artists (such as Lady Leshurr, R.A. the Rugged Man and Snowgoons).