One woman was killed and two people injured on Thursday in a crash involving a car and a train at an unmanned level crossing in the community of Myriofitou near Kilkis in northern Greece.
Local authorities have launched an investigation into the incident, while the national railway operator, Trainose, said the accident caused delays on the Thessaloniki-Drama route.
According to the first police findings, six people lost their lives in a violent storm.
Two elderly Czech nationals were killed when strong winds swept away their travel trailer in Halkidiki, police said.
Members of professional associations from the fields of architecture and urban planning called on Monday for the postponement of the decision on amendments to Zagreb's general urban plan due to a number of procedural errors, non-compliance with democratic procedures and an absence of public discussions about the Zagrebacki Manhattan (Zagreb Manhattan) project.
Adonis Volanakis takes curatorial liberties with "Blind Date: Versions of Artistic Citizenship," showcasing a selection of artworks that at a first glance do not fit together. Drawing from the permanent collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rethymno on Crete, as well as newer works, the exhibition explores art's place in museums.
The Greek Council for Refugees has filed a complaint with the Supreme Court in Athens over claims of violent pushbacks at the northeastern Evros border with Turkey.
In an announcement on Wednesday, the GCR said that its complaint includes a file of evidence supporting the claims of several migrants and asylum seekers who said they were forced back over the border into Turkey.