Police on Friday morning shut down Parliament and cordoned off the area around it after a bomb threat was made by an anonymous caller.
The caller phoned the offices of the Zougla.gr news website, saying that explosive devices had been placed "inside and outside Parliament."
"There will be victims. Beware," the caller reportedly threatened.
The government will approve at its session this Tuesday the allocation of over 2 million lei for emergency relief to 550 families and single persons, Premier Viorica Dancila announced. "Another measure we are slated to adopt today is intended to provide immediate support to families and single people in need.
Police ordered the evacuation of the branch of National Bank off Syntagma Square near central Athens on Monday after an anonymous caller phoned in a bomb threat which turned out to be a hoax.
Members of the police's bomb disposal unit were dispatched to the scene to search for any suspicious devices but found nothing.
Bulgaria's Mountain Rescue Service on 25th of January warns of high danger of avalanches in the mountains, reports BNT.
Considerable avalanche danger prevails in Pirin mountain, where the showfall was significant and storm-strong winds have deposited fresh snowdrifts on the slopes.
One skier is enough to trigger an avalanche in such locations, the rescue service warns.
Scientists have raised objections to a new earthquake hazard map updated by the Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency of Turkey (AFAD) over concerns that the map did not revise risk areas accurately.
Paris police say several people have been injured in an explosion and fire at a bakery believed caused by a gas leak.
Thirty-seven bodies have been recovered from the rubble of a Russian apartment building that partially collapsed this week after an apparent gas explosion, Russian news agencies reported on Jan. 3.
At least 400 people have been left homeless by the 4.8-magnitude earthquake that struck towns near the Mount Etna volcano, Italy's Civil Protection Agency said Thursday, quoted by Gulf Times.
The agency said it was looking after 406 people affected by the December 26 event, meaning that it was providing emergency food and accommodation for them.