An estimated 50,000 people were in attendance
There has been a spike in cases of parents and citizens suing teachers and medical staff over compliance with Covid-19 rules
Ljubljana – Further easing of anti-coronavirus restrictions kicks in on Monday as all secondary school and university students are allowed to fully return to in-person schooling, a limited number of spectators is permitted at sports events and opening hours for hospitality establishments are extended.
The heaviest snowfall to hit Greece in 12 years triggered power cuts, disrupted transport and trapped people in their homes on Monday.
A cold front swept across the country from Saturday, driving temperatures down to -20 degrees Celsius (-4 degrees Fahrenheit) in northern Greece and causing rare snowfall in Athens after a period of unseasonably warm weather.
Cold weather front "Medea" is increasingly making its presence felt by expanding into southern Greece, meteorologists say.
In the northern central Macedonia region, snowfall continues but has abated, according to local authorities, but frost will settle in and make roads treacherous, meteorologists warn. Local authorities say traveling could be treacherous without snow chains.
British police have charged a driver with murder after finding a lorry driven from Bulgaria containing 39 dead bodies.
Essex Police apprehended the 25-year-old driver from Northern Ireland in an industrial park in Grays, Essex County, in the east of England, and said he had driven the lorry from Bulgaria.