Nils Frahm | Athens | June 23

The iconoclastic Berlin-based pianist, composer and producer Nils Frahm will be performing at the Herod Atticus Theater as part of the Athens-Epidaurus Festival. Known for his captivating concerts, Frahm is renowned for his unconventionally compelling piano playing that has won him fans all over the world. Tickets are available on the Athens-Epidaurus Festival website,

5 permanent UN Security Council members condemned Pristina: "Unprecedented consensus"

This attitude of all five permanent members of the UN Security Council - USA, France, China, Great Britain and Russia is an extraordinary turn of events, assesses the foreign policy advisor of the Prime Minister of Serbia, Nikola Stojanovi.
This is a rather unprecedented consensus in the current global political landscape.

Imperial censorship revealed

An exhibition at the National and University Library (NUK) in Ljubljana sheds light to one of the most fascinating historic periods in terms of censorship. Slovenians and Imperial Censorship from Joseph II to the First World War is the result of a multi-year research project.

Bosnian Serbs Hold WWII Victory Day Parade with Russians

A Russian-style 'Immortal Regiment' parade to commemorate the Day of Victory over Fascism in World War II was held on Tuesday in Banja Luka, the main city of Bosnia's Serb-dominated Republika Srpska, attended by Bosnian Serb president Milorad Dodik and Moscow's ambassador to the country, who used the event to justify Russia's war against Ukraine.

Osman Hamdi painting to go on display in NY

As part of the 100th-anniversary celebrations of the Turkish Republic, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York will organize the 100th Anniversary Gala event on Oct. 25, with an exhibition featuring Turkish painter Osman Hamdi Bey's painting "Girl Reading the Qur'an" and artwork from Burhan Doğançay's "Ribbons" series.

Dončić to pay for funerals of Belgrade school shooting victims

Slovenian basketball superstar Luka Dončić has announced he will support the victims of the Belgrade school shooting and their families through his charitable foundation. He will pay for the funerals of the eight children and one security guard who were killed in the 3 May shooting and for counselling for their families and for the affected students and staff.

PHOTO STORY Images of horror from Vračar, images of sadness from all over Serbia

7th grade student of "Vladislav Ribnikar" elementary school, K.K. (13), who this morning shot dead eight male and female students, as well as a security guard, and seriously injured six male and female students and a teacher, is not criminally responsible, announced the Higher Public Prosecutor's Office in Belgrade.

Berlin ‘ready to contribute’ to Athens-Ankara thaw

There are encouraging signs of progress in Greek-Turkish relations, according to the German Chancellery's Foreign and Security Policy Adviser Jens Ploetner. Speaking to Kathimerini as he attended the eighth edition of the Delphi Economic Forum, the former German ambassador to Athens stresses that Berlin is ready to facilitate bilateral contacts "if so wished by the parties."

Moscow reacted: Ultimatum

Namely, the spokeswoman of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova, stated that Moscow noted Beijing's readiness to establish a negotiation process, but also emphasized that the problem is not a lack of good plans.