Member of Rouvikonas faces felony charge for vandalism of Parliament

The sole member of Rouvikonas who was arrested after the anarchist group vandalised the Parliament's facade yesterday faces felony charges, as do the others of the group of approximately 30 who comfortably fled the scene and are at large.

The 36-year-old has been charged with causing damage to an historic monument.

The PM's office and opposition parties condemned the attack.

Resentments Fester in Slovakia’s ‘Land of Nothing’

Some days Adrian Lachata ponders how life would have turned out if he had never left Svidnik.

The 32-year-old engineer would not have graduated from the most prestigious technical faculty in the Czech Republic, where he has lived for the past 11 years since moving from the industrial town in Slovakia's northeast where he grew up.

Bulgarian Election Commission Spokesperson: Preparations for EP Elections go as Planned

Preparations for the elections to the European Parliament scheduled for Sunday, 26th of May, are going well and the deadlines for their organization are met, the spokesperson of the Central Election Commission (CEC), Alexander Andreev told BNT on May 21.

Police fire teargas in rally in support of jailed terrorist

Greek police clashed with protesters in central Athens on Tuesday evening during a march in support of a far-left jailed terrorist.
Riot police fired teargas against protesters who were near central Stadiou Street. Streets around Syntagma square were closed off to traffic due to the march.

India seeks high-tech solutions

If there's one thing that unites the people of the world today, it's anger at establishment politicians. Over the last decade, this anger has fundamentally reshaped global politics at both the national and international levels. Anger in the US led to the election of Donald Trump; anger in Ukraine led to the election of a professional comedian and sitcom star.