PM Orban: There will be limitations of citizens' movement during the day

Prime Minister Ludovic Orban has announced on Tuesday that, this evening, the Interior Minister will present a military ordinance with restrictions on movement during the day, with people still being allowed to go to work or go out to purchase the necessary goods or for medical reasons.

With school closures extended over Covid-19, teachers get to grips with online classes

As the Education Ministry scrambles to establish distance learning via virtual tools for long-term school closures, some teachers and pupils in Greece are trying to adapt to the new normal of instruction in the face of the public health emergency.

Rama Takes his War on Media to Albanians’ Phones

Albanian mobile phone users have unexpectedly received a recorded message from the Prime Minister, advising them on how to protect themselves from the coronavirus - and the media.

"Wash your hands, don't move from your house for pleasure, open windows as much as you can, protect yourself from the media," the message from Edi Rama said.

ATM blown up in northern suburb

Unknown assailants blew up an ATM at dawn on Wednesday in the northern Athens suburb of Penteli but were unable to extract any money from the machine.
According to police, the perpetrators caused an explosion at 3.30 a.m. which damaged the cash machine and the facade of a real estate office on Panagouli Street.

Police have launched an investigation.