Bulgarian Minister of Defense: We will Categorically Not Send Troops to Ukraine

"We will categorically not send troops to Ukraine. The interpretations of the changes in the Law on Defense and the Armed Forces of the Republic of Bulgaria were extremely unsuccessful in a complex pre-election situation."

This was stated by the Minister of Defense Dimitar Stoyanov on Bulgaria ON AIR TV.

The US is selling Strategic Military Equipment to Greece

The US State Department has approved Greece's potential purchase of several amphibious assault ships, noting that "the proposed sale will support US foreign policy and national security objectives by helping to improve the security of a NATO ally that is an important partner for political stability and economic progress in Europe".

Thousands join protests, strikes over train disaster

Tens of thousands of people took part in protests and strikes in Greece on Thursday amid lingering anger over last month's train collision near Tempe, the deadliest in the country's history. A group of protesters hurled petrol bombs at a police cordon near Parliament in central Athens, prompting MAT riot officers to respond with tear gas and sound grenades, disrupting a largely peaceful rally.

Putin out of control? Growing risk: He is about to push the "red button"

U.S. Research Center Heritage Foundation expressed this warning, amid growing concern over the "hysterical rhetoric" of the Kremlin.
A new report published by a think tank highlights the growing risk that the Russian president will "make one of the most fateful decisions of the century" in the face of his "failed invasion of Ukraine".

Officer shot while looking for thief in western Attica

A police officer of the DIAS motorcycle unit was shot in the abdomen while chasing a thief in western Attica but avoided serious injury because he wore a bulletproof vest. 

The incident occurred on Wednesday night in the industrial area of Aspropyrgos where officers had been called to locate the man who robbed a pedestrian.

Cretan man arrested for selling church relics

A 52-year-old man was arrested in the town of Chania, northwestern Crete, on Wednesday when he tried to sell "relics of saints" to a police officer posing as a buyer. 

According to the police, the suspect presented to the officer seven containers and cases which contained a total of 17 bones, which, according to his claims, were relics of Saints of the Roman Catholic Church.

Russian brutal weapon destroyed: It sucks all the air in a fairly large radius VIDEO

A video released by the Ukrainian military shows a rocket launcher firing missiles. A drone is heading towards it, which at one point swerves slightly and then crashes into a vehicle on the ground. It is, in all likelihood, a kamikaze drone.
As reported by the Western media, the recording has not been independently confirmed.

More than 40,000 people marched in Athens according to the police

The Hellenic Police estimates that more than 40,000 people marched in central Athens on Wednesday to protest the rail collision at Tempe last week that left 57 people dead. Sources from the Citizen Protection Ministry also pointed out that the march was a mostly peaceful affair.

Russians, now everything is getting much more complicated

These are guided missiles for direct attack with an extended range.
Ukraine's stockpile of these bombs, which hit targets up to 45 miles away thanks to deployable wing kits, is currently relatively small. However, those deadly missiles could even now represent a huge problem for the Russian army, writes "The War Zone".