Russia Launches Tests on a New Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

In early 2020, Russia will launch tests of the RS-28 Sarmat liquid-fueled intercontinental ballistic missile, Vedomosti reports, citing sources from the Ministry of Defense and Defense Industry.

The first two rockets will be fired from the silo of the Plesetsk spaceport to the Kura range on the Kamchatka Peninsula. At least five launches are planned.

Bulgarian Warships Depart for NATO Missions

Two Bulgarian ships depart for NATO missions at Atia Naval Base. They were sent out today with a solemn ritual.

With more than 140 crew, the "Verni" frigate is leaving for a month-long involvement in NATO's Mediterranean Maritime Security Operation Sea Guardian. Fleet commander of battleships and auxiliary ships is Fleet Admiral Malencho Benkov.

Molotov cocktails thrown at Thessaloniki police station

Unknown assailants attacked Toumba police station in Thessaloniki in northern Greece throwing molotov cocktails at the building.
No injuries were reported in the attack which took place at 2 a.m. on Thursday.
Police said they detained five suspects in connection with the attack who were later released.
Investigations are ongoing.