Two men were arrested on Saturday night near the northern city of Serres on charges of attempted rape and unlawful restraint. The two men were quickly identified by officers after the woman went to the police.


Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov and his counterpart from North Macedonia, Dimitar Kovacevski, met on Tuesday in Skopje in an effort to improve relations and reach a breakthrough on the Bulgarian policy of blocking North Macedonia’s path to EU membership.

The state as well as the institutions themselves have failed to crack down on rampant lawlessness on university campuses. [InTime News]

The debate around violence and intimidation at Greek universities has been raging for years.


A 27-year-old man at the center of a widely reported rape allegation publicly appealed on Thursday that he be deemed innocent until proven guilty while insisting that he did not rape his accuser.

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The trial of “Dr Kontos,” who stands accused of 12 counts of murder and 14 attempted murders of cancer patients, heard on Thursday from two women with multiple sclerosis who sought “treatment” from the bogus doctor after meeting him at an Orthodox monastery.


The headmaster of Athens’ 1st High School in the northern suburb of Papagou says that squatters who occupied the building in the first week after the winter break in protest at coronavirus-related regulations have caused serious damage to the facility.