"COVID19 in Moria does not demonstrate the necessity for closed centres, but the lack of a plan that respects both refugees' and islanders' rights." Greece's government is pressing the case for 'closed' refugee centres on the island of Lesbos

2 March 2021
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The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, announced that on December 17 and 18, pensioners will be paid 5,000 dinars of one-time assistance.
Earlier today: Turkish Navy's Powhatan class ocean tug TCG İnebolu towed floating dock Havuz 4 thru Dardanelles towards Marmara @LeCetin2 month ago
Earlier today: Turkish Navy's Powhatan class ocean tug TCG İnebolu towed floating dock Havuz 4 thru Dardanelles towards Marmara @LeCetin
A rehabilitation hospital in the Bulgarian town of Pernik is temporarily ceasing operation. This comes after one third of its staff tested positive for COVID19 and more than half of the doctors contracted the disease
Bulgaria's parliament is set to vote on the country's strategy concerning the vaccination process that is expected to take place. PM Boyko Borissov and Health Minister Kostadin Angelov have assured citizens that Pfizer's vaccines will arrive by December 31
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#Kosovo reports 22 deaths and 627 new cases of #coronavirus
Migrants and refugees risk freezing to death in the squalid tent shelter near Velika Kladusa in Bosnia after the first heavy snow fell on their fragile tents yesterday
An advisory board to the Council of Europe has criticized Albania's ruling Socialists for hurrying through legal changes that critics say are designed to benefit them in the next parliamentary elections
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The conditions in Moria were devastating, the conditions in the new replacement camp on Lesbos are again. The EU and Greece want to build a new, permanent refugee camp on the island by September
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Covid19: confinement extended until December 14 in Greece
USAF Boeing RC-135U Combat Sent electronic intelligence aircraft's (from Souda Bay) mission over Georgia and Black Sea.  Callsign: GEST74 Reg. 64-148492 month ago
USAF Boeing RC-135U Combat Sent electronic intelligence aircraft's (from Souda Bay) mission over Georgia and Black Sea. Callsign: GEST74 Reg. 64-14849
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A media foundation in Serbia, named after a murdered journalist, has accused MPs from the ruling party of creating a lynch-like atmosphere towards anyone who criticises the government
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Sisi: Our military cooperation with Greece and Cyprus helps stabilize the eastern Mediterranean
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El-Sisi: Military cooperation with Greece and Cyprus is an example of good neighborliness
Romanian PM Ludovic Orban has announced that believers will be allowed to participate in Christmas masses during the upcoming winter holidays. This came a day after the European Commission recommended that such religious services be held online to avoid COVID19 infections
Record number of new COVID19 cases in "In the last 24 hours, we have a new record of 4,534 [COVID19] infected which is why it is especially important that we stick to the measures," Croatian PM Andrej Plenkovic said at today's government session
Romanian PM Ludovic Orban assured the country that he will not re-impose a full lockdown, if he is re-elected in Suday's parliamentary election. "I guarantee 100 % that there won't be any lockdown
COVID19: 7,661 new cases of people infected with coronavirus have been registered in Romania in the last 24 hours, reaching a total of 492,211 diseases. 381,001 patients were declared cured. 1,252 patients are admitted to intensive care
Thousands of Moldovans today rallied in Chisinau in front of parliament to protest against the move by the Socialist Party and the outgoing President, Igor Dodon, to prevent the incoming president from running the Security and Information Service
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"COVID19 in Moria does not demonstrate the necessity for closed centres, but the lack of a plan that respects both refugees' and islanders' rights." Greece's government is pressing the case for 'closed' refugee centres on the island of Lesbos
About 700 protesters taking part in protest near Moldova parliament
Cyprus National Guard artillery exercise2 month ago
Cyprus National Guard artillery exercise
Pro-Sandu demonstration near Parliament of Moldova
Advisory body to Council of Europe says the proposed changes to the Albanian constitution and electoral code have been rushed through parliament – warning that it is "crucial to ensure trust in the electoral process
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New mission in progress over Mediterranean Sea for three USAF Boeing B-52H
Coronavirus in Dubrovnik – 92 new cases of Covid-19 across Dubrovnik-Neretva County – 1 more fatality
In Chisinau, Stefan cel Mare avenue is blocked due to protest in front of parliament
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The arrest of 11 Romanian women in Cyprus in July has thrown a light on the practice of fake marriages on the island as a fast-track to EU residence rights for non-EU nationals
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Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has come under fire for apparently breaking his own government's lockdown rules
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#Kosovo reports 14 more deaths and 555 new #coronavirus cases
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Kosovo opposition party - PDK to call an urgent session of Parliament Friday and vote the Govt.-sponsored Draft Law on economic recovery hit by COVID19 pandemic
Romania's centre-right President Klaus Iohannis today announced that authorities will reopen indoor markets by the end of the week
Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic today attended the parliamentary election of the country's new expert government, the first without his Democratic Party of Socialists in last three decades.
First video of the joint air and sea military drills dubbed Medusa 2020. These drills will see the participation of Egypt, Greece, Cyprus, France and UAE
COVID19: 4,916 new cases of people infected with coronavirus have been registered in Romania in the last 24 hours, reaching a total of 484,550 diseases. 371,231 patients were declared cured. 1,260 patients are admitted to intensive care
"This is yet another attempt to destroy the national press agency, which is a pillar of high-quality and unbiased reporting." Slovene journalists described an apparent decision to halt funding to the public news agency STA as a threat to mediafreedom
NATO E3A AWACS orbiting over the Aegean Sea2 month ago
NATO E3A AWACS orbiting over the Aegean Sea
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