Roaming charges in the EU for making calls, sending SMS or surfing online fall on Saturday as a prelude to their abolition from the middle of next year.
A helicopter carrying eleven passengers and two crew members crashed off the western coast of Norway on Friday.
Austria will be able to declare a state of emergency, if migrant arrivals suddenly rise, and reject most asylum-seekers directly at the border under a new bill adopted on Wednesday, newswires reported.
At least 13 people were injured when a female suicide bomber blew herself up near the Grand Mosque in Bursa, in northwestern Turkey, local media reported on Wednesday.
Spanish King Felipe VI has announced no new candidate will be put forward as Prime Minister, paving the way for early elections.
An estimated 181,476 migrants and refugees have entered Europe this year, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) reported on April 26.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has not made any official steps on behalf of Bulgaria set up a joint army brigade with Ukraine and Romania, his press office has indicated, according to the Bulgarian News Agency (BTA).
Austria has re-introduced checks on its border with Hungary to curb the flow of irregular migrants, AP reported on Monday.
According to the latest preliminary results, the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) of Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic won about half of the votes in the early parliamentary elections held on Sunday.
Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Pavlo Rozenko has said the idea to set up a joint army brigade with Bulgarian and Romanian forces sa "very timely and right.
During their meeting held in Thessaloniki on Thursday and Friday, the interior and foreign ministers of Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia and Albania agreed that the countries from southeastern Europe will seek common decisions for tackling the migrant crisis.
The pressure exerted by migrants on the Bulgarian-Turkish border has decreased by almost 50 % in the past months compared to the same period last year.
The EU-mediated meeting of Macedonian political leaders for resolving the country’s political crisis has been cancelled after the main opposition Social Democrats declined to attend, the EU mediators have said.
Tensions in Macedonia continue to run high as protests took place in Skopje for the eighth consecutive day on Wednesday.
Interior and foreign ministers of Bulgaria, Greece, Albania and Macedonia are to meet in Thessaloniki on Thursday and Friday to discuss possible measures to control the migrant inflow into Europe.
Bulgarian road haulage companies are to seal off all checkpoints along the border with Greece, a trade union has said.
The European Commission proposed on Wednesday to lift visa requirements for the citizens of Ukraine for travel to the Schengen area.
The Sofia metro is “an exemplary project” of transparent and effective use of EU structural funds, city mayor Yordanka Fandakova has said during visits to metro sites with Markku Markkula, President of the European Committee of the Regions.
Tensions in Macedonia continued to run high on Tuesday, as thousands of pro-opposition protesters gathered in Skopje and other parts of the country, while parallel protests took place in several towns.
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