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TOUGH TIMES LEAD TO H-1B REFUGEES

ABSTRACTED from CNN By Melissa Solomon

Views on BG | December 7, 2001, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 463

TOUGH TIMES LEAD TO H-1B REFUGEES

CNN By Melissa Solomon

Views on BG | December 7, 2001, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 350

OPEN LETTER IN DEFENSE OF EX-DEPUTY PM MADE PUBLIC

A group of Bulgarian executives and representatives of civic and nongovernmental organizations, entrepreneurs and experts sent an open letter in defense of Alexander Bozhkov, former Deputy Prime Minister.

Views on BG | December 7, 2001, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 362

NUMBER OF OLDER PEOPLE IN BULGARIA INCREASES

In the last 30 years, the share of the Bulgarian population in the 60-plus years age has increased from 15% to nearly 22%, according to statistics of the National Centre for Health Information with the Healthcare Ministry. The ageing of the population is

Views on BG | December 7, 2001, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 478

RUSSIA, BULGARIA CULTURES ARE CLOSE

Itar-Tass The closeness of Russian and Bulgarian cultures was noted by Bulgarian Culture Minister Bozhidar Abrashev, on a working visit in Moscow.

Views on BG | December 7, 2001, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 482

BULGARIA'S MACEDONIANS CRITICIZES AMBASSADOR'S ATTITUDE ON MINORITY

Makedonija Denes, Skopje The ethnic Macedonian party in Bulgaria has criticized the Macedonian ambassador to Sofia for his "hands-off" attitude towards this minority.

Views on BG | December 7, 2001, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 545

BULGARIA TO RID MISSILES TO COURT NATO

By Nicholas Kralev The Washington Times

Views on BG | December 6, 2001, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 359

DERVIS: EU SHOULD TAKE TURKEY IN TOGETHER WITH BULGARIA AND ROMANIA

Turkish Daily News State Minister for the Economy Kemal Dervis had gone to Brussels to attend a meeting of EU Economy and Finance Ministers, and shortly before leaving the Belgian capital he spoke with reporters briefing them on the meeting, the Anatolia

Views on BG | December 6, 2001, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 402

GREECE AND RUSSIA TO PRESS FOR OIL PIPELINE BURGAS-ALEXANDROUPOLIS

Athens Daily Vima published an article on the visit of Russian president Putin in Athens, starting on December 6 under the title “President Putin’s Greek business, what he wants to sell and what he will buy”. Another Greek newspaper Naftemporiki commente

Views on BG | December 6, 2001, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 408

FOREIGN MINISTRY: THERE ARE NO NUCLEAR WEAPONS IN BULGARIA

"There are no nuclear weapons in Bulgaria," Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Elena Poptodorova announced asked to comment on a French TV film alleging that such weapons are readily available for sale in Bulgarian territory. "Numerous checks about the presenc

Views on BG | December 6, 2001, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 433

“WHITE BOOK”: FORMER GOVERNMENT DID NOT ACT EXPEDIENTLY AND HONESTLY

“When we prepared our program we assumed that the normal and efficient state governance presupposes abiding by given priorities. Among these priorities is the timely payment of state liabilities, which include pensions, salaries, social insurance, health

Views on BG | December 5, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 395

ECONOMIST INTELLIGENCE UNIT: BULGARIA IS STILL VULNERABLE

South Eastern Europe is a relatively secure place for investments but Bulgaria is still vulnerable, is written in the analysis of the British group “Economist Intelligence Unit,” quoted by radio “ Free Europe.”

Views on BG | December 5, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 443

GREENPEACE RUSSIA DEMANDS BULGARIAN NUCLEAR WASTE BE RETURNED

Russian news agency Interfax Greenpeace Russia believes that bringing spent nuclear fuel from Bulgaria into Russia is unlawful and they demand that it be sent back, Greenpeace Russia coordinator Vladimir Chuprov said at a press conference in Moscow today

Views on BG | December 4, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 381

CHIRAC: POLITICAL DECISION POSSIBLE BEFORE EU ENTRY NEGOTIATIONS END

“ We should in no case allow “impolite” statements in connection with Romania and Bulgaria. We hope these countries will be accepted in EU as soon as possible, even if that is not possible to happen simultaneously with the first wave," French President Ja

Views on BG | December 4, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 246

BG AMBASSADOR TO ISRAEL - FIRST REACTIONS AFTER TERROR ATTACKS

“After one comparatively calm day in Israel, the situation is still disturbing,” Prof. Tsanko Yablanski, Bulgarian Ambassador to Israel, said on the National Bulgarian Radio on December 3 before the Israeli attacks on Palestinian targets, including the he

Views on BG | December 4, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 376

NATIONAL PROGRAM FOR INTEGRATION OF HANDICAPPED TO BE INTRODUCED

At a meeting with parliamentary deputy speaker Kamelia Kasabova, representatives of six local organizations of disabled people insisted that a national program for the social integration of the disabled is drafted by 2003.

Views on BG | December 4, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 396

INDICTMENT AGAINST CHORNEY AND ZEEVI TO BE FILED WITHIN TWO MONTHS

The indictment against Michael Chernoy and Gad Zeevi will be filed in court within two months, “Globes” Izraeli Daily reported, citing a source from the police. The article points out that ever since he emigrated in 1994 he has been suspected of being one

Views on BG | December 3, 2001, Monday // 00:00 | Viewed: 409

THE ECONOMIST: FRANCE FEARS ENLARGEMENT

France fears enlargement, The Economist magazine commented, quoted by Radio Free Europe. According to the magazine the real goal is to stop the realization of the idea for faster accession of Bulgaria and Romania.

Views on BG | December 3, 2001, Monday // 00:00 | Viewed: 308

EASTERN EUROPE LOOKS TO THE EURO

CNN By Tom Bogdanowicz

Views on BG | December 3, 2001, Monday // 00:00 | Viewed: 357

THE ECONOMIST: THE STANDARD OF MOST BULGARIANS NOT TO BE IMPROVED

Due to the worsened foreign conditions, the situation in Bulgaria requires stricter budget discipline, which will result in less chances for new employment opportunities, is written in a report, compiled by the economic department of The Economist magazin

Views on BG | December 3, 2001, Monday // 00:00 | Viewed: 366

"BAD OMENS" FOR EU ENTRY HELP CURRENT GOVERNMENT -HUNGARIAN COMMENT

Hungarian Radio A Hungarian radio commentator has said that "bad omens" have appeared for those who support quick entry to the EU.

Views on BG | December 2, 2001, Sunday // 00:00 | Viewed: 404
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