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China's Tiangong-1 Space Lab Expected to Fall to Earth Over Easter Weekend

China's Tiangong-1 space lab will likely fall to Earth between March 30 and April 2, according to the latest prediction by the European Space Agency's (ESA) Space Debris Office in Darmstadt, Germany.

Society | 48 minutes ago

80% of Pedestrian Crossings across the Country Do not Meet the Requirements

There is no effective sanction mechanism for those who have committed violations, said Sotir Tsatsarov.

Business | 54 minutes ago

Vidin Municipality Declares Emergency on Snowdrifts

A state of emergency has been declared in the municipality of Vidin due to heaped-up snow and icy conditions, Mayor Ognyan Tsenkov said at a meeting on the situation in the area.

Society » Environment | 1 hour ago

Foreign Minister of Greece Begins Pivotal Visit to Skopje as Name Talks Progress

Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias arrived in Skopje on Thursday evening for a landmark visit as talks between the two sides appear to be edging toward a resolution on the longstanding “Macedonia” name dispute, Ekathimerini writes.

Politics | 1 hour ago

BREAKING NEWS: ISIS Gunman 'Kills Shop Worker' After Taking Hostages at French Supermarket

A suspected ISIS gunman has killed a shop worker after taking hostages at a French supermarket following a drive-by shooting that injured an off-duty officer.

Crime | 1 hour ago

34 Killed, Including 17 Children, in an Air Strike in Northwestern Syria

At least 34 people, including 17 children, were killed in an air strike in the town of Harem in the northwest Syrian province of Idlib today, the Syrian Human Rights Watch said.

Crime | 1 hour ago

EU Plans Stricter Consumer Protection Laws for Social Media

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union is planning to apply tougher consumer laws to social media networks and email providers like Facebook (FB.

Society | 2 hours ago

Sahara Sent Colorful Snow to Razgrad

Colorful snow over Razgrad this morning between 6.

Society » Environment | 2 hours ago

After 14 years: A Man Finds his Lost Cat

A Florida cat has been reunited with its owner, 14 years after Hurricane Jeanne tore them apart.

World | 2 hours ago

Far-right Parties in the Netherlands Win Support for Local Elections

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A new nationalist party led by a self-styled intellectual won two seats in Amsterdam in Dutch municipal elections seen as heralding the fragmentation of the country's far right.

Politics | 2 hours ago

Smoking Freely will be Allowed in Bars and Restaurants in Austria for Now

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria’s lower house of parliament voted on Thursday to scrap an impending ban on smoking in bars and restaurants, backing the coalition government despite opposition from health campaigners and opposition parties.

World | 2 hours ago

Borisov: We will not Recall Bulgarian Diplomats from Russia

While there is a "high probability", but there is no hard evidence, we can not discuss the recall of Bulgarian diplomats from Russia.

Politics » Diplomacy | 3 hours ago

Over 150 Whales were Found on a Beach in Australia

Over 150 whales were found dead on a beach in Australia, the BBC reported.

Society » Environment | 3 hours ago

Severe Clashes with the Police during the Nationwide Strike in France

The nationwide strike in France has ended clashes with severe clashes with the police and vandalism.

Society | 3 hours ago

Turkish Fighter Jet Crashed

Anadolu Agency reported that a Turkish fighter has crashed in the province of Nevshehir, the central part of the country.

Society » Incidents | 3 hours ago

The EU-Turkey Meeting in Varna will Happen after All

The EU-Turkey summit in Varna, scheduled for Monday, will be held after all.

Politics » Diplomacy | 3 hours ago

Orange Code has been Announced for Today

Orange code because of snowfall is announced today for the North and parts of Central Bulgaria.

Society » Environment | 3 hours ago

The EU will Recall its Ambassador to Russia

The European Union has recalled its ambassador from Moscow after leaders on the continent threw their weight behind Theresa May’s stance over the Salisbury attack.

Politics | 3 hours ago

US Embassy in Sofia Was Bugged by Communist Bulgaria's Intelligence till 1990, Ex Spy Reveals

The US Embassy in Sofia was tapped by the counter-intelligence services in communist Bulgaria, which was discovered by the US intelligence agents only in 1990, resulting in a somewhat funny incident resembling a “tug of war” or “rope pulling”, a former to

Politics » Diplomacy | March 22, 2018, Thursday // 23:52

How Long will the Bad Weather Continue?

Over the next 24 hours, the weather will continue to become more complicated.

Society » Environment | March 22, 2018, Thursday // 14:34
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