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10 People Died in a Crash with a Military Helicopter in Colombia

Ten people died in the crash of a military helicopter in the northwestern region of Colombia, Reuters reported.

Society » Incidents | January 17, 2018, Wednesday // 10:10

Bourgas Citizens Protest Against Systemic Air Pollution

Residents of Bourgas protest against systemic air pollution in the city, BNR reported.

Society | January 17, 2018, Wednesday // 09:58

The Ratification of the Treaty with Macedonia Enters into Two Committees of the Bulgarian Parliament

Two parliamentary committees - the Foreign Policy Committee and the European Affairs and Oversight Committee of the European Funds - will review the ratification of the Treaty of friendship, good neighborliness and cooperation between the Republic of Bulg

Politics | January 17, 2018, Wednesday // 09:49

Thousands of Britons have Bought Fake Diplomas

Thousands of Britons have bought counterfeit diplomas, BBC reported, quoted by BNT.

Crime | January 17, 2018, Wednesday // 09:40

Clashes in Kiev Between Protesters and Police

Demonstrators were arrested in protests and clashes in front of the parliament in the Ukrainian capital Kiev.

World | January 17, 2018, Wednesday // 09:34

The Meteorite "Hypatia" is Older than the Solar System

The Hypatia meteorite, discovered in Egypt in 1996, contains mineral compounds that do not exist in the solar system.

World | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 17:32

At Minus 62 Degrees in the Coldest Village, the Thermometer is Damaged

The new electronic thermometer in the Siberian village of Oymyakon, recognized as the coldest village in the world, was damaged yesterday when the temperature dropped to minus 62 degrees Celsius.

Society » Environment | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 17:24

France Will Not Allow Another Refugee Camp in Calais, Says Macron

Emmanuel Macron has vowed there will never be another large refugee camp in Calais and warned those people remaining in the area who hope to reach Britain that they are at a “dead end”, according to the Guardian.

World » EU | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 17:04

Sofia Becomes Part of the Mission of Mankind to Settle on Mars

Bas Lansdorp, founder of the largest private initiative to settle the Red Planet - Mars One, will present to the Bulgarian public answers to fundamental questions related to the future of mankind.

World | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 16:51

A Man Fell from the 15th Floor of an Apartment Building and Passed Away

43-year-old man died after falling from the 15th floor of a block of flats in the Gotse Delchev district of Sofia.

Society » Incidents | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 16:31

PM May's Spokesman: Britain Will be Leaving the EU

Britain will be leaving the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said on Tuesday after European Council president Donald Tusk suggested the country would be welcome to change its mind and stay in the bloc, Reuters reported.

World » EU | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 15:56

First LGBTI Association was Found at Sofia University

The first ever student organization for equality and  fight against all forms of discrimination, intolerance and aggression in higher education is already a fact, writes the site Huge.

Politics » Domestic | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 15:49

Freedom House: Bulgaria is a Free Country, but the Media - Not Quite

Bulgaria, as well as most EU countries, is free, according to the announced annual ranking of the authoritative non-governmental organization Freedom House - "Freedom in the World 2018", according to BGNews.

Politics » Domestic | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 15:35

Trump's Properties have Brought New Accusations of Conflicts of Interest

Sixty-four trade organizations, foreign governments, Republican candidates, and others have stayed or held events at properties related to US President Donald Trump in his first year of office, a nonpartisan political group said in a report released today

World | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 15:25

Religious Propaganda in Russia Pushes People to the Supernatural

Over the last decade, people in Russia have begun to believe that there is life after death, and that "dead relatives can influence the living," Kommersant introduces findings from a study of the Levada Center.

World » Russia | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 14:12

Arrested Doctor Worked Under the Influence of Alcohol

The doctor from the metropolitan 18 DCC Angel Asenov is detained for 24 hours and will be charged with hooliganism after yesterday patients filed a signal at 112 that the doctor is in a state of drunkenness, reports Nova TV.

Crime | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 14:03

The Czech Prime Minister Waives his Immunity to be Investigated

Czech Prime Minister Andrei Babis has asked MPs to lift his parliamentary immunity to be investigated for fraud signals at a time when he is struggling to win support for his minority government, Reuters reported.

Politics | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 13:59

Juncker and Tusk Still Hope Britain Change Their Mind About Brexit

If the British government sticks to its decision to leave the EU, it will happen in March next year, unless there is a change in thinking and in the hearts of our British friends.

Politics | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 13:50

California Horror Story: Thirteen Brothers and Sisters were Found Chained by their Parents in a House

Thirteen brothers and sisters aged 2 to 29 were found tied or chained, hungry and dirty in the town of Perris, 100 km east of Los Angeles.

Crime | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 13:38

A Renovated Apartment Building in Bourgas is Leaking

Improper and slow rehabilitation left without electricity and roof a whole residential building in Burgas, BNT reported.

Politics » Domestic | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 13:28

Sofia Municipality Launches More Buses to Vitosha

The municipality of Sofia is finally acting to alleviate the transport problems of Vitosha.

Politics » Domestic | January 16, 2018, Tuesday // 13:23
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