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3 December 2016, Issue 4712
Bulgaria's Daily Newspaper since 2001
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Bulgaria's Chief of Defense Steps Down over President-Elect
Chief of Defense Gen Constantin Popov is resigning, Focus News Agency reports.Popov, in office since February, has cited the need to give President-elect Rumen Radev an opportunity to name the military officer who will take the post senior position in the Bulgarian Armed Forces.read
Bulgaria PM Leaves EU Commissioner Choice to Interim Govt
"It is up to the interim government to propose an EU Commissioner," Bulgaria's outgoing Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has said.read
BULGARIA'S PRESIDENT WILLING TO GIVE REFORMIST BLOC MANDATE TO FORM GOVT
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has said he has a strong preference for giving the Reformist Bloc coalition a mandate to form a government.
Plevneliev, in an interview with the public broadcaster's Panorama, has put an end to speculation that he intends on giving the nationalist Patriotic Front coalition a chance to form a government later in December. read more
BULGARIA'S CHIEF OF DEFENSE STEPS DOWN OVER PRESIDENT-ELECT
Chief of Defense Gen Constantin Popov is resigning, Focus News Agency reports.
BULGARIA PM LEAVES EU COMMISSIONER CHOICE TO INTERIM GOVT
"It is up to the interim government to propose an EU Commissioner," Bulgaria's outgoing Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has said.
BULGARIA PM RETURNS GOVT MANDATE TO PRESIDENT
Bulgaria's outgoing Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has returned the mandate to form a government on Friday after receiving it from President Rosen Plevneliev.
HARMANLI RIOTS: SCABIES FOUND AMONG SOME MIGRANTS
A sixth of migrants examined in the center of Harmanli, southern Bulgaria, have got scabies, authorities say.
NATIONALIST HEAD WARNS OF 'EXTERNAL PRESSURE' ON BULGARIA AMID EFFORT TO FORM GOVT
External pressure is probably being applied on Bulgaria to avoid the formation of a nationalist-led cabinet, Patriotic Front co-leader Krasimir Karakachanov has said.
DAMAGE AFTER HARMANLI RIOTS REACHES BGN 0.1 M
The damages incurred by the riots in the Harmanli reception center last week amount to some BGN 100 000, public broadcaster BNR says, citing local officials.
BULGARIA'S WEATHER SERVICE WARNS OF STRONG WINDS IN ALL REGIONS
A Code Yellow alert has been issued across Bulgaria for Friday, with heavy winds expected in all of the country's 28 regions.
THE DEAFENING DISCO
A mother tells her son when he comes home in the morning:
"If you keep going to the disco every night you'll be deaf in a year." read more
EUROPOL WARNS OF NEW IS TERROR TACTICS IN EUROPE
The pattern of recent Islamic State (IS) terror attacks in Europe suggests the group has adopted new tactics to attack the West while losing ground in the Middle East, Europol has said.
„In addition to France and Belgium, all other EU Member States that are part of the US-led coalition against IS may be targeted by terrorists led or inspired by IS,“ it notes n a statement sent to the media introducing its new report, titled Changes in Modus Operandi of IS Revisited and released by Europol's European Counter Terrorism Centre (ECTC) on Friday. read more
FRANCE'S HOLLANDE NOT TO SEEK 2ND TERM
French President François Hollande announced on Thursday he would not look for another term of office.
ARE BULGARIAN POLITICIANS MAINSTREAMING ANTI-MIGRANT SENTIMENT?
In October and November, protests were held in the village of Boyanovo and the nearby town of Yambol, with locals venting their anger over the construction of a migrant camp for three thousand people.
In reality, the accommodation facility was supposed to fit in just a few hundred people on a temporary basis. read more
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