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10 March 2014, Issue 3868
Bulgaria's Daily Newspaper since 2001
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|BUSINESS POLITICS WORLD SOCIETY SPORTS FORUM|
Poll: 3-5 Bulgarian Parties to Enter EP after May 2014 Vote
A survey of the Institute of Modern Politics (IMP) shows that the ruling Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) has a slight edge over its main rival center-right party GERB. read
Bulgaria Police Find DNA Evidence of Organizer of Burgas Bus Bombing
Police have recovered DNA evidence of one of the perpetrators of the 2012 Burgas bus bombing at a hotel in Bulgaria's Black Sea resort of Nesebar. read
State Commission to Scrutinize Bulgaria's Hypermarkets
Bulgaria's Competition Protection Commission (CPC) will keep a watchful eye on the modern retail chains and will regulate their relations with the suppliers.read
UKRAINIAN ENVOY TO BULGARIA: CUTING GAS SUPPLIES IN NO ONE'S INTEREST
No one has interest in stopping the gas deliveries, said the ambassador of Ukraine to Bulgaria Mykola Baltazhi.
STATE COMMISSION TO SCRUTINIZE BULGARIA'S HYPERMARKETS
Bulgaria's Competition Protection Commission (CPC) will keep a watchful eye on the modern retail chains and will regulate their relations with the suppliers.
BULGARIA'S DEPUTY PM VOWS RE-INDUSTRIALIZATION EFFORTS
Bulgaria will be re-industrialized, but there will be no arbitrary handing out of money and opening of pointless factories, said Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister Daniela Bobeva.
POLL: 3-5 BULGARIAN PARTIES TO ENTER EP AFTER MAY 2014 VOTE
A survey of the Institute of Modern Politics (IMP) shows that the ruling Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) has a slight edge over its main rival center-right party GERB.
According to the poll, if the European Parliament elections were held today, BSP would be backed by 18.8% of voters, center-right party GERB (Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria) by 18%; the coalition of Bulgaria without Censorship of former TV host Nikolay Barekov with nationalist party VMRO and ZNS (Agrarian National Union) by 8%; liberal party Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) by 4.3%; the ABV Movement of former Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov by 3.9%; the right-wing formation The Reformist Bloc by 3.6%; nationalist party Ataka by 3%; nationalist party National Front for the Salvation of Bulgaria (NFSB) by 1.2%. read more
'OUT OF UKRAINE' FLASHMOB HELD IN FRONT OF RUSSIAN EMBASSY IN SOFIA
A demonstration in support of the new Ukrainian government was held in front of Russia's Embassy in Sofia.
The flashmob, attended by some 15 people, was organized by the United People's Party of Maria Kapon, according to reports of the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR). read more
11-YEAR-OLD BOY DIES IN HOUSE EXPLOSION IN BULGARIA'S SEVLIEVO
An 11-year-old boy died following an explosion at a house in Bulgaria's northern town of Sevlievo on Saturday.
The explosion occurred at around 10.30 pm. read more
SEVEN WOMEN DIE IN EU EACH DAY DUE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Each day in the EU seven women die because of domestic violence.
MEN IN HIGH HEELS MARCH IN BULGARIA'S SOFIA AGAINST GENDER VIOLENCE
Several tens of men and teenage boys marched in high heels in Bulgaria's capital Sofia on Saturday against gender violence.
CSKA BEATS LEVSKI IN BULGARIAN DERBY
CSKA Sofia beat arch rivals Levski Sofia 1:0 in the biggest derby of Bulgarian club football in an extremely rough encounter.
The “Reds” were left a man short as early as the 29th minute, when Boris Galchev was sent off for a second yellow card. read more
BULGARIA POLICE FIND DNA EVIDENCE OF ORGANIZER OF BURGAS BUS BOMBING
Police have recovered DNA evidence of one of the perpetrators of the 2012 Burgas bus bombing at a hotel in Bulgaria's Black Sea resort of Nesebar.
The DNA belongs to Lebanese-born Canadian Hassan El Hajj Hassan, who was in charge of the logistics of the terror attack, according to reports of Presa daily. read more
2008 CASE OVER FAKE SIGNATURE OF EX SOFIA MAYOR BORISOV ENTERS COURT
A case involving an illegal transaction with a municipally-owned plot accomplished with a fake signature of Boyko Borisov, ex Prime Minister and Sofia Mayor, has reached court.
The Sofia City Prosecutor's Office submitted the case to court after six years of investigation, according to reports of Sega daily. read more
WIKILEAKS'JULIAN ASSANGE HINTS AT NEW LEAKS
Julian Assange, the founder of the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.org, has hinted at new leaks.
Speaking via Skype from Ecuador's Embassy in London, he did not specify the types of documents or when they would be published, according to reports of The Guardian. read more
TERRORISM POSSIBLE IN MISSING MALAYSIAN JET
Malaysian authorities have not ruled out a terror attack scenario for the aircraft which went off the radar on Saturday.
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared with 239 passengers on board while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing early Saturday local time. The aircraft went off the radar south of Vietnam, according to reports of the BBC News. read more
AFGHAN VICE PRESIDENT FAHIM DIES
Marshal Mohammed Fahim Qassim, one of Afghanistan's two vice presidents, has died at the age of 57.
According to a government spokesperson, as cited by the BBC News, Marshal Fahim died of natural causes. read more
OSCE OBSERVERS TO TRY TO ENTER CRIMEA AGAIN
The observers of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will try to enter Crimea again.
RUSSIAN FM: RUSSIA DOESN'T CONSIDER ITSELF SIDE IN UKRAINIAN CONFLICT
Russia urges its partners not to consider it a side in the conflict in Ukraine, said the country's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov.
CENTRAL EUROPEAN COUNTRIES ASK FOR US GAS
Several Central European countries have asked the US to provide them with natural gas.
The US does not currently sell any LNG to Europe and Congress has no direct control over export approvals. That lies in the hands of the energy department. read more
MALAYSIA AIRLINES PLANE WENT MISSING
A Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew went missing over the South China Sea on Saturday.
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