China joined France and the UK, announcing plans to end sales of gasoline and diesel cars, according to Associated Press.
A German lawyer accused Chancellor Angela Merkel of misusing public funds in the election campaign, writes Spiegel.
NATO's large international based military command "Rapid-Trident-2017" started at the Yavorov polygon in the West Bank's Lviv region.
Bulgarian Minister Liliana Pavlova said at a conference on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the accession of Bulgaria to the EU and the upcoming EU Council presidency, the priority of the Bulgarian presidency of the EU to be the debates on the secu
The Fiscal Control Unit prevented an attempt to sell 21 tons of liquid egg yolk on the territory of Bulgaria without a certificate, announced the National Revenue Agency (NRA).
Public discussion of the Struma highway route will take place in Simitli and Kresna.
Sixteen years have passed since the attacks on the Twin Towers in New York and Washington, which killed nearly 3,000 people, the BNT recalls.
Another severe solar eruption with mark of X8,2 was recorded on Sunday evening.
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Six people suffered lightly in a tear gas attack by an unknown man at Germany's largest airport - Frankfurt am Main, reports Bild.
Three people were injured after a man attacked them with a knife at a church in the English city of Birmingham, DARIK informed.
Pope Francis received a face wound on Sunday after a sudden stop to his papamobile in the midst of crowds of people in the Colombian town of Cartagena.
Grigor Dimitrov retained ninth place in the world rankings this week and has a total of 3,575 points.
US military are planning to hand over to Syrian Kurds 20,000 units of small arms, grenade launchers, and munitions for ammunition.
Researchers from Australia say they have designed a new type of qubit - or quantum bit, a piece of information - which they think is close to creating a real, full-size quantum computer, ScienceAlert reported.
Ukraine has launched an investigation into former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili for illegal entry into the country, TASS reported.
Hundreds of Turkish civil servants have filed a request for asylum in Germany, according to data from the German Ministry of Interior in August this year, quoted by Spiegel.
North Korea threatened the United States to cause them the "greatest suffering and pain" if they continue to push the UN to tighten sanctions against Pyongyang after their sixth nuclear test.
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