Dear Editor Very Interesting story !
Dear Editor, Thanks to you and me, while I was surfing, I read the news of the execution of the second American on your site and relayed your news throw e-mail to a radio-Canada Radio One.
The letter from Vincent Bemowski, 19 July, is puzzling. The incidence of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church is much less prevalent than the sexual abuse and rape connected to the US military and prison professions in the United States of America.
With pride in America, and our Armed Forces, I salute the vast majority of men & women who serve our country with honor in Iraq, Afghanistan, and other parts of the world. May God bless them and their families.
I really don't understand why you became obsessed with Romania to such a degree that now, when Romania's media rightly dares answers to Bulgaria's calumnies, showing that the situation in Bulgaria is not rosy at all, you're suddenly losing your temper. I
Dear editor, I did not watch the report about Bulgaria, but I can tell you that all Romanian media are very interested in the situation in Bulgaria and the stance of the European leaders to Bulgaria and Romania.
Due to the controversial and sensitive nature of the topic Novinite.com are open to all other opinions on the issue, referred to in this letter.
In the Friday edition Novinite.com published a newspiece on foreign investments in Bulgaria.
Dear Madam, Today it has been announced in Sofia Morning News that the Prime Minister has had returned his parents' assets according to subject heading.
Since Elena Poptodorova has been appointed Bulgaria's Ambassador to the United States (if you need, ask about her translation activities before November 10, 1989), why should not poor Zdravko go to Libya? Vladimir Zhelyazkov
Dear Sir, I have a house in the Varna region of your wonderful country, I visited your country on holiday and fell in love with its natural beauty as well as its friendly people many of whom I now class as my friends.
Thank you Bulgaria and Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg for your kind support in joining America to liberate the Iraqi people from an evil tyrant! Many Americans admire your courage in supporting this noble action to remove a dangerous regime.
In discussing the comparative disadvantages for the US losing old friends (France) and acquiring new ones (Bulgaria) while dealing with Iraq, Maureen Dowd, in her funny op-ed on "Bush's Warsaw War Pact" (NYTimes 2/26/03), calls the Bulgarians some names
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