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Normal Traffic on Sofia "Bulgaria" Boulevard will be Resumed on September 10

The movement on Bulgaria Boulevard is expected to be fully restored by September 10.

Politics » Domestic | 4 hours ago

5 Longest Hunger Strikes In History

Food is one of life’s most taken for granted commodities, and most people reading this article right now will have access to it in one form or another.

World | 4 hours ago

Bulgarian Military Ministry Delegation is Leaving for the United States

A Delegation of the Ministry of Defense, led by Deputy Defense Minister Atanas Zapryanov, will be on a US visit from August 27 to August 31, 2018, the Press Center of the Ministry of Defense announced.

Politics » Defense | 4 hours ago

Ukrainian Filmmaker Sentsov Enters Day 100 of Hunger Strike

Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov on Tuesday entered day 100 of his hunger strike, as he languishes in a Russian Arctic prison on terror charges with little hope of release.

World | 4 hours ago

Economic Crisis and the Long Shadow of European Youth Unemployment

One of the most visible and distressing consequences of the 2008-09 financial crisis was the marked increase in unemployment across Europe, reaching heights that had not been seen for decades.

World » EU | 5 hours ago

Challenges for Bulgarian Residential Construction

A rise in profit margin is said to be increasingly attracting investors to the Bulgarian residential construction sector, as increases in employment and income, combined with low interest rates on both deposits and housing loans, are pushing residential c

Politics » Domestic | 6 hours ago

Italy Flash Flood Kills at Least 11 Hikers in Tourist Spot as Rescuers Search Gorge for Survivors

The Telegraph - At least 11 people were killed in southern Italy when they were washed away over rocks by a raging white-water creek in a deep mountain gorge that swelled suddenly after heavy rain.

Society » Incidents | 7 hours ago

Tube Station Shooting Leaves Three Injured in North West London

THREE people were injured in a drive-by shooting outside a tube station last night in another evening of violence in Lawless London.

Crime | 8 hours ago

Eurostat: Every Third Bulgarian has Traveled for Tourism once a Year

About 30 percent of Bulgarians, or almost every third, have made at least one tourist trip for personal purposes (abroad or within the country), according to Eurostat's analysis of EU travel trips in 2016.

Society | 8 hours ago

Multiple Rockets Hit Afghan Capital Kabul, Clashes Underway

Multiple rockets hit near the diplomatic area in the Afghan capital Kabul early Tuesday, as officials said fighting had broken out between security forces and militants in the city's old quarter.

World | 9 hours ago

Did Putin Overplay his Hand over Macedonia Name Deal

The Kremlin's foreign policy increasingly seems to rest on the assumption that all countries are as corruptible as Vladimir Putin's Russia.

Politics | August 21, 2018, Tuesday // 09:57

Bulgaria Issues Tender for Biometric ID System

Bulgaria’s interior ministry has opened a €121.

Politics » Domestic | August 21, 2018, Tuesday // 09:55

Bulgaria's Top Prosecutor Orders Probe of Regulator over Insurer

* Cyprus-based insurer put into liquidation

Politics » Domestic | August 21, 2018, Tuesday // 09:52

Worst Anthrax Outbreak in 20 Years Hits French Farms

AFP More than 50 cows, sheep and horses have died in France's most serious outbreak of anthrax in two decades, according to officials who have warned of a vaccine shortage.

Society » Health | August 20, 2018, Monday // 17:26
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