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UN: Recovering Employment could take Years

The Covid-19 crisis continues to have a strong impact on employment around the world, the UN said, warning that it could take years for employment levels to reach pre-pandemic levels.

Business | January 18, 2022, Tuesday // 08:17

Ukrainian MP at the EP: Any Arms Embargo against Ukraine must Fall

All kinds of embargoes, both covert and overt, against arms sales to Ukraine must fall, because the country must be able to defend itself against the Russian threat.

World » Ukraine | January 18, 2022, Tuesday // 08:08

A winter storm has left thousands without electricity in the United States

Bad winter on the east coast of the United States has left thousands of homes without electricity and led to flight cancellations.

World | January 18, 2022, Tuesday // 08:02

Bulgarians celebrate St. Athanasius Day

The Orthodox Church today honors the memory of Athanasius the Great. The holiday is called Atanasovden by the people.

Society | January 18, 2022, Tuesday // 07:49

Weather in Bulgaria: Windy and cold with max. temperatures between 1°C and 6°C

Atmospheric pressure will rise and will be higher than the average for January.

Society » Environment | January 18, 2022, Tuesday // 07:37

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: Record - almost 10 000 new cases in the last 24 hours

The number of newly registered cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria per day hit almost 10 thousand, according to the Unified Information Portal - 9996. Samples taken by rapid antigen test and PCR are 44 772, or almost every fourth was positive.

Society » Health | January 18, 2022, Tuesday // 07:25

Price of housing in Bulgaria has risen by more than the EU average since 2010

The increase in the price of housing in Bulgaria since 2010 is above the European Union average. Prices in the country jumped by 43%, while growth in the EU was 39%, according to Eurostat data for the third quarter of 2021. The most significant increase f

Business » Properties | January 17, 2022, Monday // 15:19

Nova: The Biden administration is not considering sanctions against Bulgaria

The administration of US President Joe Biden is not considering sanctions against the Bulgarian government. This is what people familiar with the situation in Washington told the Bulgarian media - Nova.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 17, 2022, Monday // 15:09

Save Sofia offers a new tram line - № 17

Save Sofia (a non-governmental civil organization) offers a new tram line on Bulgaria Blvd., which will run parallel to line 7 between Borovo and Macedonia Square, after which the route will continue on Alabin Street and Kn. Maria Luiza Blvd. to Central S

Society | January 17, 2022, Monday // 14:56

Serbia votes in favor of EU-backed judicial reform, Vucic himself announces result

More than 60% of those who voted in a referendum to change Serbia's constitution over judicial reform said “YES” yesterday, albeit with a very low turnout.

World » Southeast Europe | January 17, 2022, Monday // 14:44

China has called for no imports because of Omicron

Chinese authorities are urging citizens not to order goods from abroad, claiming that a recent Omicron infection found in Beijing came from an international shipment from Canada.

World | January 17, 2022, Monday // 14:27

Bulgarian PM: The time of the untouchables is over

“Everyone understands that there used to be people with untouchability status. It's over.” This was stated by Prime Minister Kiril Petkov in an interview with bTV.

Politics | January 17, 2022, Monday // 11:33

Bulgaria: Will we reach the psychological barrier of BGN 3 per liter of gasoline and diesel

The main prices of crude oil on world markets are going up, and with them - the prices of gas stations in Bulgaria and Europe. In just one year, petrol and diesel have jumped by more than 30%, the same goes for LPG and methane. Discounts - not expected so

Business » Energy | January 17, 2022, Monday // 11:12

Mathematician: By the end of the week Omicron will be dominant in Bulgaria

By the end of the week, Omicron will be dominant in our country. This was stated by the mathematician Prof. Nikolay Vitanov on Nova TV.

Society » Health | January 17, 2022, Monday // 10:55

Bulgarian professor: Endless vaccination with the same vaccine is not a good idea

If the evolution of the current coronavirus continues to a variant with low pathogenicity and high infectivity, we can hope that the epidemic will end. This was stated in an interview with BNR by Prof. Dr. Soren Hayrabedyan from the Institute of Biology a

Society » Health | January 17, 2022, Monday // 10:32

Bulgarians celebrate St. Anthony’s Day

The Orthodox Church honors the memory of St. Anthony the Great. The saint was born about 251 A.D. in a wealthy Egyptian family.

Society | January 17, 2022, Monday // 10:11

Bulgarian hoteliers: The winter season will end if the entry of foreign citizens is banned

The winter season will end immediately if the prepared health order to ban the entry of foreign nationals from EU countries that are in the red zone is adopted. The Bulgarian Hotel and Restaurant Association (BHRA) is categorical.

Business » Tourism | January 17, 2022, Monday // 10:01

The deadline for a scheduled vaccination of Greeks over 60 has expired, 90% have been vaccinated

Ninety percent of Greeks over the age of 60 have been vaccinated against the coronavirus or have booked an appointment for vaccination, government sources reported.

World » Southeast Europe | January 17, 2022, Monday // 09:32

From 1 February: Green certificates over 9 months become invalid for travel in Europe

In weeks, from February 1st, new rules on the validity of covid vaccination certificates will enter into force in the EU. Those who are older than 9 months will not be able to be used for travel within the union. The European Commission changed the rules

World » EU | January 17, 2022, Monday // 09:23

More than half a million Israelis have been immunized with a fourth dose of a COVID-19 vaccine

More than half a million Israeli citizens have already been immunized with a fourth dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. This was announced yesterday by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett at a weekly meeting of the country's government, quoted by TASS.

World | January 17, 2022, Monday // 09:14

NATO Secretary General says alliance will not agree to withdraw troops from member states

NATO will never agree to withdraw its troops from the countries that joined the alliance after 1997 because that would make them second-class member states. This was stated by NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg in an interview broadcast yesterday on

World | January 17, 2022, Monday // 09:08
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