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OVER FORTY UNDER AGED AND PEOPLE WITHOUT IDS HAVE BEEN ARRESTED IN RUS...

Over forty under aged and people without Ids have been arrested in Russe during a night police action on Friday night. The action spread over almost all night clubs and Internet clubs in the city.

Politics | August 24, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

THE DEMOLITION OF BULGARIA'S MISSILES WILL TAKE PLACE AS SCHEDULED, PR...

The demolition of Bulgaria's missiles will take place as scheduled, President Parvanov said. He explained that he was assured of that by the Defense Ministry.

Politics | August 24, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

CENTRAL SQUARE IN BULGARIAN TOWN NAMED NATO

The central square in the small Bulgarian town Dospat was named NATO. A special ceremony marked the event.

Politics | August 24, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

"LOVE IS CRAZY" THRILLS WITH BULGARIAN MOVIES

The Varna festival "Love is Crazy" will feature two Bulgarian films. The six-day romance-celebrating event starts next Friday in Bulgaria's biggest seaside city.

Society | August 24, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

OFFICIALS IN CENTRAL CHINA ARE CAUTIOUSLY OPTIMISTIC THAT THE HEAVILY ...

Officials in central China are cautiously optimistic that the heavily populated region around Lake Dongting will be spared massive flooding. Around a million people have been mobilised to help protect dykes stretching 930 kilometres (580 miles) around the

World | August 24, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

CHINA'S EXPERTS TO SHARE EXPERIENCE ON ECONOMIC ZONES

Two Chinese experts will consult Bulgarian authorities on the establishment of industrial and economic zones. They pay a four-day visit to Bulgaria.

Business | August 24, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

BULGARIA CELEBRATED SHIPKA EPIC ANNIVERSARY

Bulgaria celebrated on Saturday the 125th anniversary since the August battles at Shipka peak where one of the greatest battles of the Russian-Turkish Liberation War (1877-1878) took place. The Russian force, which included 7,500 Bulgarian volunteers, hel

Politics | August 24, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

HOT MOVIES / SOFIA PREMIERES

"About a Boy" starring Hue Grant and Rachel Weisz Will (Hugh Grant) is incurably hip thirty-eight year old Londoner.

Views on BG | August 24, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

PRINCESS KALINA MARRIES END-OCTOBER IN BULGARIA

Princess Kalina, daughter of Bulgaria's Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg, will go down the aisle to alter for Spanish sailor and adventurer Kitin Munoz. The VIP wedding is planned for end-Ocrtober in Bulgaria.

Society | August 24, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

TORONTO AWARDS BULGARIAN WITH ORIGINAL SPIDERMAN COSTUME

City of Toronto awarded the Bulgarian-born Ivan Kristoff with the original Spiderman costume. It has been purchased from Sony Pictures and licensed to wear it for Special Events by Marvel Enterprises Inc.

Society | August 24, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

TURKEY'S ECONOMY GURU KEMAL DERVIS, FORMALLY JOINED THE REPUBLICAN PEO...

Turkey's economy guru Kemal Dervis, formally joined the Republican People's Party (CHP). Dervis, a top World Banker until summoned from Washington in 2001 to handle a crisis that threw thousands out of work, resigned as economy minister last month as Prim

World | August 23, 2002, Friday // 00:00

CZECH REPUBLIC ASKS BULGARIA FOR MEDICINES

Flood-hit Czech Republic asked Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry for medicament aid. Tetanus and hepatitis A vaccines, gamma globulin and disinfection solutions were listed as the most wanted medicines.

Politics | August 23, 2002, Friday // 00:00

SCIENTISTS SAY THEY HAVE FOUND EVIDENCE THAT A GIGANTIC METEORITE, TWI...

Scientists say they have found evidence that a gigantic meteorite, twice as big as the one which is believed to have wiped out the dinosaurs, collided with Earth billions of years ago. Deposits of the rock were found in South Africa and Australia, said a

World | August 23, 2002, Friday // 00:00

YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT VOJISLAV KOSTUNICA HAS SAID HE WILL RUN FOR THE SER...

Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica has said he will run for the Serbian presidency in next month's election, ending months of speculation. The decision sets up a contest between two camps of the reformist movement which ousted former Yugoslav President

World | August 23, 2002, Friday // 00:00

THIRTY-SEVEN NEW PROJECTS APPROVED UNDER SAPARD

Thirty-seven new projects worth BGN 27.7 M have been approved by the selection committee of the SAPARD Program.

Business | August 23, 2002, Friday // 00:00

ANTI-CRIME COUNCIL MEETS FIRST TIME TUESDAY

The first meeting of the newly-established coordination council for combat with crime with the president will take place on Tuesday. President Parvanov approved the idea of the anti-crime body at a meeting with Chief Prosecutor Nikola Filchev, Interior Mi

Politics | August 23, 2002, Friday // 00:00

OVER 800 KIDS FROM FLOOD-HIT COUNTRIES COULD SPEND THEIR VACATION IN B...

Over 800 kids from flood-hit countries could spend their vacation in Bulgaria. The Education Ministry is ready to provide its facilities for accommodation of the children.

Politics | August 23, 2002, Friday // 00:00

A MENINGITIS OUTBREAK IN RWANDA HAS KILLED AT LEAST 65 PEOPLE. THE UN ...

A meningitis outbreak in Rwanda has killed at least 65 people. The UN said aid workers in the country were rushing to vaccinate scores of people deemed at risk.

World | August 23, 2002, Friday // 00:00

CHINESE AUTHORITIES HAVE EVACUATED 600,000 PEOPLE FROM AROUND THE SWOL...

Chinese authorities have evacuated 600,000 people from around the swollen Dongting Lake while thousands of people worked to keep the lake from bursting its banks. Meanwhile, the situation in Germany's flood zone remained tense, but officials were hoping t

World | August 23, 2002, Friday // 00:00

OPTIONS FOR SS-23 ENGINES DEMOLITION STILL MULLED

Defense Ministry experts discussed on Friday options for the demolition of the engines of Bulgaria's SS-23 missiles. A team of Bulgarian scholars was briefed in Slovakia on the decommission options.

Politics | August 23, 2002, Friday // 00:00

FOREIGN MINISTER PASSY WILL PAY A TWO-DAY VISIT TO SYRIA, STARTING FR...

Foreign Minister Passy will pay a two-day visit to Syria, starting from August 25. This will be the first visit of a Bulgarian foreign minister there in ten years.

Politics | August 23, 2002, Friday // 00:00
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