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THE SPANISH POLICE HAVE ARRESTED THREE BULGARIANS WHO ORGANIZED TRAFFI...

The Spanish police have arrested three Bulgarians who organized trafficking of women for prostitutes, the Italian Agency ANSA reported. During the police action, thirty-seven women were arrested, illegally living in Spain and forced to work as prostitutes

Politics | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

TWO MISSILES' COMPONENTS TO BE DESTROYED IN ROMANIA

Two of the missiles' components will be destroyed in Romania, General Nikola Kolev, Head of the General Staff of the Bulgarian armed forces said in the Black Sea city Varna. He explained that Bulgaria did not have the necessary technology to incinerate th

Politics | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

US ASKS BULGARIA NOT TO EXTRADITE AMERICANS FOR TRIAL

The Bush administration, still wary of the new International Criminal Court, is negotiating with Bulgaria not to send American peacekeepers or other personnel to the court, whose purpose is to prosecute individuals for war crimes and genocide when nationa

Politics | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

JAPANESE INVESTOR PLANS TO EXPAND BUSINESS IN BULGARIA

The Japanese entrepreneur Torao Tokuda said that he was ready to enlarge his company's investments in Bulgaria at a meeting with representatives of the Bulgarian Industrial Association. During the meeting, the conditions for foreign investments, the tax p

Business | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

THE AMBASSADOR OF KUWAIT TO BULGARIA, MOHAMMAD ABDUL RASUL AL-AWADI, I...

The Ambassador of Kuwait to Bulgaria, Mohammad Abdul Rasul Al-Awadi, invited Bulgaria's Foreign Minister Passy to visit Kuwait. The ambassador delivered the invitation on behalf of the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kuwait,

Politics | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

VERHEUGEN: SEE THE FINAL PACKAGE FIRST BEFORE MAKING UP YOUR MIND

The Malta Times Jesmond Bonello

Views on BG | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

ROMANIA TACKLES HUMAN TRAFFICKERS

Balkan Crisis Report By Paul Cristian Radu in Bucharest

Views on BG | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

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Politics | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

TURKISH PRIME MINISTER BULENT ECEVIT APPOINTED THE LITTLE-KNOWN MP MAS...

Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit appointed the little-known MP Masum Turker as crisis-hit Turkey's new economy minister on Saturday after the resignation of respected economist Kemal Dervis earlier in the day. Ecevit on Saturday sent a decree to appoi

World | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

EICHSFELDER TAGEBLATTS: BULGARIA -PREFERRED TOURIST DESTINATION

A winner in the list of destinations where tourists spend their vacation is Bulgaria. That is the result of a survey of Eichsfelder Tageblatts in the tourist bureaux in the region.

Business | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

GERMAN COMPANY MOST PROBABLY WILL BUILD NEW SOFIA AIRPORT TERMINAL

Four bids have been submitted for the construction of the new passenger terminal at Sofia Airport by Friday's deadline. The bids were publicly opened and the prices announced to the media.

Business | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

ECONOMIST INTELLIGENCE UNIT FORECASTS 3% GDP GROWTH IN 2002

The Economist Intelligence Unit forecasts three percent growth in Bulgaria for this year, Laza Kekic, Regional Director for Central and Eastern Europe at the Economist Intelligence Unit told the Bulgarian National Radio. The experts do not expect serious

Politics | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

DEMOLITION OF COMPONENTS OF BULGARIA'S MISSILES BEGINS MONDAY

The demolition of some of the machines and the equipment of Bulgaria's SS-23, Scud and Frog missiles at the Veliko Turnovo-based arm of TEREM defense company Ivaylo begins on Monday. The first to-be demilitarized components of the missiles were taken on F

Politics | August 10, 2002, Saturday // 00:00

INDIA, WHICH CONDUCTED TIT-FOR-TAT NUCLEAR TESTS WITH NEIGHBORING PAKI...

India, which conducted tit-for-tat nuclear tests with neighboring Pakistan more than four years ago, said on Friday it was still working on setting up a command and control system for its nuclear weapons. "Command and control is a process that is on at th

World | August 9, 2002, Friday // 00:00

PM SAYS VISITS TO JORDAN AND LEBANON WERE SUCCESSFUL

Bulgaria's Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg returned on Friday from visits to Lebanon and Jordan. He qualified the visits as extremely successful.

Politics | August 9, 2002, Friday // 00:00

NO PROSPECTS FOR REMOVAL OF VISAS FOR GREAT BRITAIN YET

Visas for Bulgarian citizens traveling to Great Britain will not be removed, Great Britain's Foreign office minister Peter Hain said in an interview for the Bulgarian branch of BBC. "These are matters that we are now discussing with the Bulgarian governme

Politics | August 9, 2002, Friday // 00:00

EXTRADITION OF YUGOSLAV CITIZEN NEGOTIATED WITH HOLLAND

The extradition of the Yugoslav citizen wanted on murder charges Sreten Iosic will be organized after negotiations between Bulgaria and Holland, the National central Bureau Interpol announced. Court ruled on his extradition on Friday.

Politics | August 9, 2002, Friday // 00:00

ALL TOBACCO MONOPOLY BIDDERS READY TO SIGN NATIONAL AGREEMENT

The chairman of the Confederation of the Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) Zhelyazko Hristov called for an end of the protests at Bulgartabac Holding in case that there were guarantees for transparent sale of the holding and for readiness on be

Business | August 9, 2002, Friday // 00:00

A POWERFUL BLAST ROCKED A BUILDING BELONGING TO A CONSTRUCTION COMPANY...

A powerful blast rocked a building belonging to a construction company Friday, killing at least 26 people and wounding as many as 80, according to the military commander in the city. Cmdr.

World | August 9, 2002, Friday // 00:00

BULGARIAN DELEGATION MEETS WITH SENIOR OFFICIALS

Jordan Times AMMAN (Petra) — Prime Minister Ali Abul Ragheb on Thursday headed the Jordanian team in talks with a visiting Bulgarian delegation on ways to promote cooperation between the two countries.

Views on BG | August 9, 2002, Friday // 00:00

PRESIDENT PARVANOV SENT HIS CONGRATULATIONS WITH A TELEGRAM TO RIGHTIS...

President Parvanov sent his congratulations with a telegram to rightist Union of Democratic Forces leader Nadezhda Mihaylova on the occasion of her birthday. "I believe in our correct and useful relations in the name of Bulgaria's good,” the telegram read

Politics | August 9, 2002, Friday // 00:00
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