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FIRING ALONG THE TENSE INDIA-PAKISTAN BORDER EASED BUT VIOLENCE WAS UN...

Firing along the tense India-Pakistan border eased but violence was unabated in the rebellion-hit Kashmir region Sunday, the crux of the dispute between the nuclear-armed rivals.

World | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

AUDIO CASSETTES ARE BEING DISTRIBUTED AROUND SOUTHEASTERN AFGHANISTAN ...

Audio cassettes are being distributed around southeastern Afghanistan with a recorded message from fugitive Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar saying he was safe, witnesses said on Sunday.

World | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

EUR 170,000 EUROS WERE RELEASED FOR A JOINT PROJECT OF INTERNET PROVID...

EUR 170,000 euros were released for a joint project of Internet provider BITEX and the Spanish companies Tragsatetec and Telefonica. The funding is to be provided by the EU program "Leonardo da Vinci.

Politics | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

SOCIALIST PARTY ELECTED NEW EXECUTIVE BUREAU

Fifteen are the members of the new Executive Bureau with the Higher Council of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, it emerged after the first closed session of the council. So far, the members of the bureau were nineteen.

Politics | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

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Society | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

BULGARIAN INVENTED E-BOOK FOR THE LIBRARY OF THE US CONGRESS

The Bulgarian designer Lachezar Tsvetanov, a junior at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut, won the competition for creating a digital player for the needs of the library of the US Congress, the Washington Post reported. The library is planning a

Society | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

TELECOM ASSESSED AT NO MORE THAN USD 350 M BY INVESTORS, EXPERT SAYS

The investors assess the Bulgarian Telecommunications Company at no more than USD 350 M, Grozdan Karadzhov, member of the Board of Directors of the Center for Economic Development told Info Radio. According to him, the price in the previous privatization

Business | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

NO CORRECTIONS PLANNED IN THE ECONOMIC POLICY OF THE CABINET

The political council of the ruling Simeon II National Movement approved the economic program of the government presented on Friday by Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister Nikolay Vassilev. In the presence of Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg, Vassilev pre

Business | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE HAVE GATHERED IN ROME TO WITNESS A CER...

Hundreds of thousands of people have gathered in Rome to witness a ceremony which makes a saint of one of Catholicism's most popular and controversial figures, Padre Pio. Pilgrims from around the world packed St Peter's Square in soaring temperatures as t

World | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

ISRAEL HAS BEGUN BUILDING A CONTROVERSIAL NEW SECURITY FENCE TO TRY TO...

Israel has begun building a controversial new security fence to try to stop Palestinian militants crossing into its territory. It is the latest effort by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to halt the wave of suicide attacks in Israeli cities and towns.

World | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

VOLUNTARY PENSION FUNDS REPORT OVER 100 MILLION EUROS IN ASSETS IN Q1

The assets of the voluntary pension funds have reached EUR 104,5 M (BGN 204.4 M) in Q1, going up by 9.

Business | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

NEW DEPUTY FOREIGN MINISTER APPOINTED

Lyubomir Ivanov is the new deputy foreign minister appointed to replace Meglena Kuneva, Darik Radio reported. So far, Lyubomir Ivanov has been Director of the NATO and Security directorate with the foreign ministry.

Politics | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

THE LEADER OF RIGHTIST UNION OF DEMOCRATIC FORCES NADEZHDA MIHAYLOVA W...

The leader of rightist Union of Democratic Forces Nadezhda Mihaylova will attend the fifteenth congress of the German Christian Democratic Union (CDU). The forum will take place from June 16 till June 18 in Frankfurt-na-Maine.

Politics | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

SOCIALIST MP SAYS RULING PARTY BROUGHT "ABSOLUTE POVERTY"

“The assessment for the work of the government a year after elections is more than unsatisfactory. The assessment of the Bulgarians is that the ruling party brought absolute poverty,“ Emilia Maslarova, deputy floor leader of the leftist Bulgarian Socialis

Politics | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

OVER TWO THOUSAND BELIEVERS SIGNED IN FAVOR OF THE ADOPTION OF A NEW L...

Over two thousand believers signed in favor of the adoption of a new law on ecclesiastical matters till Saturday in the Troyan Monastery. The act is tabled in Parliament by PM Borislav Tsekov.

Politics | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

OVER FIVE MILLION TONNES OF WHEAT WILL BE GATHERED FROM THIS YEAR’S CR...

Over five million tonnes of wheat will be gathered from this year’s crops, which is one million tonne more in comparison with last year, Ventsislav Atanassov, chairman of the federation of the bread producers and confectioners forecast.

Politics | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

AN OFFICIAL CHINESE DELEGATION LED BY STATE COUNCILLOR WU YI WILL VISI...

An official Chinese delegation led by State Councillor Wu Yi will visit Bulgaria in mid-July at the invitation of Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister Nikolay Vassilev. During the visit Sofia will host a Bulgarian-Chinese business forum, organized b

Politics | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

ROMANIAN ELECTRICITY ILLEGALLY TRANSMITTED TO GREECE VIA BULGARIA

Energy Minister Milko Kovachev announced that Romanian electricity for Greece was illegally transmitted through the Bulgarian network. The Romanian-Greek agreement stipulates that electricity is transited through Yugoslavia and Macedonia, but since the tr

Business | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

BULGARIA IS BEST PROMOTED ABROAD BY SPORTSMEN, NOVINITE.COM POLL SHOWS

Bulgaria is best promoted abroad by sportsmen, novinite.com latest poll shows.

Views on BG | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00

BULGARIAN TROOPS TAKE PART IN NATO EXERCISES IN GEORGIA

The Associated Press TBILISI, Georgia - Nearly 600 troops from 14 countries are being deployed at a Georgian military base to take part in annual NATO military exercises, officials said Saturday.

Views on BG | June 16, 2002, Sunday // 00:00
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