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Assange Trial: US Lawyers Argue Case Not About Politics

Lawyers representing the United States in the trial of Julian Assange asserted that the legal proceedings are centered on the publication of classified information, not Assange's political views

World | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 14:42

Sofia Municipal Council Appoints Deputy Chairs Amid Political Strife

The Sofia Municipal Council (SMC) convened to elect its deputy chairs and members of standing committees, marking a significant development in the city's political landscape

Politics | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 14:37

Burgas Prison: Inmate Killed in Altercation

Two prisoners got into a fight, and one of them died after the fight

Crime | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 14:33

Rafah Mosque Leveled as Israeli Airstrikes Escalate in Gaza

Israeli airstrikes devastated a mosque in Rafah and caused extensive damage to nearby homes

World | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 13:27

Day 729 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Putin Still Believes He Can Take Over The Whole Country

Day 729 of the invasion of Ukraine. Summary of key events in the last 24 hours

World » Ukraine | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 13:14

Record Foreign Investments Drive Bulgaria's Growth

Today, the World Bank presents the report “Review of Public Finances in Bulgaria”, which examines revenues, efficiency, and effectiveness of state expenditures in various sectors

Business | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 12:38

Game-Changing Innovations: Latest News From The Casino Industry

If you compare today's casino experience with two decades back, you can tell that a lot has changed.

Business » Industry | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 12:00

Bulgaria: Collision Near Pavlikeni Leaves Five Children and Three Adults Injured

A harrowing collision between two vehicles near the village of Musina in Pavlikeni has resulted in injuries to five children and three adults.

Society » Incidents | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 11:27

Dutch PM Rutte Gains Momentum as Frontrunner for NATO Secretary General

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has garnered backing from over two-thirds of NATO's 31 member nations for the role of the alliance's next secretary general

World | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 11:18

History in Paintings: 125 Years Since the Birth of Dechko Uzunov (GALLERY)

On this day in 1899, Dechko Uzunov was born in the Bulgarian town of Kazanlak

Society » Culture | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 11:04

Romania to Hold Two-in-One Elections in June

Romania is set to witness a unique electoral scenario this year as the local elections will coincide with the European elections on June 9

World » Southeast Europe | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 10:41

Russia Ends Decades-Old Fishing Agreement with Britain

In a move signaling heightened tensions between Russia and the West

World » Russia | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 10:38

Peevski: Hristo Ivanov Drank Greasy Turkish Coffee In My Office And Sat On My Lap Until The Constitution Was Done!

The chairman of the DPS parliamentary group, Delyan Peevski, accused the co-chairman of "We Continue the Change - Democratic Bulgaria" (WCC-DB), Hristo Ivanov, of wanting to impose his personnel in the prosecutor's office

Politics | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 10:33

Germany’s Economy Is In “Troubled Waters”

Minister of Economy Robert Habeck stated that the economic situation in Germany is exceptionally challenging during the presentation of the significantly lowered new government forecast for growth this year

World | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 10:06

Illinois Governor Declares March 3 as Bulgaria's Liberation Day

Governor J. B. Pritzker of Illinois has declared March 3, 2024, as Bulgaria's Liberation Day in the state

Society » Culture | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 10:02

Biden on Putin: That Crazy SOB!

During a campaign fundraiser in San Francisco, US President Joe Biden referred to Russian President Vladimir Putin as a "crazy son of a b**ch"

World | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 09:35

Israeli Resort Attacked: Air Defense Activated Amid Missile Threat

This morning, air raid sirens blared in the Israeli resort town of Eilat along the Red Sea

World | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 09:30

Spate of Vandalism Strikes Sofia's Ovcha Kupel District: Dozens of Cars Damaged

Residents of Sofia's Ovcha Kupel neighborhood woke up to a scene of chaos as vandals wreaked havoc on parked cars overnight

Crime | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 09:26

Fatal Barge Collision Causes Bridge Collapse in China (VIDEO)

In a tragic incident today, a barge collided with a bridge in China's Pearl River Delta, resulting in the collapse of a section of the bridge and causing casualties

World | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 09:22

Drunk and Drugged Driving Decreases as Bulgarian Traffic Police Impound Cars

A new strategy implemented by the Bulgarian Traffic Police to impound vehicles driven by intoxicated individuals has shown promising results in reducing the number of drunk and drugged drivers on the roads

Society | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 09:15

Major Migrant Trafficking Operation Dismantled in Bulgaria

In a significant crackdown on organized crime, Bulgarian Border Police have detained ten individuals involved in migrant trafficking during a targeted operation in the Burgas area

Politics | February 22, 2024, Thursday // 08:30
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