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More than 140,000 People Died from Measles Globally Last Year

Worldwide more than 140,000 people died from measles in 2018, according to new estimates from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United States Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC).

Society » Health | December 6, 2019, Friday // 18:12

China Will Waive Import Duties on some Soybean and Pork Supplies from the United States

China will waive import duties on some soybean and pork supplies from the United States, the Chinese Treasury said on Friday, citing a decision by the country's cabinet.

World | December 6, 2019, Friday // 18:07

More than 75% of Households Have Internet Access

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Society | December 6, 2019, Friday // 17:47

Police Took Down a Drug Trafficking Network in Europe, 11 Arrested

Police in several European countries have arrested 11 Dutch people and seized a significant amount of drugs after a year-long investigation into a criminal organization operating across Europe, France Press reported.

Crime | December 6, 2019, Friday // 17:22

Bulgaria among the Countries with Largest share of Old Aircraft

In 2017, air transport operators in the European Union (EU) ran a total of 6 711 aircraft, used for passengers or freight.

World » EU | December 6, 2019, Friday // 17:09

The President: NATO’s Future is not in a Union of Producers and Clients, but of Partners

I do not see NATO’s future as a union between producers and clients, but of partners, which together guarantee their security, develop high technologies and together produce military equipment.

Politics | December 6, 2019, Friday // 17:00

FAO: Jump in Global Food Prices

5 December 2019, Rome - World food prices rose significantly in November, reaching their highest point in more than two years, driven by jumps in the international prices of meat products and vegetable oils, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the Un

Society | December 6, 2019, Friday // 16:54

Germans to Open IT Hub in Sofia

Economy Minister Emil Karanikolov and Dr.

Society | December 6, 2019, Friday // 16:45

PM Borissov: Mariya Gabriel's Responsibilities in the EC are in Line with Some of the Key Priorities of the Cabinet

At a meeting in the Council of Ministers with the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth Mariya Gabriel, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said that her new responsibilities in the EC were not only a high recognition for

Politics | December 6, 2019, Friday // 16:28

Gas Explosion in a Residential Building in Slovakia, there Are Casualties

A gas explosion took place today in a 13-floor residential building in the town of Prešov, Eastern Slovakia, BTA reported.

Society » Incidents | December 6, 2019, Friday // 15:35

Death Toll from a Migrant Boat Capsizing Off Mauritania Rises to 63

The death toll from a migrant boat capsizing off Mauritania has risen to 63, the Associated Press reported, citing authorities.

Society » Incidents | December 6, 2019, Friday // 15:11

Teams of the Sofia Inspectorate Have Carried Out Inspections of Sources of Air Pollution

Implementing the measures set out in the Air Quality Management Programme of the Sofia Municipality, teams of the Sofia Inspectorate have carried out inspections of sites with potential sources of pollution, said the municipality's press office.

Society » Environment | December 6, 2019, Friday // 15:09

Donald Tusk: Brexit - One of the Most Spectacular Mistakes in the EU History

In an interview with the British Guardian and six other European publications, former European Council President Donald Tusk said Brexit has been “one of the most spectacular mistakes” in the history of the EU and followed a campaign marked by “an unprece

World » EU | December 6, 2019, Friday // 13:26

4.5 Magnitude Earthquake Registered in Crete

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Society » Environment | December 6, 2019, Friday // 13:15

Bulgarian Theater Legend Stoyanka Mutafova Died at the Age of 97

At the age of 97, the legend of Bulgarian  theater and cinema Stoyanka Mutafova died.

Society » Obituaries | December 6, 2019, Friday // 13:03

The Daughter of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt Had Begun Hormonal Treatment to Change Gender

The daughter of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt had begun hormonal treatment, Gazeta.

Society | December 6, 2019, Friday // 09:51

Pirates Abducted 19 Members of a Greek Tanker

Pirates have abducted 19 crew members of an oil tanker off the coast of Nigeria, a Greek company, the vessel operator, said.

Crime | December 6, 2019, Friday // 09:50

The United States Owes the UN $ 491 Million

The United States still owes $ 491 million to the UN budget, spokesman for the organization's Secretary General Stephane Dujarric said at a briefing.

Business » Finance | December 6, 2019, Friday // 09:49

Macron: Turkey Sometimes Cooperates with ISIS

French President Emmanuel Macron has accused Turkish forces of sometimes working with Islamic State-affiliated groups in their operations in northern Syria, AFP reports.

Politics | December 6, 2019, Friday // 09:47

Polish Customs Officers Seized Cocaine for Half a Billion Euro in Poland

Polish customs officers seized a record nearly two tonnes of cocaine worth half a billion dollars, the largest amount seized in the country in 30 years, according to BGNES.

Crime | December 6, 2019, Friday // 09:46

Many Flights Will Be Canceled due to Strike in France

France's air and rail traffic will be disrupted today due to a strike against pension reform, BTA reported.

World » EU | December 6, 2019, Friday // 09:41
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