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AstraZeneca Vaccine Safety Put into Question Again – UK Reports 30 Cases of Blood Clots after Jab

The usage of Covid-19 vaccines is often coupled with side effects.

Society » Health | April 2, 2021, Friday // 10:12

Bulgaria: Danube Bridge Congested with 10-km Long Line of TIR Trucks

A 10-kilometer long line of TIR trucks formed last night at the Danube Bridge border checkpoint at Ruse.

Business | April 2, 2021, Friday // 09:59

Tragic Train Accident in Taiwan with 34 Victims

At least 34 people have died and 72 remain trapped after a train carrying around 350 passengers derailed inside a tunnel in Taiwan.

World | April 2, 2021, Friday // 09:26

Many People Injured in Brussels after Police Dispersed Illegal Gatherings

At least 26 officers were injured during an operation to disperse a large crowd that gathered in the Bois de la Cambre park on the south side of the Belgian capital, the agency reported citing a police spokesman.

World | April 2, 2021, Friday // 09:18

Elections: 6 or 7 Parties Could Enter in Next Parliament Suggests Poll

According to the latest results of a survey by Alpha Research, conducted between March 27th and 30th among 1,007 adult Bulgarians across the country.

Politics | April 2, 2021, Friday // 09:01

Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 3,694 New Cases

The newly confirmed cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria over the past 24 hours are 3,694 from 18,502 tests, the daily report on the Unified Information Portal shows on April 2.

Society » Health | April 2, 2021, Friday // 08:58

Macron Announced Third Nationwide Lockdown in France

The latest restriction measures, which have been in force since 10 March in 19 French departments, will be extended to the whole country on Saturday for a four-week period.

Society » Health | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 14:53

No Joke – Vaccinated against Covid Urged to Eat More Tomatoes

People who have received their COVID-19 vaccine should eat tomatoes and drink more tomato juice as it is a natural remedy against blood clotting, the director of the Bulgarian National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases, Professor Todor Kantardz

Society » Health | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 14:04

Bulgaria: 20,000 Policemen Will Ensure Public Order on Election Day

The Interior Ministry informed what actions have been taken to ensure public order, security and the legality of the elections.

Politics » Elections | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 13:56

Bulgaria: April Comes with Weather Surprises, Snow on Election Day

A Mediterranean cyclone will remind Bulgarians of winter on election day.

Politics » Domestic | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 13:33

Bulgaria Ranks First in Codid-19 Mortality on the Balkans

Bulgaria is ranked 5th in Europe and 2nd in the Balkans by morbidity, reported State Chief Health Inspector Assoc.

Society » Health | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 13:08

Eurovision Song Contest Organizers Limit Audience Due to Covid-19

A limited audience will be allowed to attend the Eurovision song contest in the Dutch port city of Rotterdam in May as part of a COVID-19 trial, newspaper de Telegraaf reported on Thursday.

Society » Culture | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 12:43

Aluminum Profiles Smart Plant to Be Built Near Plovdiv by Bulgarian Investor

The construction of BGN 40 million production plant for aluminum profiles, the largest on the Balkans, has started in Trakia Economic Zone.

Business | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 12:35

Cyprus Opens up for Tourists from 65 Countries

From 1 April Cyprus officially opens to the tourist markets of over 65 countries, and a new protocol regulating entries into the country comes into effect.

Business » Tourism | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 12:18

Foreign Diplomats Leave North Korea Capital amid Acute Shortage of Essential Goods

Diplomatic missions of 12 states have suspended work in North Korea and all foreign personnel of international humanitarian organizations have left the country due to the challenging situation, namely over the lack of goods and medicine, the Russian Embas

Politics » Diplomacy | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 11:54

Summer Vacation in Greece, Requirements and Conditions

Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis announced the country‘s plan for a restart of tourism from May 15.

Business » Tourism | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 11:41

Bulgaria’s Health Minister: We Reached Morbidity Peak But Health System Will Cope

“In the last 14 days there has been a marked increase in the number of new COVID-19 cases, we are now at the highest point of the morbidity peak, the third in a row for the country.

Society » Health | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 11:21

Bulgaria: Gradual Easing of Lockdown Restrictions Starts Today

Anti-epidemic measures will be loosened stepwise as of today, April 1.

Politics » Domestic | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 10:21

North Macedonia Scores Stunning Win over Germany in World Cup Qualifying

Germany suffered a stunning 2-1 home loss to North Macedonia in World Cup qualifying on Wednesday, while defending champions France edged Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-0 and England beat a Poland side missing the injured Robert Lewandowski.

Sports | April 1, 2021, Thursday // 09:55
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