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MILES INFORMED BG OFFICIALS FOR BIN LADEN

US Ambassador Richard Miles shared information on the terrorist attacks in the United States with the Foreign Minister Solomon Passy, his deputy Ivan Petkov, Deputy Interior Minister Boiko Kotsev, the directors of the National Intelligence Service and the

Politics | October 5, 2001, Friday // 00:00

PLANE EXPLODED OVER THE BLACK SEA

Russian plane TU-154 crashed over the Black Sea at 1.45 p.

Politics | October 5, 2001, Friday // 00:00

RUSSIAN PASSENGER PLANE CRASHES AFTER EXPLOSION

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A Russian chartered airliner heading from Israel to Siberia exploded Thursday and crashed off the Black Sea coast with at least 76 people on board.

Views on BG | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

NATO HOPEFULS TO BACK `ANTI TERROR` COALITION

By REUTERS Presidents of 10 former communist countries seeking NATO entry are expected to back the international coalition being formed to wage `war on terrorism` at a meeting in the Bulgarian capital on Friday.

Views on BG | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

NATO TOP LEVEL MEETING IN SOFIA

Presidents of 10 former communist countries seeking NATO entry are expected to back the international coalition being formed to wage `war on terrorism` at a meeting in Sofia on Friday. NATO Secretary-General George Robertson will join heads of state from

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

SWEDISH EMBASSY DENIED VISAS VIOLATION ALLEGATIONS

The Swedish Embassy in Bulgaria denied media allegations for violations in visa issuing. That was announced at a press conference on October 4 in the Embassy.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

LEFTISTS TO CHANGE ATTITUDE TOWARDS RULING PARTY

`At the end of the 100-day grace period of the Simeon II National Movement`s coalition, the Bulgarian Socialist Party and the Coalition for Bulgaria will radicalize their attitude towards the rulers, `socialist leader Georgi Purvanov told the Bulgarian Na

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

FORMER INTERIOR MINISTER TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT

The former Bulgarian Interior Minister Bogomil Bonev is to run for President at the presidential elections on November 11. That was announced after a meeting of the National Council of the Civic party, Info Radio reported.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR ON UKRAINE GAS DEBTS*

Russian news agency ITAR-TASS Ukraine will have to report every year how much gas it uses and how much it transports through its territory to Europe, the Russian ambassador to Ukraine, Viktor Chernomyrdin said.

Views on BG | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

2 000 POLICEMEN TO BE DEPLOYED FOR NATO SUMMIT

`A 2,000-strong police force from the Sofia Directorate of the Interior Ministry will guard during the summit meeting of the state leaders of the countries applying for NATO membership on October 5,` the Interior Ministry Press Center announced. Central h

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

CROATIAN PRESIDENT LECTURES ON ANTI TERRORISM *

Croatian news agency HINA Presenting a platform for the future activity of an anti-terrorist coalition at the American University in Blagoevgrad [western Bulgaria] on Thursday [4 October], Croatian President Stipe Mesic said smaller countries like Croat

Views on BG | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

BRZEZINSKI AWARDED BY PRESIDENT STOYANOV

The outstanding American political scientist Zbigniew Brzezinski was awarded with the order of merit `Stara Planina` by the Bulgarian President Stoyanov. `Bulgaria has shown that it is true ally of the United States`, Brzezinski said after the ceremony.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

VICE PRESIDENT CANDIDATE:I FAVOR NATO ACCESSION

`There should be succession in the Bulgarian politics. As far as the Bulgarian NATO orientation is concerned, I fully support it,` General Anguel Marin, the leftist candidate for Vice President said in an interview for radio Free Europe.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

RUSSIAN PLANE CRASHES IN BLACK SEA

BBC Services A Russian airliner en route from Tel Aviv to the Siberian city of Novosibirsk has crashed into the Black Sea with at least 77 people on board.

Views on BG | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

BG AUTHORITIES: CRASHED PLANE DID NOT LAND IN BG

The Bulgarian authorities denied the information of Russian officials that the Russian plane that crashed in the Black Sea stopped in the Burgas airport and took passengers from there, Info Radio reported. `The airplane did not pass trough the Bulgarian a

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

INTEGRATED INFO SYSTEM TO IMPROVE CARS CHECK

`An integrated information system involving the Customs Agency, the Interior Ministry and other institutions will accelerate checks on imported cars when there are suspicions they were stolen,` Dimitur Terziev, expert at the Customs Intelligence and Inves

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

HIGHER MILITARY SCHOOLS FEES REDUCED

The Cabinet approved the change in the application fees for the Higher Military Schools for the academic year 2001/2002. The fees for the major `Military Work` were reduced.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON AUDITING PROBLEMS STARTED

A two-day international seminar on the auditing problems started on October 4 in Sofia. The conference is on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the law adoption for certified public accountants and the 10th anniversary of the reinstatement of the aud

Business | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

FOREIGN MINISTER IN SLOVENIA TO MEET VILNUS GROUP

The Bulgarian Foreign Minister Solomon Passy left on October 3 for a two-day visit to Slovenia. Passy will take part in a meeting of the foreign ministers of the 10 NATO membership applicants and will meet his Slovenian counterpart Dimitriy Rupel.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

MACEDONIAN TV:IMPORT OF CARS FROM BULGARIA ~CRIME

`The Macedonian distributors claim that the import of automobiles from Bulgaria is a classic crime, `A1 TV reported. According to the distributors, there are currently 15,000 to 20,000 with Bulgarian registration in Macedonia.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

PARLIAMENT PASSED AT 1ST READING AUDIT BILL

The Bulgarian Parliament passed at first reading the bill for the independent financial audit. According to the bill, the certified expert accountants will carry property responsibility for their work.

Business | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00
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