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PM: WHAT I FEEL INSIDE IS WHAT MATTERS TO ME

“I prayed for the dead children, but naturally, most of all for their parents, because what they are going through is a nightmare,” Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg told journalists before his departure for Madrid on December 23. He underlined that the t

Views on BG | December 24, 2001, Monday // 00:00

CRASH LEFT 3 PEOPLE DEAD, 20 INJURED

Three people were killed and twenty more were injured in an accident on the road Sofia-Burgas, five kilometers off Karnobat, in the direction of Sliven. A bus, heading from the Black Sea coast resort of Sunny Beach to Sofia, crashed into a vehicle carryin

Politics | December 24, 2001, Monday // 00:00

DISCO CLUBS IN SOFIA CLOSED DOWN AFTER POLICE CHECK-UPS

Four disco clubs in the capital Sofia were sealed after inspections of the authorities. Inspections of more than 170 places of entertainment were conducted during the night.

Politics | December 24, 2001, Monday // 00:00

FOREIGN MINISTER: VISIT IN LIBYA GAVE ME INSIGHT INTO THE MEDICS CASE

“It was hard for me to imagine this was the first time in three years these people went out to a green lawn, “ Foreign Minister Passy said for National Private Television bTV, after he returned from Libya. During his official visit there the six Bulgarian

Politics | December 24, 2001, Monday // 00:00

TOMORROW’S SPECIAL EDITION: THE NEWS AS IT WAS IN 2001

TOMORROW – Read the special edition of The News: The News as It Was in 2001, the year of The News launch. TODAY – Read about Bulgaria in 2001 in the For the Record section of The News, full chronology of the most important events - Read at novinite.

Politics | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

LOW TEMPARATURES BRING LOSSES TO FERTILIZER PLANT

Vratsa fertilizer plant Chimko suffered an estimated USD 4,000 from frozen installations after the recent plunge in temparatures, representatives of the plant said. The amount of fuel provided by Bulgargas has proved to be insufficient for the protection

Business | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

WEEKLY HOROSCOPE

ARIES (Mar. 21- April 20)

Views on BG | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

CHANGES IN MEDICS IMPRISONMENT TERMS HARD TO PREDICT

Seif al-Islam, head of the Qaddafi International Foundation for Charity Associations and son of the Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, arranged the permission for letting the medics outdoors for the first time in three years at the request of Bulgarian Foreig

Politics | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

CHRISTMAS IS A SPECIAL FAMILY HOLIDAY IN BULGARIA

Christmas (Koleda in Bulgarian) is one of the biggest Christian holidays in Bulgaria. Christmas and New Year festivities begin from Ignazhden, the day of St.

Views on BG | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD

Australia Many Australians celebrate Christmas outdoors.

Views on BG | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

VICTIM OF TRAGIC DISCO EVENT BURIED

Friends and relatives of the children who died in the stampede at Sofia disco club Indigo on December 21 unequivocally rejected the suggestion for a collective funeral ceremony. One of the victims, 14-year-old Madlena Nikolova, was buried on December 23.

Politics | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

RISING STAR IMPRESSES FOREIGNERS IN BULGARIA

BY Monique Geiss Today, Lora’s name and face may not strike a chord immediately.

Society | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

ADOLFO RODRIGUEZ SAA, A 54-YEAR-OLD PROVINCIAL GOVERNOR APPOINTED TO S...

Adolfo Rodriguez Saa, a 54-year-old provincial governor appointed to serve as Argentina’s replacement president until elections on 3 March, announced the country will suspend its foreign debt payments, triggering the biggest debt default in history. Argen

World | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

HOSPITALISED CHILDREN REGAIN STRENGTH AFTER TRAGIC DISCO EVENT

The condition of all thirteen hospitalised children, seriously injured after the tragic event at a Sofia disco on December 21, is improving. The doctors predict they will restore fully their health.

Politics | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

ARGENTINA’S CONGRESS DELAYED APPOINTING A NEW INTERIM PRESIDENT SATURD...

Argentina’s Congress delayed appointing a new interim president Saturday night as lawmakers quarreled over how long a caretaker government should remain in office and when to call fresh elections. They are likely to elect Adolfo Rodriguez Saa, a provincia

World | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

NEWLY SWORN IN AFGHAN LEADER HAMID KARZAI HAS BEGUN THE JOB OF REBUILD...

Newly sworn in Afghan leader Hamid Karzai has begun the job of rebuilding his shattered land, with a meeting of his cabinet the first order of business. Chairman Karzai promised to fulfill his mission to bring peace to Afghanistan after years of war.

World | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

ISRAEL SAYS IT WILL BAR PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY PRESIDENT YASSER ARAFAT ...

Israel says it will bar Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat from visiting Bethlehem at Christmas because he has not done enough to stop terrorism. The Palestinian leader told Voice of Palestine radio December 22 he would visit the town of Jesus

World | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

NEW YORK MAYOR RUDY GIULIANI HAS BEEN NAMED TIME MAGAZINE'S PERSONALIT...

New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has been named Time magazine's Personality of the Year, the magazine announced on December 23.

World | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 63 FROM PARIS TO MIAMI MADE AN EMERGENCY LAND...

American Airlines flight 63 from Paris to Miami made an emergency landing in Boston after a passenger tried to light what may have been explosives in his shoes, authorities said. The FBI is still examining materials found after the incident on board a com

World | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

N-POWER PLANT UNIT 4 OPERATES AT 55% CAPACITY

Nuclear Power plant Kozloduy Unit 4 started operating at 55% of its capacity, after it was connected with the energy system of the country. The 440-MgW Unit was closed on August 20 for annual repairs and re-charge with nuclear fuel.

Business | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

QADDAFI:BULGARIAN MEDICS TRIAL CASTS SHADOW OVER OUR RELATIONS

Libyan Leader Colonel Muammar Qaddafi on Saturday received Bulgaria's Foreign Minister Solomon Passy who is visiting Tripoli. Their meeting took place immediately after the conference the Bulgarian chief diplomat had with ambassadors of the European Unio

Politics | December 23, 2001, Sunday // 00:00
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