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US Congress Candidate: ''Women Are Sex Slaves and Infant Factories''

Nathan Larson, a self-confessed pedophile, has run for a congressman in the US state of Virginia in the November election for the US legislature.

Society | June 3, 2018, Sunday // 10:28

A Spectacular Robbery in Rome, the Police Is Looking for a Bulgarian Car

In Rome is ongoing police action because of a spectacular robbery carried out this morning.

Society » Incidents | June 3, 2018, Sunday // 10:12

A Casino Owner Was Killed in Sunny Beach

A casino owner was killed in Sunny Beach on Saturday night, and a 22-year-old woman was badly injured.

Society » Incidents | June 3, 2018, Sunday // 09:55

Temperature record: 34, 2 degrees in Ruse, Northeastern Bulgaria

A maximum of 34.

Society » Environment | June 2, 2018, Saturday // 13:46

Bulgarians Pay Tribute to Botev and the Dead Heroes of Bulgaria

On today's date (June 2nd), we pay tribute to one of the greatest Bulgarians in our history - Hristo Botev, as well as to the heroes who gave their lives for the freedom of Bulgaria.

Society | June 2, 2018, Saturday // 13:35

Huge Traffic Jam on the Highway "Trakia" because of an Accident

Because of an accident between a truck and a car Trakia Motorway on the 10th km in direction of Sofia - Plovdiv is closed, agency BGNES reported.

Politics » Domestic | June 2, 2018, Saturday // 13:06

How to safely use a public Wi-Fi network

One of the things that distinguish Bulgaria from other countries is that wireless internet is almost everywhere.

World | June 2, 2018, Saturday // 12:13

Bulgaria Wants to Limit Bus Services to Encourage Those by Train

The Minister of Finance, Vladislav Goranov, proposes to limit bus transport, and the purpose of this is to give people an incentive to choose to travel by train.

Politics » Domestic | June 2, 2018, Saturday // 11:56

US Unemployment Is the Lowest since 2000

The unemployment in the US fell to 3.

World | June 2, 2018, Saturday // 11:44

Malaysia Has Asked Residents to Help with Paying Its Huge Debt

Malaysia's sovereign debt has reached such an extent that the government has been forced to seek help from its citizens to repay it.

Politics | June 2, 2018, Saturday // 10:07

Why It Is Good to Have Your Coffee After 9:30 in the Morning

What is the first thing you do when you wake up? If you reach for the coffee machine, we have news for you - you have to change your habits.

Society | June 2, 2018, Saturday // 09:28

Grigor Dimitrov Dropped out in the Third Round of "Roland Garros"

Grigor Dimitrov could not surpass his best performance at Roland Garros and again got eliminated in the third round of the second Grand Slam tennis tournament.

Sports | June 1, 2018, Friday // 15:28

Lions, Tigers, Jaguar Escape German Zoo in Lünebach

BBC - Two lions, two tigers and a jaguar have escaped from a zoo in Lünebach in western Germany, police have said.

Society » Incidents | June 1, 2018, Friday // 15:25

Drones Began to Deliver Food in China

China's food supply company Ele.

Business | June 1, 2018, Friday // 15:06

More than 5000 Missiles Were Launched from the Beginning of the Season

From April 24th to May 28th, 101 active anti-hail impacts were conducted, 459 cloud cells were processed with just over 5000 missiles.

Politics » Domestic | June 1, 2018, Friday // 14:43

Fifteen Killed in Nicaragua Protests

MANAGUA (Reuters) - At least fifteen people were killed and more than 200 injured on Wednesday in one of the worst days of violence since protests against Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega began more than a month ago, police said on Thursday.

World | June 1, 2018, Friday // 13:33

Spanish Socialist Sanchez succeeds Rajoy as Prime Minister

MADRID (Reuters) - Socialist Pedro Sanchez took over as Spain’s prime minister on Friday, after outgoing leader Mariano Rajoy lost a parliamentary confidence vote triggered by a long-running corruption trial involving members of his center-right party.

Politics | June 1, 2018, Friday // 13:31

A Completely New Kind of School in Bulgaria

Technology can dramatically change and improve education.

Society | June 1, 2018, Friday // 13:30

Lukoil is Considering Building a Complex in Burgas for nearly EUR 1 Billion

Lukoil plans to build a complex for the production of polypropylene on the territory of "Neftochim" in Burgas, Vagit Alekperov, president and co-owner of the Russian company, told the RNB business magazine, calling the facility "a small petrochemical comp

Business | June 1, 2018, Friday // 13:24

The Dollar Turned the Trend and It Is Becoming Cheaper

The dollar is about to send the fourth session in a row, taking into account lower values and although monthly dollar index stood at plus, analysts say the mood is minor,  Market Watch wrote in his analysis.

World | June 1, 2018, Friday // 12:58

Top 10 of the Cheapest All-inclusive Destinations. Among Them is Bulgaria

There is nothing better than resting for a week without anything to worry about, except where to eat or where to swim, especially if everything is already paid.

Business » Tourism | June 1, 2018, Friday // 12:30
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