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Two Journalists Were Found Dead in Indonesia

Two Indonesian journalists who mediated a land dispute between a palm oil company and residents were found dead with multiple stab wounds near a Sumatra plantation, police said.

Crime | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 13:14

The UK Has Lowered the National Level of Threat of Terrorist Attacks to “Substantial"

The UK has lowered the national level of threat of terrorist attacks from "severe” to "substantial", said British Interior Minister Priti Patel, quoted by Reuters.

World | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 13:12

The 5 Most Delicious European Street Foods

The team of Peika.

Business » Tourism | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 13:10

3/4 of Bulgarians Would Seek a Donor, but only 1/3 Would Consent to a Donation

Three-quarters of Bulgarians would seek transplantation when needed, but only one-third would consent to organ donation.

Society » Health | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 12:59

Donald Trump Wants to Sign an Arms Control Deal with Russia and China

The United States wants to strike a new arms control deal with Russia, China and possibly some other countries.

World | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 12:49

Russia Advocates the Establishment of the Greater Eurasian Partnership

Russia advocates the establishment of the Greater Eurasian Partnership with the participation of the Eurasian Economic Union, ASEAN, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, "possibly other entities".

Politics | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 12:23

Volkswagen Has Started Manufacturing the ID 3 Electric Cars

The Volkswagen automotive concern has started manufacturing electric vehicles ID 3, according to the German newspaper Spiegel.

Business | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 12:21

Electrical Scooters with Financial Losses

Two major players in the e-scooters market - Lime and Bird, which have businesses in Bulgaria, suffer heavy economic losses from their operations, world agencies said.

Business | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 12:13

Scientists Have Discovered an Insect Emitting Blue Light (PHOTO)

Brazilian researchers have discovered a new species of insects from the Keroplatidae family, whose larvae emit blue light, reports the Phys.

Society | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 12:11

Jean-Claude Juncker Accused Boris Johnson of Lying

European Commission President-designate Jean-Claude Juncker said on Monday that Brexit activists, including current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, lied to British society ahead of the summer 2016 referendum on further UK membership in the European Union

World | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 12:09

CITUB Insists on the Minimum Pension to Be BGN 250

CITUB proposed the minimum pension to be increased by 14 percent or from BGN 219.

Business » Finance | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 12:09

Top 7 Countries with the Youngest Population in the World

The world population is ageing due to the development of medicine and the improvement of the quality of life in the larger states of the world.

Society | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 12:05

8 Bodies Found in a Truck in Romania - Fake News

Police in Romania haven't found a truck carrying the corpses of eight people, Adevarul writes.

World | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 12:02

Ukraine Will Join NATO

Ukraine will join NATO, Secretary General of the North Atlantic Alliance Jens Stoltenberg said in an interview on 1 + 1, BGNES reported..

World | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 11:49

The US Is Taking the First Step to Withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced today that he has informed the UN that the United States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement, the AP reported.

Society » Environment | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 11:45

Eurostat: Bulgaria - One of the Countries with the Highest Recycling Rate of Plastic Packaging Waste

In the EU, an estimated 42% of plastic packaging waste was recycled in 2017.

Society | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 11:40

Rumen Radev: Bulgarian Business Must Take the Lead Role in Order for the Country to Overcoming the Social Crisis

Businesses need to take the lead role in order for the country to get out of the social crisis, President Rumen Radev called at a ceremony honouring the finalists of the 2019 Manager of the Year competition.

Business | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 11:37

Iraq Authorities Cut Off the Internet in Baghdad

Authorities in Iraq cut off the internet in Baghdad and the southern regions covered by the protest movement after yesterday's clashes in the capital, including near public administration buildings, France reported.

World | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 11:03

The Netherlands Has Admitted that their Aircraft Killed Dozens of Civilians in Iraq

A Dutch F-16 jet serving with the US-led coalition in Iraq killed about 70 people - Islamic State (IS) militants and civilians - in an air strike in 2015, the Dutch defence ministry says.

World | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 10:54

6.3 Magnitude Earthquake Struck Chile

A strong earthquake shook the Chilean capital, Santiago, last night.

Society » Environment | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 10:49

China Will Defend the Paris Agreement

French and Chinese presidents will sign a document stressing the "irreversibility" of the Paris Climate Agreement, the Elysee Palace reports.

Society » Environment | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 10:43
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