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Bulgaria to Buy Two Minehunters from the Netherlands for EUR 1 996 000

The Council of Ministers has approved a draft contract between the Government of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands for the purchase of two minesweepers for the amount of EUR 1 996 000 excluding VAT, the governme

Business » Finance | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 14:57

Bulgaria and Vietnam to Deepen their Cooperation in the Field of Education

The Council of Ministers has approved a draft agreement on cooperation in education between Bulgaria and Vietnam for the period 2019 - 2023, the government press office reported.

Politics » Diplomacy | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 14:30

Erdogan: Turkish Court Will Decide the Fate of Baghdadi's Sister

The sister of the slain Islamic State terrorist group Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is in a Turkish migration centre.

World | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 12:58

Powerful Tornado in Greece (VIDEO)

A tornado blew off the storages of an entire olive oil factory in the town of Kalamata in southern Greece, NOVA reported.

Society » Environment | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 12:49

Boris Johnson Asked Donald Trump to Abolish Duties on Scotch Whiskey

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called on US President Donald Trump to abolish duties on Scotch whiskey and other goods, in a telephone conversation, Reuters reported.

World | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 12:41

France Will Start Setting Quotas for Migrant Workers Next Year

France will start setting quotas for migrant workers next year, the labor minister said today.

World | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 12:23

A Turkish Court Ruling Could Turn Saint Sofia into a Mosque

Turkish government newspaper Yeni Safak writes that an upcoming decision by the country's government would allow museums that functioned as mosques during Ottoman times to become Muslim places of worship again, Kathimerini reported.

Society » Culture | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 12:22

Bulgaria and Romania's Quota for Turbot in the Black Sea Increased by 32%

Next year, Bulgaria and Romania will be allowed to fish for turbot, totaling 150 tonnes (75 tonnes per country), which is 32 percent more than the amount allowed so far.

Society | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 12:18

The British Queen Will Stop Wearing Genuine Leather Clothing

Human rights non-governmental organization Humane Society International United Kingdom expressed its satisfaction with the decision of the British Queen Elizabeth II to stop wearing genuine leather clothes, AFP reported.

Society | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 11:48

Record: This Year's October Is the Warmest Recorded in History

This year's October is the warmest in the world since the Copernicus European Climate Change Service began its observations in 1981, France's press office reported.

Society » Environment | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 11:27

The Truck which Was Transporting the Migrants to Greece Is from Pazardzhik

The refrigerated truck with illegal migrants in Greece is registered in Pazardzhik.

Society | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 11:24

Putin Wants a Russian Alternative to Wikipedia

Russian President Vladimir Putin has called for the creation of a Russian online encyclopedia today to become an alternative to Wikipedia, according to France Press, citing RIA Novosti.

World | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 11:19

Sofia Hosts a Major Conference on Childcare

Over 250 representatives from universities, institutions and non-governmental organizations from Europe, Australia, Central Asia and the United States will participate in an international conference on "DEINSTITUTIONALIZATION OF CHILDCARE: INVESTING IN CH

Society | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 11:14

Weather Forecast: Mostly Sunny and Warm for the Season

Today, the weather will remain dynamic, with temperatures significantly higher than usual.

Society » Environment | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 10:42

Online and Distance Learning is On the Rise – Here’s Why

For many students who are in higher and further education, it can become increasingly difficult to attend a study programme in person.

Society » Education | November 6, 2019, Wednesday // 09:32

Ukrainian Scientists Have Invented a Missile which Is Impossible to Be Brought Down

Ukrainian engineers at the Yuzhnoye Design Bureau presented the anti-ship supersonic missile “Lightning”, which, according to its creators, is almost "impossible to bring down," according to Russian news agency Izvestia.

World | November 5, 2019, Tuesday // 13:16

How Long Does it Take to Break a Bad Habit?

The most severe habits can be broken in 66 days.

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

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
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