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Portugal’s Eurovision Winner Salvador Sobral has Heart Transplant
Dec10

Portugal’s Eurovision Winner Salvador Sobral has Heart Transplant

Eurovision winner 2017 Salvador Sobral has undergone a heart transplant operation, NTV reports referring to the Portuguese media RTP. The operation was on December 8th. Doctors have assured that the transplant has been successful. Now the singer has to go through a long rehabilitation process. Sobral was admitted to the resuscitation clinic at...

Poland Ready to Defend Migration Stance in EU Top Court
Dec08

Poland Ready to Defend Migration Stance in EU Top Court

Poland is ready to defend its decision in the European Union’s top court to refuse to accept migrants from Africa and the Middle East under an EU plan to redistribute them, Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymanski said, reported by Reuters. He spoke after the EU executive sued Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic in the European Court of...

Prosecutor’s Office brings charges in connection with Hera ship sinking
Nov25

Prosecutor’s Office brings charges in connection with Hera ship sinking

Fourteen years after the sinking of the Bulgarian ship Hera, the Sofia Prosecutor’s Office has brought charges against two persons – Milen Balchev, Director of Providence Shipping & Trading OOD, and Stefcho Minchev, Technical Director of the company. The two are facing charges for the damage and sinking of the motor ship which resulted...

Prosecutor’s Office brings charges in connection with Hera ship sinking
Nov25

Prosecutor’s Office brings charges in connection with Hera ship sinking

Fourteen years after the sinking of the Bulgarian ship Hera, the Sofia Prosecutor’s Office has brought charges against two persons – Milen Balchev, Director of Providence Shipping & Trading OOD, and Stefcho Minchev, Technical Director of the company. The two are facing charges for the damage and sinking of the motor ship which resulted...

Bulgarians from Ukraine happy with choice of Bulgarian university
Nov25

Bulgarians from Ukraine happy with choice of Bulgarian university

The Danube town of Svishtov hosted a meeting of ethnic Bulgarians from Bessarabia, Ukraine – currently students from different courses at the Academy of Economics in that town – with Deputy Rector Assoc. Prof. Nikolay Ninov. Assoc. Prof. Ninov recalled that the faculty was seeking for opportunities to attract students from the Bulgarian diaspora....

Merkel’s Fourth Term in Doubt After Would-be Partner Pulls Out
Nov20

Merkel’s Fourth Term in Doubt After Would-be Partner Pulls Out

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s efforts to form a three-way coalition government that would secure her a fourth term hit a major setback on Sunday after a would-be coalition partner pulled out of exploratory talks, citing irreconcilable differences, Reuters reported. The pro-business Free Democrats (FDP) unexpectedly walked out of the...

Bulgaria Provides over BGN 720 Thousand for Humanitarian Aid for Poor Countries
Nov15

Bulgaria Provides over BGN 720 Thousand for Humanitarian Aid for Poor Countries

The government has adopted a decision to provide a substantial sum, amounting to BGN 723 030, through international development cooperation and humanitarian crisis resolution. The funds are granted as official development assistance, which is a commitment of our country as a member state of the European Union. Under the EU’s agreed...

Therese May to Russia: “We know what you are doing. You will not succeed “
Nov14

Therese May to Russia: “We know what you are doing. You will not succeed “

Britain does not want to return to the Cold War with Russia. British Prime Minister Theresa May said in a speech at the London Mayor’s banquet, reports bgnes. “We do not want to go back to the Cold War or be in a state of eternal opposition. At the same time, we need to be vigilant, but we also want to interact, and that is precisely...

EU to Sign Defense Pact, May Allow Limited British Role
Nov13

EU to Sign Defense Pact, May Allow Limited British Role

France, Germany and 20 other EU governments are set to sign a defense pact on Monday they hope marks a new era of European military integration to cement unity after Britain’s decision to quit the bloc. In Europe’s latest attempt to lessen its reliance on the United States, the 22 governments will create a formal club that should give...

Tourism Minister: Bulgaria is Becoming more and more Recognizable with its Quality
Nov13

Tourism Minister: Bulgaria is Becoming more and more Recognizable with its Quality

Bulgaria is increasingly recognized as a destination that offers quality, Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova told sega. For the first 8 months of the year, the revenues from international tourism in Bulgaria amounted to BGN 5.2 billion, which is almost 11% higher than last year. “The number of foreign tourists who visited our country this...

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