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Bulgarian Socialist Party to Try to Appeal New Debt of BGN 16 B at Constitutional Court
Apr17

Bulgarian Socialist Party to Try to Appeal New Debt of BGN 16 B at Constitutional Court

The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) has drafted an appeal to the Constitutional Court against the new debt of BGN 16 B. A motion needs to be backed by at least 48 MPs to reach the Constitutional Court, with BSP having a total of 39 MPs, according to dnevnik.bg. BSP Chair Mihail Mikov announced Friday that the appeal would be presented to other...

Port Burgas registers canceled cruise visits
Apr17

Port Burgas registers canceled cruise visits

Port Burgas administration has received cancellations of12 out of the total 31 visits of cruise ships through the current year. The reason the shop owners put forth, is the lack of possibility for these ships to visit the following destinations along the Black Sea cruise programme, namely the ports of Odessa, Yalta, Sochi. Big cruise companies...

Another Ukrainian Journalist Found Dead, Murder Suspected
Apr17

Another Ukrainian Journalist Found Dead, Murder Suspected

The editor in chief of the Ukrainian publication Neteshinskiy Vestnik has been murdered, as reported by the Bulgarian National Television. The body of Olga Moroz has been found in her home in the city of Neteshin. Investigators have found traces of violence. The reasons behind the murder have not yet been established, but according to the police...

Another Ukrainian Journalist Found Dead
Apr17

Another Ukrainian Journalist Found Dead

The editor in chief of the Ukrainian publication Neteshinskiy vestnik has been murdered, as reported by the Bulgarian National Television. The body of Olga Moroz has been found in her home in the city of Neteshin. Investigators have found traces of force. The reasons behind the murder have not yet been established, but according to the police the...

Putin Considers War with Ukraine Impossible, Has No Imperial Ambitions
Apr16

Putin Considers War with Ukraine Impossible, Has No Imperial Ambitions

Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed a possible war between Moscow and Kiev and said that he did not harbour any ambitions of reviving the Russian empire. These statement were made during the annual televised question and answer session, which was held on Thursday. Putin answered a total of 90 questions during the “Direct Line with Vladimir...

Famous Journalists Shot Dead in Ukraine’s Capital Kiev
Apr16

Famous Journalists Shot Dead in Ukraine’s Capital Kiev

Two famous Ukrainian journalists have been shot dead in Kiev, as announced by local media. The names of the killed men are Oles Buzina and Sergei Suhobok, OFF News reported. The former has been shot mere minutes ago in the yard fo his home, as announced by the Deputy Chair of the Right sector party, Anna Demit. The information has been confirmed...

TripAdvisor Names Bulgaria’s Sofia Cheapest City for Hotel Stays
Apr16

TripAdvisor Names Bulgaria’s Sofia Cheapest City for Hotel Stays

Bulgaria’s capital Sofia is the No 1. city in terms of cheap hotel stay, a recent report reads.With a one-night hotel stay (including room service) in Sofia costing USD 126.04 on average, the biggest Bulgarian city comes first in the TripAdvisor TripIndex Room Service report.According to TripAdvisor’s comparison, this is a quarter of...

Turkish Stream Route Might Be Extended – Russia Energy Min
Apr15

Turkish Stream Route Might Be Extended – Russia Energy Min

Greece, Macedonia, Sergia, Hungary and Austria might be included into the route of the so-called “Turkish Stream” pipeline project, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak has said. Novak explained in an interview with Rossiya-24 TV channel on Tuesday that Moscow is leading active talks with countries where infrastructure for the gas...

Russia Needs to Help End Ukraine Conflict to Rejoin G7, Steinmeier Says
Apr14

Russia Needs to Help End Ukraine Conflict to Rejoin G7, Steinmeier Says

Russia’s return to the group of leading industrialised nations hinges on its assistance to efforts to put an an end to the conflict in eastern Ukraine, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said. Speaking ahead of the start of a two-day meeting of the Group of Seven (G7) foreign ministers in Luebeck, in northern Germany,...

Fighting Picks up in Eastern Ukraine Despite Renewed Effort to Enforce Ceasefire
Apr14

Fighting Picks up in Eastern Ukraine Despite Renewed Effort to Enforce Ceasefire

Fighting in eastern Ukraine has escalated over the past 24 hours, leaving six government troops dead and 12 wounded, a Ukrainian military spokesman said on Tuesday. Fighting including heavy shelling broke out late on Monday evening and continued in the early hours of Tuesday on the outskirts of Donetsk, the pro-Russian separatists’...

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