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    Crimea – the big budget Russian blockbuster the world will never see
    Aug14

    Crimea – the big budget Russian blockbuster the world will never see

    Film depicting Vladimir Putin’s 2014 annexing of Crimea from Ukraine will only be shown in Russia and Belarus “This is the kind of decision that is only taken once a century,” says a voice on the trailer for Crimea, a high-budget Russian film that dramatises the 2014 Russian takeover of the peninsula. … …read more Source: The...

    US debate on arming Ukraine puts pressure on Russia, Trump
    Aug13

    US debate on arming Ukraine puts pressure on Russia, Trump

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    Moscow nominates former German leader to Rosneft board
    Aug12

    Moscow nominates former German leader to Rosneft board

    The Russian government nominated German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder as an “independent director” on the board of the country’s largest oil company, Rosneft, according to an official government statement published late Friday. Schröder — German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s predecessor — is already chairman...

    The problem isn’t Putin, it’s Russia
    Aug12

    The problem isn’t Putin, it’s Russia

    NEW YORK — The introduction of new sanctions by the United States on Russia has sent relations between the two countries to lows not seen since the end of the Cold War. Each side blames the other and claims to be seeking better relations, behaving as if the antagonism is just an undesirable, but passing, phase. But while many in the...

    Ports of Burgas, Varna, Nesebar increasingly popular among cruise tourists
    Aug12

    Ports of Burgas, Varna, Nesebar increasingly popular among cruise tourists

    Cruise tourism has become more accessible to tourists lately, Iliyan Ivanov from the Bulgarian Cruise Society told the National Radio. It is not surprising then that Bulgaria’s transport strategy until 2030 envisages tangible growth of this kind of tourist business. In 2017 cruise tourism is estimated to attract 25 million passengers. In...

    License plate scanners to go online on Belarus-Ukraine border in 2017
    Aug11

    License plate scanners to go online on Belarus-Ukraine border in 2017

    “The system will facilitate the work of customs and border services,” Yuri Senko noted. …read more Source:...

    German journalist who exposed govt instruction in media coverage faces backlash (VIDEO)
    Aug11

    German journalist who exposed govt instruction in media coverage faces backlash (VIDEO)

    Rejected contributions, boycott calls and a public letter refuting her words were some of the tactics freelance reporter Claudia Zimmermann faced after exposing her employer, German public broadcaster WDR, for sticking to pro-government narrative on migrant crisis. Speaking to RT Deutsch, Zimmermann said she fell out of grace with the bosses of...

    Bulgarian sailors nabbed onboard hashish-carrying ship in Spain
    Aug11

    Bulgarian sailors nabbed onboard hashish-carrying ship in Spain

    The EFE Agency reports the arrest of two Bulgarian sailors near the Spanish city of Almeria onboard a ship with 18 tons of hashish hidden inside. Other 11 Ukrainian members of the crew were busted. The operation was carried out by the Spanish authorities and FRONTEX through the ship’s boarding. …read more Source: Radio...

    351 young people from Bulgarian communities abroad now students here
    Aug11

    351 young people from Bulgarian communities abroad now students here

    351 applicants from Bulgarian communities in Ukraine, Serbia, Kosovo, Kazakhstan and other countries are now entering universities in this country for the 2017/2018 academic year. 222 students come from Ukraine, 100 from Serbia, 27 – from Kosovo. The greatest number of them wanted to study medicine, computer science, economics, tourism, transport...

    351 Candidate Students From Traditional Bulgarian Communities Choose Bulgaria to Continue Their Education
    Aug11

    351 Candidate Students From Traditional Bulgarian Communities Choose Bulgaria to Continue Their Education

    Out of the 455 candidates, 351 candidate students from traditional Bulgarian communities in Ukraine, Serbia, Kosovo, Kazakhstan and other countries choose Bulgaria for Bachelor’s and Master’s degree after the secondary education for the 2017/2018 Year. 222 are ranked by Ukraine, 100 are from Serbia, 27 are from Kosovo, 1 from...

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