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    Ex-Head of Bulgaria’s DPS Party Determined to Stay in Politics
    Jan07

    Ex-Head of Bulgaria’s DPS Party Determined to Stay in Politics

    Lyutvi Mestan, the former head of Bulgaria’s second-largest opposition party DPS, vowed to stay in politics despite recent developments. Speaking at a press conference with his wife and with lawmakers who quit the DPS’s group in Parliament, saying they would “follow him”, he asserted he had done to change the party’s...

    Netflix Available in Bulgaria as Part of Expansion Around the World
    Jan07

    Netflix Available in Bulgaria as Part of Expansion Around the World

    Bulgaria is one of the 130 countries to which video streamer Netflix surprisingly announced on Wednesday it is expanding, its newly published list shows.Netflix co-founder and CEO Reed Hastings is quoted as saying at CES 2016, an international technology event, that the company is now bringing about “a new global TV network”.Another...

    Coca-cola New Year’s greeting upsets both Russians and Ukrainians
    Jan07

    Coca-cola New Year’s greeting upsets both Russians and Ukrainians

    Probably with good intentions, U.S. soft drink manufacturer Coca-Cola published a New Year’s greeting to customers on VK social network, by adding a picture of the territory of Russia with its internationally recognised borders, without land-grabbed Crimea. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    More Visitors to Bulgaria’s Ski Resorts during Christmas Holidays This Season
    Jan07

    More Visitors to Bulgaria’s Ski Resorts during Christmas Holidays This Season

    Bulgarian Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova has said more people visited ski resorts in the country around Christmas and New Year compared to the 2014-2015 winter holidays.Early estimates suggest the increase is nearly 3 percent, with some 370 tourists (both domestic and foreign) visiting and hotels cashing in BGN 337 M (EUR 172 M) from...

    The Latest: Ukraine ambassador says no one on UN Security Council speaks out against sanctions
    Jan06
    Coca-Cola map mix-up angers Russia and Ukraine
    Jan06

    Coca-Cola map mix-up angers Russia and Ukraine

    A New Year’s greeting from Coca-Cola has managed the rare feat of uniting Russia and Ukraine, in anger. The soft drinks giant posted a message to its customers on VK, a Russian social media site, featuring a map of Russia that did not include Crimea, which was annexed by Moscow in 2014. After a stream of complaints, the firm republished the...

    Ukrainians call for Coca-Cola boycott
    Jan06

    Ukrainians call for Coca-Cola boycott

    Ukrainians call for a boycott of Coca-Cola after the company shares a festive map of Russia including annexed Crimea. …read more Source:...

    Coca-Cola offends Ukraine and Russia with same post
    Jan06

    Coca-Cola offends Ukraine and Russia with same post

    Coca Cola has hastily backtracked after managing to offend both Russia and Ukraine with a social media post. An inital New Year’s message on the… …read more Source:...

    How to avoid nuclear catastrophe
    Jan06

    How to avoid nuclear catastrophe

    On North Korea’s recent nuclear test Unconfirmed reports today suggest that North Korea has detonated a nuclear device. The country’s new agency reported the test as a success, while western analysis of the shockwave suggests that the device may have “fizzled”—that is, the bomb core may not have undergone fission. North Korea’s...

    Villages in eastern Ukraine seized with truce in force
    Jan06

    Villages in eastern Ukraine seized with truce in force

    Warfare between pro-Russian rebels and government forces in eastern Ukraine has been reduced, nevertheless villages in the buffer zone have been seized by both sides, with international observers being concerned that fighting could start again. …read more Source: Baltic News...

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