Chess Gecamines hits out at Glencore in tit-for-tat row

Chess 10 Officials of Automobile Administration Agency Detained over Corruption

More than 10 employees of the Executive Agency “Automobile Administration“ in the city of Blagoevgrad were arrested in an anticorruption operation carried out by the Specialised Prosecutior’s Office and the chief directorate for combatting organized crime on

Chess The $500 apple: Woman Fined For Failing to Declare Fruit She Was Given on Flight

A woman from Colorado has been fined $500 (?360) after failing to declare an apple that she took from a transatlantic flight. Crystal Tadlock was given the fruit sealed in a wrapper on her Delta flight from Paris to Minneapolis on 18 April. She did not eat

Chess Gecamines hits out at Glencore in tat-for-tat row

Chess Next month’s pensions will be paid between May 8th and May 21st

Bulgarian Posts EAD informs its clients that on 1, 6, 7, and 24 May 2018 the post offices will not work. On May 5, post offices will work with Saturday's working hours. Next month's pensions will be paid out in the period 8-21 May 2018 according to the announced s

Chess The week in energy: China’s challenging shale gas

Progress of country’s shale gas industry has failed to live up to government’s hopes

Chess Bulgarian PM: Countries of the Western Balkans have to Show Their Will For Development

''The European perspective of our region has no alternative, and the Southeast European Cooperation Process remains the leading political format for an open and fair discussion on the important issues for us''. This was said by the Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko B

Chess G7 States Agree With UK That Russia ‘Highly Likely’ Responsible for Skripal Case

The G7 Foreign Ministers endorsed the UK position that Russia was "highly likely" responsible for the poisoning of former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the United Kingdom, reports Sputnik."We share, and agree with, the U.K.

Chess Toronto Van Suspect Attended Classes For Students with Special Needs

The suspect in a Toronto van attack that killed 10 people and injured 15 others on Monday attended a high school programme for students with special needs where he would often walk the halls with his head down and hands tightly clasped, according to former classmat

Chess Mostly Sunny Today in Bulgaria with Maximum Temperatures Between 26C° and 31°C

 It will be mostly sunny today. Around noon and in the afternoon, cloud will start gathering and in some places, mainly in the mountains, there will be short spells of rain with thunders. This is the weather forecast of the National Institute of Meteorology and H

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