Chess Bulgaria Said to Lobby for No-Frills Ryanair

Irish low-cost air carrier Ryanair, which is due to launch flights to Bulgaria's Plovdiv airport in September this year, may be granted compensations for each empty seat aboard its planes thanks to lobbying by two ministries, a report says. The plan for assisting

Chess Deaths as Israeli Forces Storm Gaza Aid Ship

Мore than 10 people have been killed after Israeli commandos stormed a convoy of ships carrying aid to the Gaza Strip, the Israeli army says. Armed forces boarded the vessels overnight, clashing with some of the 600 protesters on board. The exact location of the

Chess Singapore chases green dollars in clean-tech race

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Chess Romanians Go on Strike over Wage Cuts

Hundreds of thousands of Romanian public workers are expected to go on strike on Monday to protest against sweeping wage cuts the government is making to reduce the budget deficit. Cartel Alfa union leader Bogdan Hossu says some 700,000 doctors, medical staff, tea

Chess Bulgarian Girls Use More Tobacco than Boys – Survey

More girls are using tobacco than boys in Bulgaria, Mexico, New Zealand and Nigeria, shows a new survey of the World Health Organization (WHO) on youth smoking in 151 countries. The results were released as the world marks the World No Tobacco Day, May 31, on whic

Chess Nessebar – the Black Sea’s Cheap but Chic Resort

Daily Mail Lunch hadn't been this relaxing for ages. On one side of the terrace was the sea, deep blue and sparkling; on the other was the restaurant, almost hidden by a huge fig tree surrounded by irises. ... Source

Chess Bulgaria Police Hits Gang of "Crooks"

Bulgarian commandos have made three arrests during a special police operation, code-named "The Crooks", in a neighborhood of the capital Sofia, police announced. "The operation targeted businessmen, who are representatives in Bulgaria of a huge German company," In

Chess Lost Competitiveness, Deficits And The Euro Crisis

By Uri Dadush & Shimelse Ali, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Gov Monitor The eight newest European Union (EU) members (Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Romania) are committed to eventually adopting the

Chess Bulgaria Launches Trial against Top Crime Boss

A Bulgarian court will convene on Monday for the trial against alleged crime boss Zlatomir Ivanov aka Zlatko Baretata (The Barret) and 20 other defendants. Baretata is charged as the ringleader of an organized crime group dealing with illegal drug trafficking and

Chess Small Business Video Editing: Pinnacle Studio 14 Review

Video editing can be an intimidating and time-consuming process for many small business owners, but Pinnacle Studio 14, by Avid Technology, makes it relatively easy.  This video editing and production tool is aimed at the consumer market, but I found it ideal for

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