Chess Stoichkov Set to Join Barcelona FC Management

The legendary striker of Bulgaria and Barcelona FC Hristo Stoichkov will most likely be joining the management of the Catalan team. Stoichkov himself has announced that expects to sign a contract with Barcelona FC for a position close to the head coach of the lead

Chess Incentives, taxes to drive Japan low-carbon push

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is preparing both incentives and taxes to encourage companies to cut greenhouse gases, a government official said on Wednesday, shrugging off criticism that he said focused on... Source

Chess Bulgaria to Lose Only BGN 15 M from Extended NPP Repairs

Bulgaria is going to suffer losses of about BGN 15 M from having to extend the repairs of Unit 6 of the Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant by 10 days. The losses will be incurred because the state-owned plant will be unable to produce the planned amount of electricity,

Chess Jurgen Roth: Prosecutors Must Follow Suit after My Court Victory in Bulgaria exclusive interview with Jurgen Roth, a top German investigative journalist and a thorough analyst of organized crime and the mafia in the countries from Central and Eastern Europe. Author of bestsellers like The Red Bosses, The Grid of Terror.... S

Chess Bulgarian Parliament Balks at Turkey EU Accession Referendum

The Bulgarian Parliament has cited legislation inadequacies as a reason not to delay the scheduling of a referendum on Turkey's EU accession. After heated debates on the referendum petition tabled by the nationalist party VMRO, which is backed by 330 000 signature

Chess Defeated Bulgaria’s Ex Interior Minister: Jurgen Roth Is Mudslinger

Even after he lost the court battle against Jurgen Roth, Bulgaria's former Interior Minister Rumen Petkov continues to claim the renowned German publicist is a "liar" and "mudslinger". "There is not a single truth in what Roth says," Rumen Petkov said in an interv

Chess Court rules in favour of pre-nup

Katrin Radmacher and Nicolas Granatino spent most of their married life in west London A decision by the Supreme Court later in the divorce case of a German heiress could change the law on pre-nuptial agreements in England and Wales. In July, the Court of Appeal

Chess Aid worker overjoyed at release

A British security consultant kidnapped six days ago by armed gunmen in Somalia has been released, the charity Save the Children says. The Zimbabwean-born man was seized in the town of Adado last Thursday. A local colleague seized with him was freed the next day

Chess Chilean miners’ warning ‘ignored’

A Chilean politician alleges miners voiced fears but were told to stay underground on the day the San Jose mine collapsed, but the company denies this.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the

Chess Bulgarian Steel Mill Stomana Regains Jobs Lost to Crisis

Bulgaria's largest operational steel-maker Stomana Industry has announced it would hire 100 new workers. According to Tomcho Tomov, HR Manager of the plant based in the city of Pernik, the plant is starting to regain the jobs it had to shed as the economic crisis

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