Chess Bulgaria Can’t Get Enough of Brazil’s Presidential Candidate Rousseff

By Renata Giraldi Brazzil Magazine Brazil and Bulgaria are worlds apart.... Source


Chess Bulgaria’s New Ombudsman Swears In

Konstantin Penchev, former chair of the Supreme Administrative Court (VAS), will swear in as Bulgaria's new ombudsman at the beginning of the parliamentary session on Wednesday. Penchev was the candidate of the ruling, center-right Citizens for European Developmen


Chess UK aid worker released in Somalia

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 Gunmen kill 25 in Pakistani city

At least 25 people have been killed in attacks by gunmen in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi, police say.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.


Chess Fee freeze

The licence fee is being frozen for the next six years These are highly significant changes for the BBC, finalised in a hectic few hours before publication of the government's spending review. They will be formally announced on Wednesday. Only a few weeks ago,


Chess Anita Hill asked to apologise

The wife of US Justice Clarence Thomas contacts Anita Hill with a request to apologise over accusations of sexual harassment against her husband 19 years ago.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible


Chess Small Business News: Social Media Guerrilla Style

David Siteman Garland host of “The Rise To The Top” blog, Webcast and TV show on entrepreneurship has written a book called Smarter, Faster Cheaper Non-Boring Fluff-Free Strategies for Marketing and Promoting Your Business to describe a new way of build


Chess Court to rule on heiress pre-nup

A decision by the Supreme Court later in the divorce case of a German heiress could change the law on pre-nuptial agreements.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external inter


Chess France set for seventh strike day

Despite the disruption to transport services, the strikers continue to attract popular support French workers are set to continue their protests against planned pension reforms with a seventh day of walkouts. Transport workers said they would continue their rol


Chess ‘Tipsy’ gene clue to alcohol and addiction

Scientists say they have found a "tipsy" gene that explains why some people feel the effects of alcohol after only a few drinks.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external in


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