Chess Bulgaria Foreign Ministry Upholds New Visa Procedures

The Bulgarian Ministry refused to amend the new visa waver procedures for Russian tourist during Monday discussions with representatives of the Bulgarian tourist associations. The meeting was initiated by the Bulgarian tourist branch after the Ministry announced 1


Chess SNP hits cash target in legal bid

The Scottish National Party says it has raised £50,000 to proceed with legal action over the prime ministerial debate on BBC One on Thursday.The party said it was not trying to stop the broadcast but it wanted an SNP politician included "for balance"


Chess Classy O’Sullivan ousts Williams

Date: 17 April-3 May 2010 Venue: The Crucible, SheffieldCoverage: Live coverage each day on BBC Two, BBC Red Button and BBC Sport website (UK only), updates on BBC Radio 5 Live. Ronnie O'Sullivan and Mark Williams were locked at eight frames apiece going into the


Chess 14 Bidders Vie to Clean Bulgaria’s Capital Sofia

Fourteen companies have submitted offers for cleaning nineteen districts in the Bulgarian capital Sofia, which has been battling garbage problems for years. The bulk of the bidders are Bulgarian companies, but there are also Romanian and German, it emerged on Mond


Chess Bulgaria Deputy Health Minister Resigns

Bulgarian Deputy Health Minister Mila Vlaskovska has submitted her resignation on 23 April, reports BTA. Vlaskovska was head of the Medicine Policy Department of the Bulgarian Health Ministry. Last Wednesday Anna-Maria-Borisova was appointed new Bulgarian health


Chess Putin: Russia, Italy Grant France’s EDF Up to 20% of South Stream

French energy company Electricite de France may have a share of up to 20% of the South Stream gas transit pipeline, Russian PM Vladimir Putin announced. Putin met Monday with his Italian counterpart Silvio Berlusconi prior to a summit at Villa Gernetto in Lesmo ne


Chess Roaring O’Sullivan downs Williams

Date: 17 April-3 May 2010 Venue: The Crucible, SheffieldCoverage: Live coverage each day on BBC Two, BBC Red Button and BBC Sport website (UK only), updates on BBC Radio 5 Live. Ronnie O'Sullivan and Mark Williams were locked at eight frames apiece going into the


Chess Bulgaria’s New Gas Deal Talks with Russia Grind to a Halt

The negotiations between Bulgaria and Russia for a new natural gas contract have come to a standstill, announced Dimitar Gogov, CEO of Bulgargaz. According to Gogov, the talks which were supposed to eliminate the intermediaries between Gazprom as a natural gas sup


Chess Labour axes Muslim row candidate

The Labour Party has suspended its candidate for South East Cambridgeshire over allegations of inappropriate comments on an online forum.A party spokesman described the actions of John Cowan as "totally unacceptable and well below what the party expects of its


Chess Row mounts over hung parliament

The UK is "trapped" in a political system which could throw up "eccentric outcomes" and requires change, Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has said."I don't think after this election it will ever be possible to put the genie back in the bo


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