Chess Bulgarian President Radev: Protests are Normal, Government Should Point to Solution

Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev said on 12th of November that resignations were not a decision but an escape. The head of state's comments came a day after protests in the country against fuel prices and the raising of the old car tax and third party liability

Chess 29% Prefer Communicating with Remote Employees by Phone, Survey Says

A new survey from Voxbone reveals the phone is still the preferred technology for staying in touch for remote workers. This might be somewhat surprising considering the popularity of text and IM, but a phone call is hard to beat to quickly get your point across; e

Chess At Least Six Killed in Kabul Suicide Attack

Six people were killed when a suicide bomber blew himself up in Kabul Monday, close to where scores of Afghans had been protesting against Taliban attacks on the minority Hazara ethnic group, reports AFP.  The attack is the latest in a wave of violence across war

Chess Euronews: Statue Found in Bulgaria Could ‘Push Back’ Europe’s Neolithic Era

Archaeologists have uncovered an 8,000-year-old figurine of a woman's upper body in a dig in northwest Bulgaria, reports Euronews.  A team of archaeologists made the discovery near a prehistoric settlement located in the Vidin District, close to the River D

Chess The Average Salary in Bulgaria is 1135 Leva

According to the preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute, the number of employed and work-related employees at the end of September 2018 decreased by 36.9 thousand, or by 1.6% compared to the end of June 2018, reaching 2.32 million. Compared to the

Chess EC Will Present Tomorrow the Progress Reports on Bulgaria and Romania on the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism

The European Commission will present tomorrow the progress reports on Bulgaria and Romania on the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism, reported the Bulgarian National Television.  It is expected that monitoring of the justice system in Bulgaria will drop off w

Chess What is Black Friday and How Does It Impact Your Small Business?

This year Black Friday falls on November 23. This is the day where retailers offer special deals and it happens after Thanksgiving. The payoff for small businesses is big sales.  The phrase was first coined by the Philadelphia Police Department to describe th


Diego Galdino lives in Rome and has a cafeteria where he works as a barista and uses all his imagination to delight customers with a variety of aromatic coffee recipes. After making a nice coffee, writing is his other passion. The novel "Morning Coffee in Rome" ("

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Chess Nutritionists Have Identified the Most Beneficial For Health Foods

British nutritionists made a list of food products whose consumption not only improves mood but also allows us to get rid of many diseases, including chronic, the Bulgarian National Television said. First place in the list of useful food products is celery and w

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