Chess Thousands Protest in Poland Against Court Reorganizations

Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Warsaw and towns across Poland on Thursday night to protest the ruling party's drive to reorganize all levels of the judiciary, including contentious legislation that gives control of the nation's Supreme Court to


Chess Sunny Weather Today with Up to 35°

The weather will be sunny today, though clouds are expected to develop in the afternoon, mainly in the mountainous regions.There will be light northeastern wind. Temperatures will further increase, with maximum ones reaching 30° to 35°, according to the Nationa


Chess Levski Sofia is Out and Botev Plovdiv Crushed its Opponent Last Night in Europa League

Levski's team is eliminated from the Europa League. 'The Blues' lost 1: 2 to Hajduk (Split) in a match-rematch of the second qualifying round of the tournament. So the players of Nikolay Mitov leave the race with a total score of 1: 3. The guests deservedly go ahea


Chess The Vocalist of Linkin Park is Found Dead

Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington died at the age of 41, the BBC said, quoting the Los Angeles Prosecutor. The Associated Press reports that it is probably suicide by hanging. A police source told the TMZ site that his body was found shortly before 9am local


Chess The Rating of Theresa May is Constantly Declining

British Prime Minister Teresa May's rating has reached a record low in the past year, according to a survey by the Ipsos MORI poll, published by Evening Standard. Only 34% of respondents are satisfied with the work of the prime minister, while 59% of them express d


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Chess Technical Problem Blocked Part of Sofia Subway

A technical problem with the subway trains in the capital blocked the traffic between the stations ''Vasil Levski'' and ''Sofia University - St. Kliment Ohridski'' this morning, the press center of the Sofia Municipality announced, quoted by bTV.  The movement wa


Chess Rare Gold Coin Was Discovered in Burgas District

A rare gold coin from the time of the Byzantine Emperor Phocas was discovered during excavations at Rusokastro Fortress, which is located on a hill near Zhelyazovo village, in Burgas district in southeastern Bulgaria, quoted by the Bulgarian National Television. 


Chess Earthquake in Turkey Causes ”Small Tsunami”

A small tsunami has been reported on the Turkish coast following a strong earthquake, the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre says, quoted by BBC.The 6.7-magnitude quake hit 12km (seven miles) south of the Turkish city of Bodrum, in the Aegean Sea, with a d


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