Chess Barcelona Attack: Van Driver Shot Dead by Police

Spanish police have shot dead the main suspect in last Thursday's Barcelona attack, Younes Abouyaaqoub. Police believe he was the driver of a van which careered down the Las Ramblas avenue, killing 13 and injuring more than 100 others. He was killed some 25 miles


Chess Bulgarian President: ‘Project for Purchase of New Fighter Aircraft Should Not Be Dropped’

"The project for the purchase of a new fighter aircraft for the needs of the Bulgarian Air Force should by no means be dropped," Bulgaria’s President Roumen Radev said on 21st of August during a visit in Burgas, reported the Bulgarian National Television.  Acc


Chess Sofia Municipality Will Start Marking Dangerous Trees in Borisova Garden in Sofia

Today will start the marking of dangerous, dry and rotten trees in Borisova Garden, reported bTV. At the beginning of the month a branch of a tree in the Central Metropolitan park fell on a mother with a child and slightly injured the woman. Even then, the Munici


Chess Thousands of Sofia Citizens will not have Hot Water For 3 Days

A large part of the citizens of Sofia will be left without hot water from today and the inconvenience will last for 3 days, reported bTV. The reason is a planned repair of Bulgartransgaz on the gas transmission network, which will not give natural gas to some of t


Chess Earthquake Strikes Italian Island of Ischia, Killing at Least 2

Two women have died and 39 people were injured – at least one of them seriously – after a magnitude 4.0 earthquake struck the Italian island of Ischia, off the coast of Naples, reported The Guardian.  One woman was buried under the rubble of her home in the t


Chess Wood Group profits tumble 77% as North Sea oil work dries up



Chess Trump Rules Out Afghan Troops Withdrawal

President Donald Trump has said a hasty US withdrawal from Afghanistan would leave a vacuum for terrorists to fill, rpeorted BBC. He said his original instinct was to pull US forces out, but had instead decided to stay and "fight to win" - avoiding the mistakes ma


Chess Romania, Behind Bulgaria and Hungary on Tourist Accommodation Capacity

Romania had a little over 326,000 bed-places in tourist accommodation establishments in 2016, slightly more than in 2015 (325,841 bed-places), but still behind neighboring countries such as Bulgaria and Hungary, Romania-Insider reported.Tourist accommodation esta


Chess UK eyes rethink after high cost of nuclear plant

Ministers stung by criticism of deal to provide new energy infrastructure at Hinkley


Chess BHP bows to activist pressure to exit US shale

Mining group ‘actively pursuing options’ to sell unit, after Elliott intervention


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