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Somali Pirates Attacks Hurt Ships’ Crews and Families
Warships from more than 10 countries were sent to patrol the Gulf of Aden—the only place that leads ...
September 21, 2010
Europe Mulls Over Global Bank Tax
Members of the in the European Parliament (MEPs ) discussed the possibility of developing a plan for global ...
March 12, 2010
Europe to Strengthen Policy on Security and Defense
The European Union has to strengthen its strategic autonomy and pursue a strong and effective foreign policy.
March 12, 2010
Ivan Barzakov Launches Poetry Collection in Bulgaria
As a young man, Professor Ivan Barzakov tried to escape from Bulgaria's communist regime.
Arts & Culture
December 8, 2009
Former Bulgarian Prime Minister Surrenders His Immunity
Former Bulgarian Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev has given up his immunity from prosecution.
November 8, 2009
Communist Crimes Will Not Be Studied in Bulgarian Schools
Draft law that envisioned a change in textbook content to include information about communist regime crimes rejected.
November 2, 2009
Bulgarian PM Cuts Council of Ministers Expenditures
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov ordered a halt of protocol and representative costs.
October 28, 2009
Three Lions Guard Bulgarian Coat of Arms
In the European tradition, at weddings of nobles special coats of arms are made.
October 6, 2009
Opposition Defeat Socialists in Bulgarian Elections
Winning the country's most recent parliamentary elections by a wide margin against socialist coalition, the opposition party, lead ...
July 6, 2009
Bulgaria: A Starting Point in Human Trafficking
Victims from many nations are brought through Bulgaria to be forced into prostitution in Europe.
June 20, 2009
Soccer Stars Joined Campaign for European Elections
Footballers Luis Figo, David Villa, Carlos Marchena LÃ³pez, and Cristian Chivu, and the cyclists FrÃ¤nk and Andy Schleck ...
June 5, 2009
EU Uses 12 Million Animals for Experiments Annually
Around 12 million animals are used each year in the European Union (EU) for research purposes.
May 13, 2009
European Council to Discuss Treaty of Lisbon
The European Council will hold a summit on the successful completion of the ratification of the Treaty of ...
May 13, 2009
Europe to Extend Copyrights for Musicians to 70 Years
European Parliament agreed to increase the term of copyright protection for performers and record producers from 50 to ...
April 30, 2009
Ukraine Honors the Memory of the Victims of Chernobyl
Twenty-three years ago, at 1:23 a.m., an explosion took place in one of Chernobyl's nuclear reactors. The radioactive ...
April 29, 2009
Human Trafficking in Europe Outweighs Drug Smuggling, says Report
The current scale of human trafficking outweighs the smuggling and spreading of drugs, according to a recent report ...
April 14, 2009
European Union Warms Up Relations With the U.S.
Deputies in the European Parliament adopted a resolution on a new agreement for transatlantic partnership during their meeting ...
March 30, 2009
EU Parliamentary Elections to be Held in June
Forthcoming EU parliamentary elections will be held on June 4-7, with campaigns held simultaneously in all 27 EU ...
March 29, 2009
European Parliament Considers Restrictions for Video Games
The EU has a adopted a list of rules for labeling video games, as wells tools to restrict ...
March 21, 2009
March European Council to Address Financial Crisis and Energy
The European Council (EC) will meet March 19—20. The meeting will focus mainly on the financial crisis, energy ...
March 19, 2009
European Countries Admit Role in Prisoner Detention
Some European countries were also responsible for the illegal detention of prisoners by the CIA, the European Parliament ...
February 23, 2009
Bulgaria Wants Compensation, Alternative Energy Sources After Crippling Gas Crisis
"Bulgarian factories lost approximately 85 million Euros due to the Russian gas crisis," Bulgarian minister of economy and ...
January 26, 2009
Greece—Yaso, Ouzo, and ‘Meteora’
If you want to see an olive before it is picked, you must visit Greece.
January 26, 2009
European Parliament Concerned about Rights Violations in the EU
Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) expressed concerns about the "high number of fundamental...
January 23, 2009
Berlin—History, Shopping, and Sunlight
Berlin is one of the most preferred tourist destinations in Europe—bright, modern, cosmopolitan.
January 21, 2009
EU Cuts Funding to Bulgaria
The EU's European Commission (EC) has halted millions in funding to member Bulgaria, due to fraud and corruption
December 2, 2008
East European Migrant Workers Flee to Avoid Economic Crisis
A high percentage of migrant workers will return home to escape the ongoing economic woes, a recent study ...
November 19, 2008
Couple’s Enduring Love Marred by Years of Imprisonment and Torture
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More Troops Will Be Sent to the Middle East, Says Trump
Rep. Adam Schiff Receives Backlash After Calling AG Barr Investigation ‘Un-American’
CrossFit Boycotts Facebook, Instagram, Lists Litany of Complaints
Obama-Appointed Judge Who Upheld Committee’s Subpoena of Trump Donated to Democrats on Committee
Trump Criticizes House Democrats for Trying to Get Mueller to Testify
Trump Appeals Ruling Which Upheld Subpoenas for His Bank Records
Trump Authorizes AG Barr to Declassify 2016 Presidential Campaign Surveillance Documents
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Facebook Says It Removed 2.2 Billion Fake Accounts in 3 Months