Monthly Archives: June 2021

Sofia Richie shows slim pins in stylish navy leggings

Sofia Richie flaunts sleek pins in stylish navy leggings while keeping her cool in LA with braided pigtails By Sameer Suri for Dailymail.com Released: 7:43 PM EDT, June 30, 2021 | Updated: 8:45 PM EDT, June 30, 2021 She has built a career as a model. But Sofia Richie showed …

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Four other actors accompany Amblin’s last journey the Demeter

Four other actors accompany Amblin’s last journey the Demeter Another one Dracula Spin-off film is in the works, and this one fills its cast with multiple recognizable faces. The Hollywood Reporter reports that David Dastmalchian, Liam Cunningham, Aisling Franciosi and Javier Botet all make up the cast of Amblins Demeter’s …

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The American Sofia Kenin will not compete in the Tokyo Olympics

America’s top ranked women’s and men’s singles player Sofia Kenin has announced that she will not take part in the Tokyo Olympics. Kenin announced the news after being kicked out of the second round of Wimbledon by her American Madison Brengle. “Yes, I am not playing in the Olympics. Yes, …

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The star of the Bulgarian barbecue

I was fortunate enough to spend six weeks in Bulgaria in the late 1990s, just as the nation came out under the yoke of 50 years of communism. The isolation of the country helped keep Bulgarian food relatively unknown to western visitors, but I was quickly introduced to a wide …

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Make the summer the Bulgarian way

July morning: Bulgaria‘s coolest summer tradition July morning is one of the newest Bulgarian traditions, with thousands of people going to the coast and celebrating the sunrise on July 1st Every year Bulgarians celebrate the beginning of summer by waiting for sunrise on July 1st, a hippie-rooted tradition that began …

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The 5 best things to do in Bulgaria – Novinite.com

From the capital Sofia, through the vast nature of the Rila Mountains with a breathtakingly beautiful church, to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Bulgaria – this Balkan country offers you an incredible variety. Here you will find everything from food to casinos and nature to city life. 1. Bulgaria’s …

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European airlines increase flight capacity – AirlineGeeks.com

[ News ]June 23, 2021 9:05 p.m. ET By Jose Antonio Payet European airlines are increasing flight capacity Europe prepares for a busy summer season as vaccination campaigns continue and more people vaccinated against COVID-19. According to FlightGlobal, the number of planes parked on the continent for more than a …

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Sofia stock exchange SOFIX index falls, Sopharma leads retreaters

SOFIA (Bulgaria), June 23 (SeeNews) – The blue-chip SOFIX index of the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE) fell 0.01% to 550.18 points on Wednesday after the share price of pharmaceutical company Sopharma. had fallen by 4.95% [BUL:SFA], stock market data showed. A total of 121,229 Sopharma shares were traded on Wednesday …

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BA Glass Group invests EUR 60 million in Sofia plant

SOFIA, Bulgaria, June 23 (SeeNews) – Portuguese glass packaging manufacturer BA Glass Group will invest nearly 60 million euros ($ 71.7 million) in modernizing its plant in Sofia, the company announced on Wednesday. BA Glass plans to build a new glass packaging furnace at the plant to streamline manufacturing processes …

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Bulgaria encourages the Roma minority to get vaccinated against Covid-19

In light of worryingly low vaccination rates against Covid-19 among the Bulgarian Roma minority fueled by misinformation about vaccines, the municipality’s health ministry will provide more information about vaccination to the community, according to a briefing on June 22nd. Hristo Nikolov, a health mediator at the Sofia Regional Health Inspectorate, …

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The death toll from Covid-19 in Bulgaria reaches 18,000 mark

The deaths of 10 people in Bulgaria who tested positive for Covid-19 have been recorded in the past 24 hours, increasing the number of disease-related deaths in the country, according to the National Information System report dated Jan. Bulgaria passed the 17,000 death toll from Covid-19 on May 10, 16,000 …

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Russia resumes flights with Belgium, Bulgaria, Jordan, Ireland, Italy, Cyprus, North Macedonia, the United States and Turkey

Tatyana Golikova held a meeting of the Emergency Response Center to prevent the import and spread of the novel coronavirus infection on Russian territory. Following the discussion and taking into account the epidemiological situation in several countries, it was decided to resume regular reciprocal air traffic with the following countries …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 7 deaths last day, 0.71% tested positive

Seven people in Bulgaria who tested positive for Covid-19 died last day, bringing the country’s disease-related death toll to 17,987, according to the national information system’s daily report, Jan. Of 14,771 tests done the previous day, 105 – about 0.71 percent – turned out positive. To date, 420,964 cases of …

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Photos show Loris Karius with another woman

Sofia Tomala and Loris Karius broke up after two and a half years of relationship. Now pictures of the goalkeeper appear, in which he is courting another woman. “One thing must be said about this: We are separate people! From now on he can do what he wants. ”With these …

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Settlers trailer with Johnny Lee Miller and Sofia Boutella

While humanity is still sending probes out to Mars and theorising what the colonization of the planet might look like in reality, fiction has already made great strides, especially in the upcoming movie. Settlers. And as the trailer for the IFC film (below) proves, people found in it not only …

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Adventure from Romania to Istanbul | Reiter magazine

Drive on the Transalpina road in the Carpathian Mountains. There were many such roads on the Romania to Istanbul adventure with Adriatic Moto Tours. (Photos courtesy of Adriatic Moto Tours) A 14 day motorcycle tour of Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey with all the streets and meals, people and historical …

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Arangetram in times of pandemic

The all-important debut: live or virtual? Dance gurus discuss the question An arangetram is the moment every young classical dancer looks forward to. It should be the first time that they stand on stage and prove their talent and years of intensive training. There is as much personal fulfillment as …

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European Union adds US to safe travel list

Aerial footage of the island of Kea, also known as Gia or Tzia, Zea and, in antiquity, Keos, is a Greek island in the Cyclades archipelago in the Aegean Sea. Kea is part of the Kea-Kythnos regional unit. NurPhoto | NurPhoto | Getty Images LONDON – The European Union decided …

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EU to lift entry restrictions for all US travelers | News | DW

European Union countries have reached an agreement to ease entry restrictions for travelers from the United States and seven other nations and territories, officials said on Wednesday. The white list, which allows non-essential travel from outside the bloc, would now be extended to include Albania, North Macedonia, Serbia, Lebanon, the …

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Odelo Bulgaria relocates spare parts production from Germany to Plovdiv

SOFIA (Bulgaria), June 16 (SeeNews) – Odelo Bulgaria, part of the German automotive supplier odelo Group, is relocating the production of spare parts for headlights from Germany to a new plant near Bulgaria’s second largest city, Plovdiv. currently under construction, reported local media. The spare parts production lines currently installed …

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Update of the law on the protection of privacy: European Commission adopts new standard contractual clauses for transfers of personal data | Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP

On June 4, 2021, the European Commission adopted new sets of standard contractual clauses (new CCNs) that organizations can use when transferring personal data protected by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to countries outside the European Union (EU). The new SCCs were long overdue, but their issuance creates a …

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