Monthly Archives: July 2021

Norway’s beach handball team fined for refusing to wear bikini bottoms

Norwegian officials reacted sharply Tuesday after the country’s beach handball women were fined for wearing shorts instead of bikini bottoms in competition. The disciplinary commission of the European Handball Federation (EHF) on Monday fined the Norwegian team € 1,500 (1,768 US dollars) or 150 euros per player for “improper clothing” …

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Maike Diekmann, Namibia’s rowing star

MAIKE Diekmann has made a spectacular rise in rowing and has gone from absolute beginner to African champion in just five years. She first started rowing in late 2014 when she was helping out a social race while studying at Grahamstown University and making an instant impression. Her team won …

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Handball players are fined for rejecting bikini uniforms

In a 2006 letter to the International Handball Federation, the Norwegian Handball Federation said the obligation for women to wear bikini bottoms was impervious to the cultural norms of some countries and could be embarrassing for those who did not want to expose so much of their bodies so seen …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: All 28 districts are green zones

According to the report by the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases (NCIPD), all 28 districts in Bulgaria are classified as “green zones” in terms of Covid-19 infection rates for the 14-day period up to July 18. However, the division of the districts has changed. To be a green …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: the death toll is 18,174

The deaths of five people who tested positive for Covid-19 in Bulgaria were recorded on Sunday, bringing the country’s disease-related death toll to 18,174, according to the National Information System report dated July 19. Of 5936 tests done the previous day, 57 – about 0.96 percent – turned out positive. …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 29 dead in the past week

A total of 29 people in Bulgaria who tested positive for Covid-19 died last week, the lowest number of Covid-19 fatalities in a week in the country since early 2021. According to the National Information System report dated July 18, the death toll from Covid-19 in Bulgaria is now 18,169. …

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The caretaker’s cabinet has done its job, says President Radef

Rumen Radev assessed the caretaker’s work. He expressed his opinion that he had successfully completed his assigned task of “beginning the dismantling of the evil model and the restoration of the nation”. “Building a successful cabinet that benefits people’s trust requires responsibility and effort, openness and constructive dialogue, integrity and …

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Day 6 recap: Italy’s champions in Sofia Challenger and Slovakia win the Skopje Challenger title – FIBA ​​U20 Women’s European Challengers 2021

MUNICH (Germany) – Italy and Slovakia became the youngest nations to become champions in the various FIBA ​​U20 Women’s European Challengers after winning titles in Sofia and Skopje respectively. Headlines:– Italy do the deal against Latvia to be crowned Sofia Challenger winner.– Slovakia are still undefeated and too hot to …

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“Green corridors” for jabs against Covid-19 in Bulgaria this weekend

According to the national information system, there will be “green corridors” for vaccinations against Covid-19 for all newcomers this weekend in Bulgaria‘s capital Sofia and in other parts of the country. In Sofia, the “vaccination bus” of the regional health inspection at the Central Bus Station will be open from …

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Bulgaria’s President convenes Parliament on July 21st

SOFIA (Bulgaria), July 16 (SeeNews) – Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev will convene the newly elected parliament on July 21 after the populist formation There Is Such a People (TISP) won a quick vote on Sunday, the head of state said on Sunday Friday “There is a clear constitutional model and …

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Details about the new AEW TNT championship

Miro unveiled a new version of the TNT Championship at AEW Dynamite on Wednesday, featuring a white bracelet and a green coating. Belts By Dan, who made the belt, revealed some of the technical aspects of the title. He wrote: “Plates stacked. Double coating. Hand dremeled nugget texturing. Cut out …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: All but 3 districts are green zones

25 of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are Covid-19 green zones, which according to the report of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases (NCIPD) for the 14th day period to July 11th. Three districts are yellow zones, which means an infection rate between 20 and 59.9 per 100 …

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Fibank again voted as the Bulgarians’ favorite brand

Fibank headquarters SOFIA, BULGARIA, July 13, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — For another year, Fibank (First Investment Bank) took first place in the Financial Institutions category of Bulgaria’s most popular brands, the only consumer ranking in the country. The award went to Mr. Nikola Bakalov, Chairman of the Board and CEO of …

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US Congress delegation visits Sofia and Varna

July 12, 2021 US Congress delegation visits Sofia and Varna During their visit to Sofia and Varna July 8-11, the U.S. Congress delegation spoke to government, religious, and civil society organizations on a wide variety of topics, including regional cooperation, freedom of the media, religious diversity and tolerance, security, and …

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COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 16 new cases – Novinite.com

16 new cases of coronavirus have been registered in Bulgaria in the past 24 hours. According to the Unified Information Portal, no one died. New infections were identified by 5989 tests (less than 0.27% were positive). The total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria reached 422,462. They were …

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Institute for Music welcomes three new singing faculties

Photos submitted Counterclockwise from top right: Lauren Clare, Lenora Green and Jonathan Stinson. The Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences Department of Music is proud to welcome three new singing faculties to the University of Arkansas. These bring diverse experience and research in the fields of opera, jazz science, music …

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Voting underway in Bulgaria’s July early parliamentary elections

Voting is underway in Bulgaria‘s second parliamentary elections in 2021. The July 11 early parliamentary elections are a consequence of the 45th National Assembly, elected on April 4, not having voted a government into office, and thus having been dissolved. Twenty-three political parties and coalitions, with a total of more …

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Beautiful quotes about Sofia Vergara motherhood

Sofia Vergara isn’t a beginner when it comes to parenting. The actress became a mother at the age of 19 when she gave birth to their son Manolo with her then-husband Joe Gonzalez. Over the years, she has opened up in interviews about being a young mother, her relationship with …

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NITHM signs MoU with UFT

NITHM signs MoU with UFT

The MoU was virtually signed during a conference on ‘Hyderabad and Plovdiv Cooperation in Innovative Education and Tourism’ Hyderabad: The city-based National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management Hyderabad (NITHM) signed a letter of intent with the University of Food Technologies (UFT), Plovdiv, Bulgaria to develop cooperation in research and …

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Bulgaria’s Postbank launches digital wallet

The last generation ONE wallet – a recently launched mobile wallet from Postbank Bulgaria, a member of the Eurobank Group, is the latest service developed in collaboration with global technology company Software Group (SoftwareGroup.com). Based on the Software Group’s mobile wallet platform, ONE Wallet is a high-tech application of the …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 2 deaths last day, 0.49% tested positive

Two people in Bulgaria who tested positive for Covid-19 died last day, bringing the country’s death toll from the disease to 18,129, according to the national information system report dated July 8. The two were a 70-year-old woman with heart disease and diabetes and a 36-year-old man from whom there …

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Scotland to be “COVID Capital” of Europe – Novinite.com

According to the Scottish newspaper, Scotland has become the “COVID capital” of Europe, with five out of ten of the areas with the highest infection rates. Citing the World Health Organization, The Scotsman reported that Tayside has the highest rate of COVID cases in Europe with 677 cases. Lothian follows …

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European partners are on the Skopje website – EURACTIV.com

Bulgaria‘s Executive Prime Minister Stefan Yanev has complained to the Slovenian Ambassador that “ÖOur European partners take sides, tolerate North Macedonia and blame Bulgaria for no real and well-founded reason. ” Yanev made the comment at a meeting with Ambassador Andrzej Franges on Tuesday to discuss issues on the European …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 24 green zones, 4 yellow zones

According to the weekly report of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases (NCIP) for the 14-day period, 24 of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are classified as green Covid-19 zones and the remaining four as yellow zones July 4th. The classification as a green zone means an infection …

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Covid-19: Bulgaria is updating country color coding

The Minister of Health of the caretaker Stoicho Katsarov has issued an order updating the color coding of the countries according to their Covid-19 situation, which sets the rules for arrivals from these countries in Bulgaria. The rules for arrivals, according to the color coding of a country, can be …

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Full schedule, squad, seasons and live streaming details

The European Cricket Series is moving from Hungary to Bulgaria, with the ECS T10 Bulgaria starting on July 5th. A total of five teams will compete against each other at the ECS T10 Bulgaria 2021 in the National Sports Academy in Sofia. The five teams competing for silver are Indo-Bulgarian …

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Bulgaria is considering incentives to increase COVID-19 vaccinations

SOFIA, July 4 (Reuters) – Bulgaria is considering offering incentives to encourage people to get vaccinated against COVID-19, Interim Prime Minister Stefan Yanev said on Sunday. Bulgaria is one of the few countries where people can choose between four different anti-coronavirus vaccinations approved in the European Union. Yet only 14.5% …

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