Monthly Archives: September 2021

Ship stranded off the Bulgarian coast raises fears of marine pollution

A screenshot of a drone video of Konstantin Dishliev’s ship uploaded to YouTube on September 23. Environmentalists have raised concerns that the waters around Yaylata in northern Bulgaria could be polluted as rescue workers unload nitrogen fertilizers from the Panama-registered cargo ship Vera Su, which has been in operation since …

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Power is a double-edged sword for the global metals sector

The world will need many more metals like copper, nickel and aluminum if it is to be decarbonised. The potential “green” boom in demand due to more renewable energies, more electricity infrastructure and more electric vehicles is the promise of tomorrow for such “energy transition” metals. But as China first …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 87 dead last day, 2142 new cases

77 people in Bulgaria who tested positive for Covid-19 died last day, bringing the country’s disease-related death toll to 20,812, according to the Health Ministry report dated Sept. 30. Of 19,237 tests done the previous day, 2,142 – about 11.13 percent – were positive. The number of confirmed cases of …

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Bulgaria should learn from China’s experience: Minister

SOFIA, September 29 (Xinhuanet) – Bulgaria‘s Justice Minister Yanaki Stoilov said here on Wednesday that his country should learn from China’s experience and that Sofia and Beijing should further expand bilateral cooperation. Stoilov’s remarks came in a letter to an international conference marking the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist …

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