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NATO has no intention of staying out of the Black Sea for long – Novinite.com

Vice Admiral Keith Blount (left) and Commander of the Bulgarian Navy Rear Admiral Kiril Mihailov (right) @BTA Nato doesn’t intend to stay out of it Black Sea long time the commander of the Alliance Naval Command (MARCOM), Vice admiral keith Blunt, was quoted by BTA. He was greeted with an …

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An Ordinary Man’s Political Journey – TheLeaflet

Interpreting the life and times of a prime minister who rose from humble circumstances to make his mark on history is no easy task. Sugata Srinivasaraju deserves our praise as he seems to have achieved his goal as a biographer with ease. —– WILL India ever had another random prime …

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Nearly 25 million tons of grain stuck in Ukraine, UN food agency says – EURACTIV.com

Nearly 25 million tons of grain is stuck in Ukraine, unable to leave the country due to infrastructure problems and blocked Black Sea ports, including Mariupol, a UN food agency official said on Friday (May 6). The blockades are believed to be a factor behind high food prices, which hit …

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Romania’s Black Sea port of Constanta becomes a Ukrainian export hub

Like a giant elephant’s trunk, a giant hose sweeps across the hold of a ship in the Romanian Black Sea port of Constanta, spilling tons of corn onto the ship before it sets sail. Russia’s blockade of Ukraine’s seaports has forced the country’s exporters to look for alternative ways of …

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Ukraine-Russia War LIVE – Putin’s ‘FAILED Advances’ have left weakened forces needing to ‘merge and regroup’ in a new blow

Zelenskyy says Russia is trying to completely destroy the Donbass Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy accused Russia of destroying the Donbass and everyone who lives there. He warned: “The constant brutal bombing, the constant Russian attacks on infrastructure and residential areas show that Russia wants to cleanse this territory of all …

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Ukraine: Zelenskyy says Russia is trying to humiliate UN with attack in Kyiv – Live updates | News | DW

Two explosions shake Kyiv during visit of UN chief Antonio Guterres Zelenskyy says Russia tried to humiliate the UN Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy hails US financial support as ‘very important step’ Ukraine and Bulgaria have agreed on close military and economic cooperation This article was last updated at 05:19 GMT/UTC …

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Bulgarian ship-repair yard Odessos reports a 20% slump in first-quarter net profit

SOFIA (Bulgaria), April 26 (SeeNews) – Bulgaria’s Odessos Ship Repair Yard [BUL:ODES] said on Tuesday that its net profit for the first quarter of 2021 fell to 1.99 million leva ($1.1 million) from 2.5 million leva in the same period of 2021 as the war in Ukraine threw up Pandemic …

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How Can Blockchain Technology Change Ratings?

The concept of borrowing and borrowing is as old as time itself. When it comes to finances, some individuals have more than enough for themselves, while others barely have enough to make ends meet. As long as there is this imbalance in financial distribution, there will always be a need …

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LP Girls Soccer Tops Plano – Shaw Local

Danica Scoma and Litzy Lopez each scored to lead the La Salle-Peru girls soccer team to a 2-1 win over Plano in an Interstate Eight Conference game in Plano on Friday. Lexi Robbins made 19 saves for the Cavaliers. COED Athletics At El Paso: The Henry Midland girls placed third …

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Dufry wins Sofia contract

Dufry has been awarded a new eight and a half year concession contract for Sofia International Airport in Bulgaria. The retail specialist will operate thirteen stores, eleven duty-free and two duty-paid. Sofia Airport chose Dufry after an international tendering process. Dufry will take over the operation of the existing 1,433m² …

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Bulgarian-Ukrainian crew evacuated from Mariupol

Fourteen Bulgarian sailors and one Ukrainian evacuated from a ship stranded in embattled Mariupol arrived in the Bulgarian city of Varna on Monday, authorities said. The crew of the Tzarevna arrived in Russia on a flight from Sochi and were greeted by Prime Minister Kiril Petkov and Foreign Minister Teodora …

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Raja Ravi Varma Utsav from Varna (color) Rekha (lines and stories) Sangeeta (music): A Note

New Delhi, Delhi, India (NewsVoir) The Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts (IGNCA) is a premier center established by the Government of India under the Ministry of Culture as a center for the study and experience of all arts in form with their own Integrity, but in a dimension …

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Cornell Varna Volunteer Firefighters Protect, Serve, Learn

On June 18, 2021 at 2 a.m. the Varna Volunteer Fire Brigade received a call: The Plantations Bar and Grill, a local favorite in the hamlet of Varna, was on fire. For Tiffany Ho, MS ’17, it was her first assignment as a department head. For graduate students Mason Jager, …

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5 facts about Jyotirao Phule

to hum · sent 2 minutes ago Happy Dalit History Month and Happy Birthday Jotiba! 🥳🥳 Modeled on Black History Month, Dalit History Month was created by a collective of Dalit women in 2015 and is observed annually to commemorate the history, culture and art of the Dalit, Bahujan and …

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Bulgaria warns of dangerous weather on April 10th

Bulgarian authorities have issued a series of weather warnings for April 10 due to forecast storms, heavy rain and strong winds. The code orange dangerous weather warning was issued for five districts: Plovdiv, Stara Zagora, Smolyan, Gabrovo and Veliko Tarnovo because of the forecast storms and heavy rains. Due to …

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Grain shipments from Black Sea ports are slowly gaining importance: sources

Grain shipments from Black Sea ports have slowly resumed, including Romania’s Constanta and Bulgaria‘s Varna, on sub-Supramax vessels, market sources said, as buyers look for alternatives to Ukrainian and Russian cargoes. “There is some minor trading activity from the Romanian and Bulgarian ports in the Black Sea region, but grain …

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Grand National 2022: Market mover Eclair Surf a dubious runner as the line-up takes shape

Emma Lavelle’s intended runner Eclair Surf, down to 14-1 on betting, needs multiple horses to fold from the Aintree feature. Blaklion and Poker Party are now guaranteed to have a run Video is loading Video not available The video will start playing automatically soon8thCancel Play Now Grand National 2022: Everything …

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Johnny Ward’s top picks for Cork and Fairyhouse on Sunday

Nina Carberry, the heroine of Dancing With The Stars, will be honored at the Fairyhouse on Sunday. Not only was Nina a brilliant jockey, she’s also been proving she can jipe ​​for the past few weeks in front of national cameras! The Listed Cork Stakes is the feature at the …

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More than half of Bulgarian districts are Covid-19 yellow zones

Sixteen of the 28 counties in Bulgaria are Covid-19 yellow zones, meaning a morbidity rate of between 100 and 249.9 per 100,000 residents on a 14 basis. As of April 1, one district in Bulgaria is a dark red zone (morbidity higher than 500 per 100,000 inhabitants), eight are red …

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Princeton Boys Chase Second Place At Rosenberry Invite – Shaw Local

The Princeton boys’ track and field team finished second in the Rosenberry Classic on Tuesday at the Westwood Complex in Sterling. The Tigers scored 60 points, finishing behind Riverdale (63). St. Bede (43.5) placed fifth, Bureau Valley (18) seventh, Hall (9) 10th, and the Amboy Co-op (6) 11th out of …

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Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians preview and prediction

Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians have been among the top performing teams in recent IPL editions but following the mega auction rebuild, maintaining that level of performance will be a new challenge. In any case, both want to start victorious in 2022. But who will prevail? Read on for our …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Omicron variant found in all but one of 457 samples – NCIPD

The Bulgarian National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases (NCIPD) announced on March 25 that it had found the Omicron coronavirus strain in all but one of 457 samples from Covid-19 patients in the country. The samples were collected over a period from February 8th to March 10th and came …

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Demonstration in solidarity with Ukraine on March 24 in the Bulgarian capital

A peaceful solidarity demonstration with Ukraine is scheduled to take place on March 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the Bulgarian capital Sofia. Organizers of the event, to be held in Nezavisimost Square, said it was time for Bulgaria to speak out in large numbers for a sovereign Ukraine. “Just a …

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The scariest final moments, captured from deaths, disappearances

Between our Alexas and our iPhones and our social media platforms, it feels like most of our lives are captured in some form, be it text, video, or photos. Most of what we record is mundane and boring – but sometimes it also captures the uncanny and tragic. Sometimes our …

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US Secretary of Defense: We will supply “Stryker” vehicles to the Bulgarian army – Novinite.com

US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin spoke to Prime Minister Kiril Petkov. “The United States has agreed to: a Strings Company of vehicles – a strong signal to our allies.” This was announced by the Prime Minister Kiril Petkov after meeting the US Secretary of Defense. “The company is under …

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Experts urge Bulgaria to ask NATO for help – EURACTIV.com

Several military experts have urged the Bulgarian government to ask NATO for help over the looming state of war in neighboring Ukraine. “War is knocking at the door. Whether intentionally or unintentionally, Russian drones are already penetrating the airspace of Poland and Romania. We need a strong position to defend …

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Dharma in all its breadth – The New Indian Express

Dharma is a word that every Indian has heard of. Everyone has some idea of ​​what it is, but if you asked them to define or explain it, most people would be stumped. In English, dharma is usually translated as “religion”. However, the word “religion” is too narrow to denote …

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Russian invasion of Ukraine weighs on Moldova’s PV sector – pv magazine International

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has already had a significant impact on the region’s PV sector, including in Moldova. The ongoing military clash has had a negative impact as it has created uncertainty for potential investors both internationally and locally. The first months of this year indicated a boom in …

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Offline events in Ganabharathi are restarted to the delight of the Rasikas

vocal concert by vid. Pattabhirama Pandit and a dance version of Kalidasa’s “Meghadoota” by Raasavrinda delight the audience By Rasikapriya Mysuru’s Ganabharathi has never been left behind when it comes to instilling the scent of classical music and dance in the connoisseur. The quality of the programs on offer speaks …

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The poet who made migration a civilizational experience

Kazmi, who wrote ghazals steeped in classical beauty and recited them in gentle tones, died 50 years ago on March 2. A tribute. “Daaim aabaad rahegi duniyaHum na honge koi hum sa ho ga“(The world will flourish foreverWe won’t be there, someone like us will be there) This is a …

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Bulgarian Nuclear Regulatory Authority: Radiation levels are normal

Radiation levels in Bulgaria are normal, the Bulgarian nuclear regulatory agency said on March 4 after Russian forces shelled part of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant complex in Ukraine. The agency said on its website that at 7:35 a.m. Bulgarian time it was informed about the shelling of Ukraine’s nuclear …

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“No civilization can survive by destroying the environment”

No civilization can survive by destroying the environment. Skyscrapers being built in major cities pose a serious threat to humanity, said environmentalist and filmmaker Suresh Heblikar. He spoke as the main guest at Art-Exuberance ‘Envibe’, a national level intercollegiate festival organized by the Humanities Department of Alva’s College, Moodbidri. He …

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Paul Jacobs’ 4 plays across the tracks on Sunday

The social sharing buttons have been hidden due to cookie settings. Please allow functional cookies for this to work. Cookie Settings *All prices are up to date with our fancy widgets, while copy odds are correct at time of publication but are subject to change A mid-range handicap hurdle and …

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As Uttar Pradesh’s elections shift eastward, BJP confusion deepens

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won 50 of the 61 polled seats in the fifth phase of the 2017 general election, but at the end of the fifth phase of the current general election it looks like a party visibly at a loss. His difficulties began at the very first …

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Traffic jams, new British flight route, strikes: Eight travel updates for France

This week we’re looking at some of the travel stories pertaining to travel to, from and around France. 1. Heavy traffic is expected as families go to and from February holidays Traffic conditions are expected to be “difficult” in certain regions of France today (25 February) and tomorrow as people …

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Plovdiv, Bulgaria, continues to relax anti-epidemic measures in restaurants

Bulgaria’s Plovdiv district will drop the requirement that restaurants, arcades and casinos use no more than 50 percent of their capacity from February 24. This follows the district that was scrapped, from February 18ththe rule that restaurants have to close at 10pm. Also from February 24, Plovdiv lifts the requirement …

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‘Soja beta varna Kejriwal aajayega…’: AAP chief counters ‘terrorist’ Sholay-related claim in poll-linked UP

Prime Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal | Photo credit: ANI Luck: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal began his four-day trip to Uttar Pradesh on Monday addressing recent allegations that the head of the Aam Aadmi party is supporting separatists. The AAP convenor hit out at the BJP and Prime Minister …

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Çerkezköy There are important works on the Kapıkule High Speed ​​​​Train Line

Karaismailoglu Çerkezköy There are important works on the Kapıkule High Speed ​​​​Train Line Transport and Infrastructure Minister Adil Karaismailoğlu met his counterpart Nikolay Sabev in Bulgaria. After the bilateral meeting, a joint statement was signed. Karaismailoğlu, who made a statement at the Kapıkule border gate after his contacts, said that …

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On January 1, passenger numbers at Bulgarian airports Varna and Burgas increase year-on-year

SOFIA (Bulgaria), Feb. 16 (SeeNews) – Total passenger traffic at Bulgaria’s Varna and Burgas airports increased to 58,449 in January from 22,177 in the same month of 2021, the German Fraport group, which operates the two coastal airports, said . “In January 2022, the Fraport Group airports worldwide continued to …

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Bulgaria plans to spend 511 million euros on new trains

SOFIA (Bulgaria), Feb. 14 (SeeNews) – The new Bulgarian government plans to allocate 1.0 billion levs ($580.1 million/€511.3 million) to purchase new trains as part of its recovery and resilience plan which is expected to be approved by the European Commission in March 2017, local media reported. For the first …

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Bulgaria’s GullivAir launches Skopje service

Bulgarian airline GullivAir has announced it will start flights between Sofia and Skopje after reaching an agreement with airport operator TAV Macedonia on reduced fees. Two weeks ago, the airline initially said it had no immediate plans to launch services to the Macedonian capital, but the route has garnered strong …

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New York vaccine mandate could cost 3,000 workers their jobs

photo: ED JONES/AFP (Getty Images) Mayor Eric Adams announced if the workers aren’t vaccinated they are not allowed to work, which can cost 3,000 people their jobs, reported The New York Times. As you can imagine the anti-vaccination weren’t that lucky. A crowd of city workers protested against New York …

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Bulgarian mayors unite for clean air

Bulgarian mayors unite for clean air The mayors want to work with the national government because many EU funds have stalled this year Today are the mayors of the four largest cities in Bulgaria Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna and Burgas Meeting with the Minister for Environment and Water, Borislav Sandowto discuss …

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Dharma Files | An alternative Marxist interpretation of Hinduism and Hindutva

A very different application of Marxism to Hinduism and Hindutva is possible, although it has been largely ignored The Marxist analysis can be applied to Hindutva There is a common Marxist interpretation of Hindutva that goes something like this. All of human history is the history of the class struggle. …

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Conservation Dinner Online Auction Returns 2022

Breadcrumb Trail Links Messages local news content of the article EXETER – The Conservation Dinner Committee is bringing back the online auction for the second straight year. display This ad has not yet loaded, but your article continues below. content of the article The charitable fundraiser made its first virtual …

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Director of the Department of Diplomatic and Courier Communications of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lukyanchuk dies

MOSCOW, February 2. /Then24/. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia expressed its condolences in connection with the death on January 28 of the director of the Department of Diplomatic and Courier Communications Sergei Lukyanchuk. “Sergei Nikolayevich will forever remain in the hearts of those who knew him as a …

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O Zone: Get Through

JACKSONVILLE – Let’s get down to business… Daniel from Vero Beach, FL Has the Jaguars’ coaching quest really boiled down to throwing darts at the wall with a list of names? I hope there is someone who has a better plan than what is happening right now. Who does owner …

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Several fire brigades join forces to fight house fires in extreme cold

According to Chief Bill Lampila of the Brooktondale Volunteer Fire Company, the first call saying a wall was warm came just before 2 a.m. and he and another firefighter arrived to find the house with the fire visible and solved one second alarm off. Photos courtesy of Neptune Hose Co. …

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Wizz Air announces further expansion at Gatwick Airport with the launch of new routes to Italy and Bulgaria

Tickets are now available wizzair.com or via the airline’s mobile app, with fares from £8.99. Today’s announcement follows Wizz Air’s successful acquisition of 15 daily slot pairs at London Gatwick Airport and the launch of 14 new routes from Spring 2022. This further expansion means that Wizz Air will operate …

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Aadhaar’s child is a contentious issue among separated couples

It is repeatedly reminded that the right to information (FTI) serves a variety of purposes for obtaining information at an individual level, which, however, certainly have societal effects. One such problem is obtaining a copy of the Aadhaar of a child whose parents have separated or divorced. Last week, the …

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20 new Shluchim announced during Kinus Hashluchos

20 Chabad couples are joining the global network of Chabad Shluchim, it was announced Sunday during the International Kinus Hashluchos in New York. Here are their names. Whole story By COLLive reporter Shluchos gathered at the International Kinus Hashluchos tribute event in New York on Sunday received the news of …

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Air Serbia starts flights to Trieste and Bologna

Air Serbia will continue to expand its network from Belgrade after unveiling its first new destinations for summer 2022, including Valencia, Bari, Palma de Mallorca and Rijeka. The airline has announced that it will start operations from Belgrade to Trieste and Bologna in Italy, bringing the total number of destinations …

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COVID anti-vaxxer attacks doctor in Bulgaria

SOFIA – Ivaylo Ivanov was leafing through a folder of documents in his spartan doctor’s office in Novo Selo, a sleepy village in northern Bulgaria, when he received an unexpected visitor on January 17. With the camera on, one of the country’s most notorious anti-vaccination opponents, Ventsislav Angelov, stormed in, …

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US prices will fall in 2022 –

The average annual US wheat price is forecast to fall 2% year-on-year to $250 per tonne in 2022, driven by lower domestic consumption coupled with resilient global supply. Market balance is supported by production gains in Argentina and the EU to offset declining production in Brazil and Paraguay. LOS ANGELES, …

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Passenger traffic at Burgas and Varna airports in Bulgaria will grow by 88% in 2021

SOFIA (Bulgaria), Jan. 17 (SeeNews) – Passenger traffic at Bulgaria’s Varna and Burgas airports increased by 88% to 1.96 million in 2021, the German Fraport group, which operates the two coastal airports, announced on Monday . Passenger traffic at Varna Airport increased by 62% last year to just over 1 …

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Man fined £510 after stealing £11.99 bottle of wine

Three men have been sentenced to fines, suspended sentences or community orders after committing burglaries in Lancashire. A man has even been fined a hefty fine of £510 after stealing a £11.99 bottle of wine from a shop. Simon Cooper, 51, pleaded guilty to the offense of burglary on December …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: dark red zones increase to 22

Twenty-two of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are dark red Covid-19 zones, implying a morbidity rate of 500 or more per 100,000 residents on a 14-day basis, according to the January 13 update of the Unified Information Portal. Pazardzhik district, previously a red zone, crossed the dark red zone threshold …

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Bulgaria focuses its efforts on the rights of Macedonian Bulgarians – EURACTIV.com

Bulgaria will focus its efforts on protecting the rights of Macedonian Bulgarians in talks with North Macedonia, while Skopje will seek to negotiate a swift revocation of Bulgaria’s EU accession veto. This approach became clear after the key meeting of the National Security Council that President Rumen Radev convened in …

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Bulgarian Defense Minister: Council of Ministers has no position on the conflict in Ukraine – Novinite.com

[ad_1] Bulgaria resists the “Escalation of military measures“Before all diplomatic means are used to resolve tensions along the Russian-Ukrainian border. This the Minister declared for defense Stefan Janev. “At this point in time, we consider it counterproductive to escalate military measures on the Alliance’s eastern flank before all other diplomatic …

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“Double motor” hatred | Deccan Herald

[ad_1] In December 2021, the BJP’s tireless efforts became more apparent parivartan – to change our society, as it was promised in its electoral manifesto. The Karnataka Assembly passed the anti-conversion law, a Dharma Sansad in Haridwar called for genocide against Muslims, and our own promising young MP from Bengaluru …

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Community grants set for 2022 in Bluewater

[ad_1] Article content BLUEWATER – Although the 2022 budget is yet to be passed in Bluewater, city councils unanimously agreed to support a community grant collection during the regular council meeting on December 20. Article content The approved Grants Council is funded through the Community Grants and Vibrancy Funds Policy …

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Almost 200 hit Kewanee’s sidewalk in the Hard Core 5K run

[ad_1] Shorts and tank tops were worn by some of the 192 runners in Kewanee’s 40th annual Hard Core 5K street race on Friday afternoon, December 31, when the temperature was 36 degrees. Colin Young, 45, from Rock Island won the 3.1-mile race with a time of 17 minutes and …

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Discrimination in the Kashmiri cemetery

[ad_1] And finally, exactly reflecting the Hindu-Brahmin “Chatur Varna” hierarchy, Hindu Dalit equivalents are “Wattals / Sheikhs”, a Kashmiri Muslim community that, like Hindu Dalits, has traditionally been involved in manual cleaning. This Wattal community corresponds to the definition of the Scheduled Caste (SC) according to the Indian constitution. Discrimination …

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Bulker crew member “died of Covid” UPDATE – Maritime Bulletin

[ad_1] Post views: 682 UPDATE: Ship’s chef of Bulgarian nationality has died. All crew members tested positive and although the PCR test was officially recognized (at least by the CDC) as “not reliable”, the Covid outbreak emergency was declared, of course without any information about the crew’s vaccination status. The …

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Orient Express returns to Italy with new luxury trains in 2023, Hotel

[ad_1] There was a time when a train ride across Europe aboard the Orient Express could be considered the pinnacle of luxury travel. Unfortunately, those days ended more than 10 years ago when bullet trains became more popular and airfares got cheaper. If you’re a fan of so-called “luxury rail …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 15 yellow zones, 12 red, one green

[ad_1] Fifteen of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are Covid-19 yellow zones, which corresponds to a morbidity rate of between 100 and 249.9 per 100,000 inhabitants on a 14-day basis, according to the update from 28. The 15 districts classified as yellow zones are Blagoevgrad, Veliko Turnovo, Vidin, Gabrovo, Dobrich, …

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Delhi whales: birthday Mubarak, Ghalib! | Latest Delhi News

[ad_1] Today is Mirza Ghalib’s 224th birthday. The Agra-born poet lived in Ballimaran in Old Delhi; its sasural was in today’s Haryana (Loharu). While he was long buried in our city, Ghalib still courageously agreed to be part of the Proust series of questionnaires that urge people to make “Parisian …

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From Messi’s emotional press meeting to the chaos in Kabul; Here are the most popular Instagram pics of 2021

[ad_1] 1 / fifteen Instagram, a social network service for sharing photos and videos, has become a household name within a decade of its birth. Millions of people now use the app as their primary tool for social networking and to stay connected. The app is also one of the …

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Public workshop in Varna is to be expanded

[ad_1] Article content BLUEWATER – During the regular council meeting on December 6th, the city council decided to push ahead with a project to expand the community’s public workshop in Varna. Article content The application was accepted at the recommendation of city staff, and the project will include a six-bay …

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Bulgaria’s Kurdzhali district is classified as a Covid-19 green zone

[ad_1] The Bulgarian Kurdzhali district has become a Covid-19 green zone, which corresponds to a morbidity rate of less than 100 per 100,000 inhabitants on a 14-day basis, according to the update of the uniform information portal on December 21. The morbidity rate in Kurdzhali is 96.4 per 100,000 inhabitants, …

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3 arrested for stealing 90,000 rupees from a man on the pretext of changing money

[ad_1] APMC police in Navi Mumbai have arrested three people who looted a person worth 90,000 rupees on the pretext of giving him American dollars in exchange for Indian currency. Police said the defendant had five cases of fraud in which the defendant cheated on the victim on the pretext …

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Revolutionary economist

[ad_1] Mahatma Gandhi was a more radical revolutionary than Mao Zedong. His indictment of modern civilization represents a moral and spiritual point of view that is even more evident in his attitude towards politics. His view of politics was a consequence and not independent of his view of morality. Immanuel …

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Qatar Airways continues strong network expansion with resumption of non-stop flights to Sofia

[ad_1] Qatar Airways celebrated the return of its nonstop flights between Doha and Sofia Airport (SOF) starting Thursday. This milestone resumption gives Bulgarians and international travelers greater choice and seamless connectivity to explore the world through the award-winning airline’s home and hub, Hamad International Airport (HIA).The non-stop service is operated …

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Why Bulgaria’s COVID-19 vaccination rate is the lowest in Europe

[ad_1] There is hope that a new government in Bulgaria will arrest the country’s arrears COVID-19 Vaccination rate, the lowest in the European Union. Bulgarian lawmakers this week officially approved the country’s new center-led government, with fighting the pandemic a priority for new Prime Minister Kiril Petkov. The Bulgarian health …

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Auto Plus Bulgaria receives anti-trust approval to become a shareholder in Autogrand

[ad_1] SOFIA (Bulgaria), December 13 (SeeNews) – The Bulgarian Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC) announced that it has approved the local auto parts dealer Auto Plus Bulgaria to enter the ownership structure of the local peer Autogrand as part of a capital increase process . The notified transaction …

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The railway tragedy “Hitrino”: after 5 years there are no sentences – Novinite.com

[ad_1] 5 years after Explosion in Hitrino, the village has been completely restored. The houses are new, but the souls are empty, say the locals. People admit that they still live in fear, and the victims’ families continue to live with nightmarish memories. How did the incident claim dozens of …

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Becoming a Hindu is not that easy. Even if a Waseem Rizvi to Jitendra Tyagi. will

[ad_1] (Right) Former Chairman of the Shia Central Waqf Board of Uttar Pradesh Syed Waseem Rizvi | @Twitter Text size: ONE- A + F.The decision of former chairman of the Shia Central Waqf Board of Uttar Pradesh, Syed Waseem Rizvi, to convert to Hinduism is legally correct. He has this …

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Vivek Oberoi gets into trouble in the office when the boss assaults him while watching “Inside Edge 3”

[ad_1] ‘Inside Edge 3’, the latest show starring Vivek Oberoi, premiered on Amazon Prime and has received a lot of positive feedback. Vivek Oberoi, Richa Chadha, Akshay Oberoi, Tanuj Virwani, Aamir Bashir, Sayani Gupta, Sapna Pabbi, Sidhant Gupta and Amit Sial all play significant roles in the recently launched series. …

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Air Serbia is optimistic about the further recovery in 2022

[ad_1] Air Serbia expects it will continue to improve on the path to recovery from the coronavirus pandemic next year, but warned that plans could change in the short term due to the ongoing impact of the virus on the aviation and travel industries. The airline’s CEO, Duncan Naysmith, said: …

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Kenneth Bert WOOD Obituary (1941-2021) – Lebanon, MO

[ad_1] Kenneth Bert “Woody” Wood, son of Bert and Stella Loney Wood, was born in Lebanon, Missouri, on April 11, 1941 and aged through the world’s troubles on December 3, 2021 at his home in Lebanon, Missouri left of eighty years.Woody, as family and friends called him, made a profession …

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