Athletics concludes the first day of the SEC Indoor Championships

story links College Station, Texas. — Mizzou Track & Field ended day one of the SEC Indoor Championships with 15 new personal records and three athletes qualifying for the finals on day two of the meeting. REMARKABLE SURFACES Martin Prodanov (Plovdiv, Bulgaria) and Marquette Wilhite …

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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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Bulgaria: Official condemnation, public protests against Russian invasion of Ukraine

A public protest in front of the Russian embassy in Sofia on the evening of February 24 saw a large turnout expressing outrage at the invasion of Ukraine, while the Bulgarian state, government and political leaders protested by Russian President Vladimir Massive military aggression ordered by Putin. A protest against …

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The Bulgarian Parliament approves a statement condemning the Russian invasion of Ukraine and backs sanctions

The Bulgarian parliament voted overwhelmingly on February 24 to adopt a declaration condemning Russia’s gross violation of international law and interference with territorial integrity through military intervention against Ukraine. Six out of seven factions voted in favour, including the four from the government majority: We Continue the Change, the Bulgarian …

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Foo Fighters, My Chem, Slipknot + KISS Lead Aftershock Fest 2022

The lineup for the Aftershock Festival 2022 has just announcedwith Foo Fighters, My Chemical Romance, Slipknot and KISS appearing as the best-selling headliners over four days of rock and metal festival to be held in Sacramento, California this fall. Other headliners include Rob Zombie, Judas Priest, Papa Roach and Shinedown. …

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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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AGT’s Howie Mandel, Sofia Vergara and Terry Crews pay tribute after Golden Buzzer contestant Nightbirde died aged 31

Although originally this was supposed to be a largely positive and exciting week for all things America’s Got Talentwith NBC debuted the highly anticipated Extreme spin-off, things instead took a more melancholic turn when news broke that former contestant and viral inspiration Nightbirde passed away after a long battle with …

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Athens and Crete on the list of “Best European Destinations” for 2022

Athens, Greece. Photo source: EBD / Alekandar Todorovic Athens and Crete belong to the The 20 best European travel destinations for 2022ranking 15 and 20 or on the list recently published by European Best Destinations (EBD). EBD is a Brussels-based organization aiming to promote culture and tourism in Europe. In …

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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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The classic text by Patrul Rinpoche translated into Bulgarian – Buddhistdoor Global

Yavor Konstantinov, right, with his root teacher Pema Rinpoche. Image courtesy of Palyul Center Bulgaria Words from my perfect teacher (Tib: Kunzang Lame Shyalung), written by the great Nyingma master Patrul Rinpoche (1808–87), is an explanation of the preliminary practices (Tib: Ngondro) of the Longchen Nyingtik Cycle of teachings discovered …

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Are Jonah and Charlotte in “Ozark” related in real life? Here’s what you should know about Sofia Hublitz and Skylar Gaertner

When her parents Marty (Jason Bateman) and Wendy (Laura Linney) told them to go to the Ozarks in Missouri, Charlotte (Sofia Hublitz) and Jonah (Skylar Gardener) began an unexpected chapter of their life together. Now, five years on from the Byrde family’s money laundering scheme that seems to be getting …

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Tsarsko selo vs Beroe – preview, tips and odds

First League Tsarsko selo beroe game preview Tsarsko selo complex will be the scene of the 20th round First League match between Tsarsko selo and Beroe, who are scheduled to meet on 20/02. Currently, Tsarsko selo is on the 14th place in the table as the team has accumulated 11 …

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Some of the Bulgarians rescued on the burnt ferry are already returning to Bulgaria – Novinite.com

The 36 were drivers of a transport company from Plovdiv rescued of the ferry are already traveling by bus from Igoumenitsa to Bulgaria. The transport is provided by her employer. The Bulgarian consul in Thessaloniki has assured that all undocumented persons can cross the border without any problems. Bulgarian Ministry …

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Aurora Central Catholic Sofia Corral survives physical play and ends run of Sandwich Cinderella – Shaw Local

SOMONAUK — Aurora Central Catholic finished Sandwich’s Cinderella story run in the Class 2A Somonauk Regional last Friday, winning 47-40. In a physical game in which teams totaled 39 fouls combined, the Indians’ push late in the second half challenged the Chargers. The Chargers (18-14) survived behind freshman guard Sofia …

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Tom Morello, Serj Tankian + more Join Afghan Girls Group on Song

Tom Morello, Serj Tankian, Nandi Bushell and more have teamed up with The Miraculous Love Kids to release a moving new song and video together. The Miraculous Love Kids is a non-profit organization that has served as Afghanistan’s only music school. War-torn and poverty-stricken girls and young women were taught …

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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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🇧🇬 Bulgaria: Does not participate in Eurovision Young Musicians 2022

BNT, the national Bulgarian broadcaster, has confirmed that it will not take part in Eurovision Young Musicians 2022. Bulgarian broadcaster BNT has confirmed on its Twitter account that Bulgaria will not take part in Eurovision Young Musicians 2022 in Montpellier, France on July 23. The reasons for this decision were …

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Sofia Vergara shocks fans with a teenage video of herself in a bathing suit – and she hasn’t aged a day

February 17, 2022 – 10:21 GMT Andrea Camano Modern Family star Sofia Vergara, 49, shocked fans with a teenage video of herself in a swimsuit taken in Barranquilla, Colombia Sofia Vergara threw it back to the 80s on Wednesday when she shared a clip of herself filmed during …

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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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Sofia Reyes talks about new album “Mal de Amores”

A cactus, a mermaid, a cowboy hat and the Virgen de Guadalupe adorn the cover of Sofía Reyes’ new album. Mal de Amores. It’s all on purpose. “I’m a very maximalist person,” she says. “I’ve accepted that for a long time.” dibujos on the cover, created by Mexican graphic designer …

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Images capture the colorful heyday of Bulgarian raving in the 00s – Features

Set somewhere in the mountains and on the cobblestone streets of Sofia, raucous pioneer parties led the Rush to a stormy era for electronic music on the cusp of the new millennium. The city saw the sweet spot where Bulgaria lovingly adopted club music and in return squeezed out a …

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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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Bulgarians celebrate Trifon Zarezan – Day of Winemakers and Winemakers – Novinite.com

Today the Bulgarians celebrate Trifon Zarezan in the old style – the festival of the wine growers u Winealso known as Zarezanovden, Trifun Chipia and Trifun Zarezoy. The day of St. Trypho the Martyr has been associated with the first pruning of the vineyards since ancient times. the Wine Festival …

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Yelena Ostapenko vs Sofia Kenin preview, head-to-head & prediction

game details contraption: Yelena Ostapenko vs. Sofia Kenin. competition: Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships 2022. Round: First Round (Round of 32). Venue: Dubai, United Arab Emirates. category: WTA500. surface: Outdoor hard court. prize money: $703,580. Live broadcast: USA – Tennis Channel | UK – Amazon Prime Video. Yelena Ostapenko vs …

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Two Mizzou indoor records broken on day two of the Tyson Invitational

story links FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Mizzou Track & Field ended the Tyson Invitational with two broken school records and 23 athletes setting new personal bests. REMARKABLE SURFACES Martin Prodanov (Plovdiv, Bulgaria) won the men’s mile title with a time of 3:58.72, a new Mizzou indoor record. Prodanov …

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Bulgaria calls on its citizens to leave Ukraine

In a statement dated February 12, the Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs urged its citizens residing in Ukraine to leave that country and refrain from traveling to Ukraine. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs referred to the deteriorating situation in and around Ukraine. The ministry recommended that all Bulgarian citizens residing …

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Shiffrin, Goggia take positive vibes from downhill training

BEIJING (AP) – For talented and successful alpine skiers like Mikaela Shiffrin and Sofia Goggia, the first of three scheduled downhill training runs would not be a significant event under normal circumstances, even at the Olympics. However, their Saturday excursions through fog and the occasional fluttering snowflake were vital. For …

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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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Tony Hawk is curating the 2022 “Weekend Jam” Music + Skate Festival

Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk is making his mark at a new music-meets-skate event taking place in Las Vegas this May. Tony Hawk’s Weekend Jam is taking over the Las Vegas Events Center May 12-15. Supported by tech company Pollen Presents, the event will feature a mix of rock and punk …

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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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Scott James is aiming for gold, Eva Vukadinova seething with rage when the instructor interrupts her run

Australia’s Scotty James may need to dig further into his bag of tricks to win gold in the men’s halfpipe. To beat Japan’s Ayumu Hirano and three-time US gold medalist Shaun White, James may need to top his impressive 1440 tail grab that saw him qualify second for the finals …

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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarok is an expansion big enough for Odin himself

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarök is a huge expansion. It’s not a two-hour break from play if you’re tired of the main game’s story, nor will it be just “more Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.” Instead, developer Ubisoft Sofia‘s forthcoming expansion is a 35-hour adventure that makes some massive changes and …

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Depopulation – Why MOE is not doomed to lose people forever ⋆ Visegrad Insight

Are they gone forever or just for a while. If you’ve ever lived or spent more than a month anywhere in the smaller towns or villages of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), you must have felt it. That unstoppable weight of loss, the nostalgia for the past, the yellow posters …

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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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A1 Bulgaria’s EBITDA up 13.4% YoY in 2021, revenue up 11.7%

SOFIA (Bulgaria), February 9 (SeeNews) – A1 Telekom Austria Group announced that its Bulgarian unit reported earnings before interest and taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of EUR 218.3 million (EUR 249.3 million) in 2021 million dollars), representing an increase of 13.4% over the prior year basis of comparison. A1 Bulgaria‘s …

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Mikaela Shiffrin from the 2nd race in a row

BEIJING – The latest on the Beijing Winter Olympics: ___ Two-time Olympic gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin missed a goal early in the first run of the slalom at the Beijing Games and was eliminated. Just like her first event of these Olympics, giant slalom, the American racer was ready for …

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ESBO’s Boris Dzhingarov publishes Guide to Socially Responsible Marketing

Plovdiv, Bulgaria – (Newsfile Corp. – February 8, 2022) – ESBO’s Boris Dzhingarov challenges the norms of traditional marketing, citing: “Marketing has always been a key component of a consumer society, from personal gadgets to groceries and marketing can change perceptions of the world.” He goes on to emphasize that …

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The Bulgarian Embassy in London is expanding the capacity of the consular service

The capacity of the consular service at the Bulgarian Embassy in London has been expanded, Bulgarian National Radio announced on February 7. The extension and renovation includes not only the reception area, but also the rooms behind the counters where documents are processed. The idea is to improve the quality …

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700 students in Sofia have COVID-19 – Novinite.com

Today the second school term begins, and the students 1st through 6th graders and 8th, 9th and 11th graders are returning school in Sofia. Yesterday 700 students have been diagnosed with coronavirus. This was explained to BNT by Vanya Kastreva, Head of Regional Education Management in the capital. Starting today, …

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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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Bulgarian envoy visits KP-BOIT, KMU

PESHAWAR- Bulgarian Ambassador to Pakistan Irena Gancheva, along with Senator Faisal Saleem Rehman, visited the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Board of Investment and Trade (KP-BOIT) to explore investment opportunities. Deputy Chairman of KP-BOIT Said Mehmood assured cooperation to improve bilateral trade with Bulgaria and current investment opportunities. He said that KP-BOIT, as …

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Sofia Vergara causes a stir again with sultry throwback bikini snaps – SheKnows

If there are two things Sofia Vergara can do, one is to make us laugh and the other is to make our jaws drop because she always looked so gorgeous. related story Sofia Vergara‘s throwback bikini photo reminds fans she hasn’t aged a day On Feb. 4, Vergara posted another …

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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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Bulgaria: More districts announce school attendance decisions

More districts in Bulgaria have announced their decisions about attending school when the new school year starts on February 7th. Decisions of the Veliko Turnovo and Pazardzhik districts were announced earlier this week. The decisions of the Plovdiv and Kurdzhali districts can be found here. In Sofia, students from the …

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The surprising union of Sofia Black-D’Elia & Ally Sheedy, a single drunk woman

Sofia Black-D’Elia has been an actress professionally since 2009, and her comedy work has taken her career to new heights in recent years. Now, opposite Ally Sheedy in Simone Finch’s Single Drunk Female, Black-D’Elia has spoken candidly about how working with Sheedy was a career highlight for her. When we …

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The waiting time of a young Bulgarian mother in the hospital was filmed. And then she died.

SOFIA – Healthcare in Bulgaria, which is already facing a crisis over the COVID-19 pandemic amid record high infections and record low vaccination rates in the EU, faces further testing after a sick woman in a wheelchair was denied admission to a hospital in the north-west of the country, everything …

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Menstrual Justice, Water Conservation, Maple Sugaring Projects that have been awarded Presidential Green Grants

In her sophomore year, Raya Petrova ’21 collaborated with Sruti Bandlamuri ’21 on a project to provide free eco-friendly menstrual products in several busy women’s restrooms across campus. With a Presidential Green Grant, the women pushed for menstrual justice, a concept that posits free menstrual products should take their place …

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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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Bulgarian municipalities can get government help with high electricity bills – subject to verification

Municipalities in Bulgaria – many of them reducing street lighting and heating public buildings due to rising electricity bills – may receive state aid, but only after an all-clear on how they have been handling their public procurement. Prime Minister Kiril Petkov said on February 2, after cabinet ministers discussed …

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Sofia Kenin Biography, Age, Wiki, Height, Weight, Boyfriend, Family & More

Success requires an investment in hard work, dedication and sacrifice. This lineage has been very well proven by Sofia Kenin, a professional tennis player from the USA and is one of the most recognizable names in the sport. She has a career-high WTA ranking of No. 12 in the world. …

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Nightclub in Plovdiv, Bulgaria fined for violating 10pm closing rule

Checks on compliance with anti-epidemic rules in Plovdiv have been stepped up in recent days, with a nightclub fined after it intentionally flouted orders to close by 10pm and police removing people from public buses removed because they were not wearing masks. According to a report by Bulgarian national television, …

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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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Bulgaria News – February 1, 2022

Bulgaria News – February 1, 2022 The OECD starts negotiations with Bulgaria and five other countries The Pfizer vaccine triples the risk of myocarditis News from Bulgaria Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency – www.sofianewsagency.com) is unique as it is a real-time news provider in English, informing its readers about the latest …

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Bulgaria’s anti-corruption agency is investigating allegations against the prosecutor general

The Bulgarian Anti-Corruption Commission said on January 31 that it had started investigating allegations of irregularities by Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev in response to statements by Justice Minister Nadezhda Yordanova to the media. Yordanova told public broadcaster Bulgarian National Television on January 28 that she was awaiting a decision from …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 39 deaths, 2602 new cases registered in the past day

The deaths of 39 people in Bulgaria who tested positive for Covid-19 were registered over the past day, bringing the country’s Covid-19 death toll to 33,160, according to the report by the Unified Information Portal on January 31. Of 15,061 tests done over the past day, 2602 – about 17.27 …

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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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Holidays in Europe: why you should visit Bulgaria’s cheap Riviera

Each week, our holiday hero, Neil Simpson, delves into a brilliant holiday theme and does all the legwork so you don’t have to. This week: Bargains on the Bulgarian Riviera. For a vacation that ticks the boxes of low prices and short transfers, plus a range of day trips complete …

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Bashta stuns Apithy-Brunet to win Women’s Saber FIE World Cup in Plovdiv

you have viewed over 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearlessly reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic Movement. As the first website not behind a paywall, we’ve made …

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Hristo Ivanov re-elected as Chairman of Yes Bulgaria

Hristo Ivanov was re-elected leader of Yes Bulgaria at a party congress on January 29. Ivanov, that resigned as party leader after Yes Bulgaria’s poor result in the early parliamentary elections in November 2021 was the sole candidate for the leadership of the Congress. He was elected with 692 votes …

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Bulgaria: Plovdiv changes new anti-epidemic measures

Plovdiv district has changed its new anti-epidemic measures, which are scheduled to come into force on January 31. First of all, the district announced that from Monday restaurants, arcades, casinos and entertainment venues must close by 11 p.m. at the latest. This has been changed to 10pm. Plovdiv media said …

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Defense Minister: There are 206 American soldiers in Bulgaria – Novinite.com

There are 206 American soldiers in Bulgaria. This was said by Defense Minister Stefan Yanev during parliamentary scrutiny. Under a 2006 agreement with the United States, no more than 2,500 civilians and uniformed US soldiers can be present. This number has not been exceeded, said Yanev. “There has not been …

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Sofia Francis’ new book “The Gift of Nature” is a creative way to glorify and indulge in poetry the beauty of nature

NEW YORK, January 28, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Wife, mother and pediatric nurse Sofia Francis has completed her new book, Nature’s Gift: a powerful picture book that brings inspiration and radiant joy with words that speak of the oceans, seas, Skies, fields and everything the earth has to offer. Francis shares, …

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Olympic medalist Apithy-Brunet leads the entries for the Women’s Saber FIE World Cup

you have viewed over 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearlessly reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic Movement. As the first website not behind a paywall, we’ve made …

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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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Romania and Bulgaria are strengthening security amid fears of war in Ukraine

Three Romanian IAR 330 Socat military attack helicopters fly over the Monument to the Unknown Soldier during celebrations of Romanian Army Day in Bucharest, Romania, 25 October 2021. Photo: EPA-EFE/ROBERT GHEMENT Amid ongoing fears of a Russian attack on Ukraine, Romanian President Klaus Iohannis said Wednesday after a meeting of …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 27 out of 28 districts are dark red zones

Twenty-seven of the 28 counties in Bulgaria are dark red Covid-19 zones as of January 26, implying a morbidity rate of 500 or more per 100,000 inhabitants on a 14-day basis. According to the Unified Information Portal update, Bulgaria’s national Covid-19 morbidity rate is 1582.23 per 100,000 inhabitants on a …

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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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How are Bulgaria and Romania doing in the EU?

This January marks 15 years since both Bulgaria and Romania joined the European Union – with a decade and a half of successes and setbacks. The two former communist states both became EU members some three years later than the main 2004 accession wave of other Eastern European Iron Curtain …

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Sofia Masson speaks to Lifetime about the movie The Wrong Blind Date.

Sophie Masson. Credit: Flavio Masson Aspiring actress Sofia Masson spoke to Digital Journal’s Markos Papadatos about starring in the movie The Wrong Blind Date on Lifetime. “The wrong blind date” “It was such a fulfilling experience working on ‘The Wrong Blind Date,'” she admitted. “Because this was my second film …

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Covid-19: More students in Bulgaria switch to distance learning

In two other district capitals – Yambol and Sliven – and in eight other municipalities, students in grades five through twelfth will switch to distance learning by the end of the week, the Bulgarian Ministry of Education said on January 24. The move will also be taken for students in …

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Plovdiv mayor promises not to cut streetlights as bills skyrocket

According to a report by Radio Plovdiv on January 24, Plovdiv Mayor Zdravko Dimitrov has pledged not to cut street lighting even as the municipality’s electricity bills soar. around bulgaria, Several municipalities are restricting street lighting because of increased electricity bills. Dimitrov said that in December 2021, the Plovdiv Municipality …

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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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bne IntelliNews – NATO rejects Russian request for withdrawal from Bulgaria and Romania

Both NATO and the governments in Bucharest and Sofia have firmly rejected Russia’s demand for the withdrawal of NATO troops from countries that joined after 1997. The request came amid a deterioration in relations between Russia and the West and ahead of the start of a new round of talks …

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The Congress of the Bulgarian Socialist Party refuses to accept Ninova’s resignation as leader

At the end of a seven-hour meeting on January 22, the Congress of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) voted not to accept the resignation of Kornelia Ninova as party leader, submitted after the BSP’s disastrous fourth place finish in the November 2021 snap general election Choose. Her resignation was voted …

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Russia reiterates its call for foreign troops to be withdrawn from Bulgaria and Romania

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken gives a news conference in Geneva, Switzerland January 21 after meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. (Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images) US Secretary of State Antony Blinken told Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at a meeting in Geneva on Friday that Washington is committed to …

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When We Were Young Fest is adding a second date after the first sells out

The upcoming When We Were Young Festival has added a second day after initially being announced as a sold out one day event. Earlier this week, Live Nation, the promoter behind the stacked emo fest, responded to concerns about the event’s safety. Then on Friday (January 21), Live Nation said …

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Bulgarian MPs approve a bill extending the provisions of the 2021 Budget Law

On January 21, the Bulgarian National Assembly voted on a bill extending the provisions of the Budget Law 2021 until March 31, 2022. Due to three general elections in 2021 and two short-lived parliaments unable to elect a government, Prime Minister Kiril Petkov’s cabinet only took office on December 13 …

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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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Live Nation addresses safety concerns among our youth

In just a few days, When We Were Young has grown into one of the most exciting events of 2022. The festival, which is set to be headlined by My Chemical Romance and Paramore, has sparked some safety concerns since it was announced earlier this week. As such, Live Nation …

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