World’s First Malaria Vaccine Approved – Novinite.com

the World health organization (WHO) recommends the widespread use of a malaria vaccine in children in Africa and other areas with a high prevalence of Malaria. This is a great achievement in the long battle against the deadly Illness. Malaria is a parasite disease that has existed for millennia and …

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Where do Bulgarian students want to study? – Novinite.com

Early applications for the Netherlands increase by 80%. Belgium becomes the travel destination of choice, and interest in the USA grows The growth of early applications for study in the Netherlands in the next academic year is over 80%, announced the company “Integral” – organizer of the forum “World Education”, …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 104 dead, 2866 new cases last day

The death of 104 people who tested positive for Covid-19 in Bulgaria was recorded last day, bringing the country’s disease-related death toll to 21,320, the Ministry of Health said on October 6. The Ministry of Health announced that 96.15 percent of those who died last day were not vaccinated. Of …

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Australian sailors enjoy wind and waves –

Luke Elliott continued his good form at the 2021 ILCA Senior European Championships, winning the only men’s laser class race to be completed in a day with long delays. When the second day of racing began in Varna, Bulgaria, it was a solid 14-17 knots and big waves, conditions that …

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Air Serbia is aiming for regional and central European expansion

Air Serbia plans to further develop its hub-and-spoke model, connecting the region with the rest of Europe, and will place a greater emphasis on Central Europe as it recovers from the coronavirus pandemic. Jiri Marek, General Manager of Commercial and Strategy at Air Serbia, told Business Traveler: “We would like …

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Bulgaria will borrow BGN 500 million

The Ministry of Finance and the Bulgarian National Bank have announced a date for a new auction in which the country will offer government bonds with a term of 5 years with a total value of BGN 500 million. The Bulgarian Central Bank officially announced this today. The size of …

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Pak-Bulgaria agree to strengthen bilateral economic cooperation

ISLAMABAD, October 03 (APP): Pakistan and Bulgaria agreed on Sunday to strengthen bilateral economic cooperation in various sectors and intend to secure investment in various potential areas on both sides. Both countries agreed to initiate the proposal to invest in various potential areas such as information technology (IT), food processing …

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Third anniversary of Sofia Nkrumah Donkoh’s missions in New Takoradi

Jubilee Missions The celebrations for the third anniversary of the “Sofia Nkrumah Donkoh Missions and Sofia TV” (SNDM) were celebrated with an impressive ceremony in New-Takoradi in the western region. At a colorful ceremony at the Ebenezer Methodist Church, the initiative’s founder, Sophia Nkrumah Donkoh, expressed her gratitude to God …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 546 dead, 13 116 new cases last week

A total of 546 people who tested positive for Covid-19 in Bulgaria died last week, bringing the country’s disease-related death toll to 20,995, according to the Health Ministry’s report dated October 3. This is Bulgaria’s highest single-week Covid-19 death toll in 2021 since the week ending May 2, when the …

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Demystifying the “superior” status of the Brahmins …

In addition to the article on Brahmin charities on the editorial page (THI, October 1st), it is unfortunate that Brahmins have been exposed to strong antipathy for centuries. The basic Brahmin account, as evidenced by the European narratives of the 17th and 18th centuries. They are the creators of a …

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Social justice and Tamil cinema inseparable twins

Chennai: From the good old days of NS Krishnan and M Karunanidhi to contemporary cinema by comedian Vivek and director Pa Ranjith, which questions the remnants of absolute caste rule, the genre has crossed the boundaries of art and boldly spoken politics and social science with envious authority . While …

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Bulgaria is monitoring Pakistan’s IT sector

ISLAMABAD: The Bulgarian ambassador to Pakistan, Irena Gancheva, underlined on Friday the importance of Pakistan’s strategic location as a gateway to the Asian market and, from an investment perspective, showed particular interest in the IT sector. “Bulgaria borders Turkey, making it the first country in the European Union in terms …

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“Gandhi has become everything for all people”

On December 23, 1926, a man named Abdul Rashid murdered Arya Samaj leader Swami Shraddhanand, a freedom fighter who was close to MK Gandhi. It was a quick moment in the life of a society already torn by communal tensions, which two decades later, during the division of the subcontinent, …

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Coach Didier Six calls on 25 players

The French coach of the Silly National, Didier Six, has published the list of the 25 players who will play the next three games in the qualifying phase of the 2022 World Cup. Some players are making their comeback like Simon Follett, Jose Martinez Conto. In accordance with the decision …

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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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Fake vaccination certificates add to Bulgaria’s COVID-19 problems

A protester against COVID-19 restrictions in Sofia, Bulgaria on September 8th. Photo: EPA-EFE / VASSIL DONEV Medical professionals in Bulgaria are increasingly concerned about what they believe to be a thriving black market for fake documents purporting to prove the holder has been vaccinated against COVID-19 or tested negative. “My …

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Gerasimov reaches the round of 16 of the Sofia Open

Egor Gerasimov. An archive photo MINSK, Sep 29 (BelTA) – It took Belarus number 112 two hours and 40 minutes to beat Canada’s number 68 Vasek Pospisil with 5-7, 7-6 (10: 8) and 6-3 to enter the Sofia Open – To move in round two, BelTA has learned. The Belarusian …

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NCIPD: 22 districts in Bulgaria are Covid-19 red zones

22 of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are Covid-19 red zones, which, according to the weekly report of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases (NCIPD) on September 28, means a morbidity rate of between 250 and 499.9 per 100,000 inhabitants. for the two-week period ending September 26th. The …

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ATP round-up: Two seeds fall in Sofia | Sports exchange

Both seeded players lost on Monday during the opening round of the Sofia (Bulgaria) Open of the ATP Tour. Italy’s Gianluca Mager defeated sixth seeded Adrian Mannarino from France 6-3, 6-2, and Frenchman Benoit Paire defeated seventh seeded Alejandro Davidovich Fokina from Spain 6-4, 7-5. Mager had lost his first …

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UDO DIRKSCHNEIDER appears in the trenches with RYAN ROXIE

This week’s episode of the podcast In The Trenches With Ryan Roxie features special guest Udo Dirkschneider (UDO, Accept). Don’t miss the live premiere on Ryan Roxie’s official YouTube channel aka Roxie TV on Friday, October 1st at 12pm EST. In The Trenches With Ryan Roxie is a podcast by …

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Member of the European Parliament wants Bulgarian police officers to be watched | Europe | News and current events from all over the continent | DW

At a recent press conference in Sofia, the chairman of the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Sophie in’t Veld accused the Bulgarian Prosecutor General Ivan Zhev of using “extraordinary powers” to crack down on the opposition. In ‘t Veld, who led a European Parliament delegation …

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Serbian star soprano Marija Jelic performs at Carnegie Hall

Marija Jelic Power of Destiny © NYAM Marija Jelic © Marija Jelic American premiere on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 to showcase ‘Power of Destiny’ NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, Sep 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Serbian rising soprano Marija Jelic will make her American debut in the legendary Carnegie Hall on …

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a week without success. Only single victories for the Poles

Polish tennis players competed on the ITF World Tennis Tour for another week. Our representatives competed on two continents, but did not achieve any results worth mentioning. Rafai SmolenskySeptember 11, 2021, 1:50 a.m. PRESS MATERIAL / LOTOS PZT POLISH TOUR / In the picture: Martyna Kubka Ursula Nebelska and Alexandra …

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Sofia Frank says goodbye to the Winter Olympics

Filipino-American figure skater Sofia Frank said goodbye to her dreams of the 2022 Winter Olympics when she competed in the Nebelhorn Trophy – the last qualifying tournament for the Winter Games – on Saturday (Philippine time) in Oberstdorf, Germany, April 24th. Frank collected 81.13 points in the freestyle, after 47.65 …

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Bella Sofia fights against older mares in gallant bloom

After a groundbreaking triumph over her peers in their sophomore year in the Longines Test Stakes (G1) at Saratoga Racetrack, Bella Sofia will meet older mares and stakes-level mares for the first time in the $ 250,000 Gallant Bloom Handicap (G2) on September 26th. The sprint is about 6 1/2 …

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Caste Counting Politics: From a Historical Perspective

The current debate on caste counting provides an opportunity for the Indian state to be reminded of the core value of social justice enshrined in the Indian Constitution and its framework in order to evaluate the requirements of caste counting and its policies The census is not just a head …

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D Gukesh wins gold at the European Club Cup | Chess news

CHENNAI: The last week and a half have been unforgettable for Grandmaster D Gukesh. Days after winning the Norway Open, the 15-year-old won gold at the European Club Cup, which ended in Macedonia on Friday evening. Gukesh, who showed up for his club Prilep, played on board 1 and scored …

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Bulgaria highlights Vietnam’s acquisition of Cuban Abdala vaccine – Prensa Latina

In an article posted on this website, the organization’s vice president Kadrinka Kadrinova pointed to Cuba’s scientific achievements and contribution to biotechnology despite the tightening of the United States’ economic, trade and financial blockade. She also praised Hanoi-Havana relations, which were strengthened following the recent visit of Vietnamese President Nguyen …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 73 dead last day, 1904 new cases

Seventy-three people in Bulgaria who tested positive for Covid-19 died last day, bringing the country’s disease-related death toll to 20,423, according to the unified information portal report dated Jan. Of 24,275 tests done the previous day, 1904 – about 7.84 percent – turned out positive. So far, 491,327 cases of …

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Early humans in Europe endured very cold climates, researchers find

Researchers at the German Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology and the National Institute for Archeology with Museum of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences discovered that hominids who lived in the Bacho Kiro Cave in Bulgaria 43,000-46,000 years ago were exposed to extreme cold. Archaeological remains from the cave are …

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Words that start with V to help you win Scrabble

Tracy Garbett / EyeEm / Getty Images Board games are a fun way to spend a Friday night with friends, and if your group is a competitive guy, Scrabble is likely to break through more often. Next time you break out the scrabble board, want a brain boost? Look no …

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