Bulgaria

When Conservation Work Pays Off: After 20 Years, The Saker Falcon Breeds Again In Bulgaria

The Saker Falcon (Falco cherrug) is a bird of prey living in plains and forest-steppes in the West and semi-desert montane plateaus and cliffs in the East. The majority of its Central and Eastern European population is migratory and spends winters...

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Russian Ambassador To France Summoned By Foreign Ministry Over Sanctions Against European Officials

The punitive measures imposed by Moscow came in response to the expulsion of Russian diplomats by several states, including Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, and Poland. The row began after Czech authorities claimed that Russian military...
Related topics: France, Russia, Moscow, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Poland, Military

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Russia To React To ‘unacceptable’ Actions Of Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Kremlin Says

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia will react to the “unacceptable and provocative” actions of Bulgaria and the Czech Republic, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday.
Related topics: Russia, Czech Republic, Kremlin, Moscow

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Lavrov On Bulgaria's New Claims: They Could Also Accuse Us Of Killing Franz Ferdinand

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov commented on Wednesday on Bulgaria's claims of Russia's involvement in arms depots explosions, saying ironically that Moscow could also be accused of killing Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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Protest Parties Surge In Bulgaria Election, Threatening Prime Minister Borissov

Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borissov may have difficulty holding on to power after a surge of votes in an election Sunday for anti-establishment and anti-corruption parties that want him out.Exit polls forecast his center-right GERB party to...
Related topics: Protests, Polls

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Bulgaria’s Ruling Party Ahead In Parliamentary Vote With Over 23%, Early Results Shows

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Bulgaria's ruling GERB party is winning in the parliamentary elections with more than 23 percent of the votes, according to early results from the Central Election Commission released after 6.7 of the votes had been counted.
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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In Coal-addicted Bulgaria, Eu Climate Goal Faces Hurdles

With its belching smokestacks, Bulgaria's Bobov Dol coal plant symbolises the type of industry the EU aims to eliminate—and the hurdles it faces in its green transition.

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Putin's Spies Are Getting Sloppy: 'america Isn't Sending A Guy To Your House To Kill You With A...

Russian agents have become less fussy about how they conduct covert operations in Europe, making them easier to detect. Getty Bulgaria arrested six people allegedly spying for Russia inside NATO. One spy was nicknamed "The Resident." NATO...
Related topics: Vladimir Putin, Russia, Nato

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Bulgaria's Expulsion Of Russian Diplomats Orchestrated By External Forces, Says Kremlin

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Bulgaria's decision to expel Russian diplomats over their alleged involvement in spying activities was initiated by outside actors, the Russian Foreign Ministry's spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said on Friday.
Related topics: Kremlin, Russia, Moscow

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Can Joe Biden And Mitt Romney Revolutionize American Child Benefits?

The US has some of the highest child poverty levels in the developed world, closer to Bulgaria and Chile than the UK or Germany, and far behind leaders like Finland and Denmark.https://datawrapper.dwcdn.net/TNHJm/1/That could change if a child...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Mitt Romney, Chile, United Kingdom, Germany, Finland, Denmark

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Islamism Is Stunting Turkish Academic Achievement

Turkey, with a population of 83 million and two Nobel Prizes won, ranks 62nd on the list of countries by Nobel laureates per capita. This score is worse than that of the Palestinian territories, Bulgaria, Guatemala, Azerbaijan, Algeria, Yemen, Ghana,
Related topics: Turkey, Guatemala, Azerbaijan, Algeria, Yemen, Ghana

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Bringing Down The Bridges: This Sabotage Mission Inspired Resistance Against Nazi Germany

Warfare History Network History, Europe The OSS Evros Mission destroyed two key spans linking Greece, Turkey, and Bulgaria. Here's What You Need to Know: All members of the Evros team were awarded the Bronze Star. In April 1941, German troops...
Related topics: Germany, Greece, Turkey

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People In Netherlands Most Protective Of Personal Data Privacy Online In Eu, Poll Shows

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - People in the Netherlands, Finland and Denmark are the most protective of their personal data while surfing the internet among the entire European Union, while the least protective people live in Bulgaria, Romania and Greece, a...
Related topics: Netherlands, Polls, Russia, Moscow, Finland, Denmark, Romania, Greece

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Some Orthodox Christians Ignore Covid Warnings On Epiphany

Thousands of Orthodox Christian worshippers in Bulgaria ignored warnings by health authorities to abstain from mass gatherings and instead kept to their centuries-old Epiphany traditions

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Serbian President Takes Part In Ceremony Launching Gas Via Turkstream Through Serbia

BELGRADE (Sputnik) - Serbian President Alexander Vucic on Friday morning attended a ceremony dedicated to the launch of Russian gas into the Serbian gas transmission system via Bulgaria from the TurkStream gas pipeline.
Related topics: Serbia, Belgrade

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Russia Declares Bulgarian Diplomat Persona Non Grata In Response To Expulsion Of Envoy From Sofia

Bulgaria declared a Russian attache at the embassy in Sofia persona non grata earlier this month on suspicion he had been gathering military information. Moscow stated it retained the right to retaliate.
Related topics: Russia, Military, Moscow

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Greek Monastery Seeks Return Of Stolen Religious Objects From Bulgaria

Leading clerics and monks in Greece are urging the state to take legal action against Bulgaria in a bid to win back hundreds of rare religious relics, including Byzantine manuscripts, that Greece alleges were stolen by Bulgarian guerrillas during...
Related topics: Religion, Greece

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Bulgaria: Parliament Rejects Draft New Constitution

The Bulgarian parliament on Wednesday rejected a controversial plan by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov to rewrite the constitution, which he submitted in August in an attempt to defuse the political crisis.   This proposal, recently criticized by...

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Why Russia’s Mig-29 Fighter Never Lived Up To The Hype

Mark Episkopos MiG-29, Europe NATO feared this jet in the last days of the Cold War but it never seemed to reach its potential. Why? Flown by everyone from the current President of Bulgaria to the Mongolian Air Force, the MiG-29 (NATO reporting...
Related topics: Russia, Nato

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After Three Months Of Anti-government Protests In Bulgaria, What’s At Stake?

An opposition leader was barred from a public beach; now, people want changeProtest in front of the Parliament in Sofia, Bulgaria on July 15, 2020. Photo by Veni Kojouharova, used with permission. The evenings in Sofia's Independence Square have...
Related topics: Protests, World Photos

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