Lovech, Bulgaria Newswire

Lovech, Bulgaria Newswire

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  1. There is Bulgarian 'Liquid Gold' in over 2.3 Million Expensive French PerfumesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Sofia News Agency

    For the past 5 years, one of the biggest Bulgarian rose oil producers - "Bulgarska Rose" AD - Karlovo, the company which is one of the main suppliers of fragrance houses in Grasse, France, has supplied the leading manufacturers of perfumes Damascena rose oil, which has been invested in over 11 million perfumes from world-famous brands. The company also produces its own cosmetic products line, which are exported all over Europe, China, Vietnam, South Korea, USA, Russia, Australia, Japan, Singapore, Philippines and others.

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  2. Basketball - Bulgarian league final abandoned after crowd violenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 23 | Channelnewsasia.com

    SOFIA: Fan violence caused the second match of the Bulgarian basketball league's playoff final between hosts Levski Lukoil and Balkan Botevgrad to be abandoned on Wednesday after the home fans threw objects and attempted to attack the visiting team's players. The game between the long-time rivals started in a tense atmosphere in the Universiada Hall in Sofia with vociferous Levski "ultras", their hardcore fans, standing close behind the visitors' bench, shouting insults at the Balkan staff and throwing plastic bottles.

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  3. Bulgaria Should Submit to Russia its Options for Belene NPP by the End of JuneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 23 | Sofia News Agency

    By the end of June, the Bulgarian Ministry of Energy must provide Russia with the various options for using the Belene NPP equipment. This is written in a summary of the talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Bulgarian counterpart Rumen Radev in Sochi, according to Russian state news agency TASS, quoted by Actualno.com.

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  4. Putin, Bulgarian President Tout Cultural Ties, Energy ProjectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 23 | Weekday Magazine

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Bulgarian counterpart have hailed their common cultural ties and vowed to revive economic links between the two Black Sea nations. At a meeting in the Russian resort city of Sochi on May 22, Putin and Rumen Radev extolled their countries' common Slavic roots and discussed pursuing a couple of major new energy projects.

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  5. Vasil Bojkov The Skilled Chess Player BillionaireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 23 | Digital Game Developer

    Chess is one of the most popular board games in the world. Strategy, visualisation and evaluation are essential to this intriguing game that has been around since before the 9th century- and Vasil Bojkov exceeds all three of these skills.

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  6. Russia's Rosatom ready to pitch for Bulgarian nuclear projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 22 | Reuters

    Russian state nuclear company Rosatom is ready to take part in a tender to develop Bulgaria's Belene nuclear power plant, Rosatom head Alexei Likhachev said on Tuesday. Bulgaria is reviving plans for the plant and is open to Russian participation, its president Rumen Radev said on Monday, a day before meeting President Vladimir Putin.

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  7. Bulgarian N-Plant Sparks Back to LifeRead the original story

    Tuesday May 22 | Transitions Online

    Bulgaria's prime minister and president have thrown their weight behind the restart of the country's much-delayed second nuclear power plant. "There are already announcements for the revival of the Belene nuclear project, which supposes Russian participation as well," President Rumen Radev said Monday after meeting Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, Reuters reports .

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  8. Radev pleads in Moscow for 'Bulgarian Stream' pipelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 21 | EurActiv.com

    Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev [R] and Bulgarian President Rumen Radev in Moscow on 21 May 2018. [Press service of the Bulgarian President] Bulgarian President Rumen Radev used the first day of an official trip to Moscow on Monday to try and resurrect plans for a pipeline that would bring gas directly from Russia to Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, after it was cancelled in 2014.

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  9. Bulgaria open to Russian role in nuclear power projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 21 | Reuters

    Bulgaria is reviving plans to develop its Belene nuclear power plant and is open to Russian participation in the project, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said on Monday after talks with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in Moscow. FILE PHOTO: Bulgarian President Rumen Radev speaks during news conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah, in the occupied West Bank March 22, 2018.

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  10. Levski Sofia fined over 'Nazi' boys case at cup finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 18 | Channelnewsasia.com

    SOFIA: Levski Sofia have been fined 37,500 levs after a child made a Nazi salute and another showed a swastika scrawling on his bare chest during the Bulgarian cup final last week, the domestic football union said on Friday. The images of the shirtless young boys standing on the athletics track at the Vasil Levski national stadium caused a public outcry after being posted online.

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  11. 15 Minutes Hail and Disaster in Byala Slatina, Northwestern BulgariaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 17 | Sofia News Agency

    Rain turned into hail - with the size of the ice pieces like a walnut, came over Byala Slatina and caused huge damage to the town. Older people say they do not remember such a thing.

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  12. The Bulgarian Cabinet said 'Yes' to Restart the Nuclear Power Plant 'Belene', China Wants to InvestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | Sofia News Agency

    The Cabinet decided to lift the moratorium on the Belene NPP project and submit it for vote to the National Assembly, bTV reported. Prime Minister Boyko Borisov announced today that the project will be brought back.

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  13. Bulgarian government prepares to revive Belene nuclear projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | Reuters

    The Bulgarian government decided on Wednesday to ask parliament to lift a ban on the development of the 2,000-megawatt Belene nuclear power plant as it gears up to attract foreign investors to revive the project. Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova has said the Balkan country plans to launch a tender by the end of the year to pick a strategic investor for the plant, which is estimated to cost at least 10 billion euros .

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  14. UPDATE 1-Bulgarian government prepares to revive Belene nuclear projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 16 | Reuters

    The Bulgarian government decided on Wednesday to ask parliament to lift a ban on the development of the 2,000-megawatt Belene nuclear power plant as it gears up to attract foreign investors to revive the project. Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova has said the Balkan country plans to launch a tender by the end of the year to pick a strategic investor for the plant, which is estimated to cost at least 10 billion euros .

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  15. Over 145,000 Families in Bulgaria have Reproductive ProblemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Sofia News Agency

    Over 145,000 families in Bulgaria have reproductive problems and about 50,000 are the births for 2017. According to data from the "National Cause Movement", which has been engaged in the promotion of increase of birth rates for more than two years, the BNT reported.

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  16. Bulgaria PM plans to restart second atomic power projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | EurActiv.com

    A worker during the launch of the project for the construction of the first 1,000 MW unit of the second nuclear plant of Belene, some 220km from Sofia, Bulgaria, 3 September 2008. [ EPA/VASSIL DONEV ] Six years after freezing the construction of a second nuclear power plant, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov announced on Saturday he intends to restart the project.

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  17. Investigative reporter attacked in BulgariaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 14 | CPJ Press Freedom Online

    The Committee to Protect Journalists today called on Bulgarian authorities to conduct a thorough investigation into an attack on investigative journalist Hristo Geshov, who was beaten on May 10 outside his home in the northwestern town of Cherven Bryag, and guarantee his safety. Geshov told the Bulgarian business weekly Capital that an unknown assailant hit him several times in the back while he was unlocking his door, kicked him to the ground, and then continued to kick him all over.

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  18. Outrage Over Children Displaying Neo-Nazi Symbols at Football Game in BulgariaRead the original story

    Monday May 14 | Transitions Online

    Pictures from a football game on 9 May in Sofia that show two boys with Nazi symbols and slogans painted on their bodies have sparked an investigation from child protection authorities along with international concern. One of the two boys who were standing in front of the crowd had his arms raised in what seemed an anti-Semitic salute, while the other appeared to have a swastika drawn on his chest.

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  19. Bulgarian Minister of Energy: We will Bring the Belene NPP Report to Parliament within DaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 14 | Sofia News Agency

    " Bulgaria should seek the opportunity about realization on a market principle and without a state guarantee of the Belene NPP. To start this process, a parliamentary mandate will be needed.

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  20. Bulgarian govt to seek mandate for talks with investors over nuclear plantRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 12 | Reuters

    Bulgaria's government will ask parliament to give it the authority to negotiate with investors to build the Belene nuclear power project on the Danube River, the prime minister said on Saturday. The Black Sea state initially canceled the project, estimated to cost about 10 billion euros, in 2012 after failing to find foreign investors and bowing to U.S. and European Union pressure to limit the country's energy dependence on Russia, which would have supplied some equipment.

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