Varna, Bulgaria Newswire

Varna, Bulgaria Newswire

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  1. Farm Protests are Expected Again in Various Parts of BulgariaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sofia News Agency

    The branch organization "United Bulgarian breeders ' announced that the protests will be on four main points - the "Danube Bridge "- Rousse border checkpoint, Captain Petko Voyvoda ",on the road Lovech - Varna and the main road E-79 near railway tunnel. Their demands are still the same - for immediate payment of EU subsidies.

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  2. La Traviata by Bulgarian Soprano Sonya Yoncheva with Big Success WorldwideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 17 | Sofia News Agency

    The Metropolitan Opera 's current revival of Verdi's La Traviata , with the significant voice of the Bulgarian soprano Sonya Yoncheva , matched La La Land box office performance over the weekend. Thanks to America for Bulgaria Foundation's initiative '' Metropolitan opera Live from New York '', opera fans in Sofia, Plovdiv, Ruse and Varna can watch live the performances from New York.

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  3. AFIS Pollster: GERB and BSP with Equal Support Ahead of Snap ElectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 17 | Sofia News Agency

    About ten days before the snap parliamentary elections on March, 26 the answer to the question who is the likely winner remains open, according to the findings of pollster AFIS about the political preferences in Bulgaria, quoted by BNR. The two major parties, the Bulgarian Socialist Party and GERB , share almost equal support, and the outcome cannot be forecast in advance.

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  4. Coca-Cola Bulgaria builds mosaic out of 70,000 empty bottlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 14 | UPI

    The company collected 72,933 empty Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero and Schweppes Soda glass bottles and organized them into the shape of a giant bottle with the world "Bulgaria" in the center to break the Guinness World Record for "Largest glass bottle mosaic." "Achieving a Guinness World Records title is an impressive event by itself, but what adds an even bigger value to it is the community element.

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  5. Fewer Bulgarians Become Indebted, Debt Amount GrowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 14 | Sofia News Agency

    Fewer Bulgarians become indebted but the size of the debt is growing, announced the chairwoman of the Association of Collection Agencies in Bulgaria Rayna Mitkova, cited by BTA. According to Mitkova, there is a 22% increase in the average amount of a single debt and it is now about BGN 912.

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  6. EU-Gazprom deal clears Bulgaria of South Stream cancellation claimsRead the original story

    Monday Mar 13 | EurActiv.com

    The Commission published Gazprom's commitments on Monday to end a five-year antitrust case and avoid fines heavy fines. As part of the package, Gazprom agreed not to seek any damages from its Bulgarian partners following the termination of South Stream.

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  7. Wizz Air Cancels Sofia-Kutaisi FlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 7 | Sofia News Agency

    Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air will not operate flights to Kutaisi . The flights to Kutaisi started only a few months ago - at the end of September last year.

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  8. Quarter of Bulgarian Voters 'Want New Poll after Early Election'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 6 | Sofia News Agency

    One fourth of Bulgarian voters would like to take part in a new early poll after the upcoming snap election, a survey has shown. Asked about what should happen after the election, a narrow majority demand a center-right coalition, while 26% would like to see a center-left coalition, according to a poll by AFIS agency.

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  9. Trucks Barred from Some Bulgarian Motorways, Busiest Roads on Sunday AfternoonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 5 | Sofia News Agency

    Trucks weighing more than 12 tons will be barred from using motorways and the busiest roads in Bulgaria between 14:00 and 20:00 news on Sunday, March 05, authorities say. The reason is the intense traffic directed to Sofia expected at the end of a long weekend , according to the Road Infrastructure Agency.

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  10. Overbooking means denied seats can face costly delays..Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 4 | This Is Money

    ... told the flight was full.' Nicola Clayton, a teaching assistant from Lincoln, booked a Wizz Air flight to Varna, Bulgaria, to visit her father. The return flight for her family of four cost A 1,500. Nicola and husband Ray, a caretaker, were left at ...

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  11. MTV Presents their First Major Event in Varna, BulgariaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 2 | Sofia News Agency

    The first major international production, organized by the most famous music television channel MTV will be held in Varna on July, 15 this year. This was announced by Mark Swift, senior vice president of Vivacom International Media Networks.

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  12. Bulgarian Businessman-Turned-Politician Admits go Giving BribesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 2 | Sofia News Agency

    Varna-based businessman Veselin Mareshki has admitted to giving bribes in cases he "had no choice". In an interview with bTV station, Mareshki, whose party Volya is expected to enter Parliament in March 26's election, has said "political parties which governed in certain moments" asked him for bribes.

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  13. Ryanair Announces New Winter Services from BulgariaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 1 | Sofia News Agency

    The Irish low-cost airline '' Ryanair '' will implement their summer program for flight also during the winter of 2017, and the tickets are already on sale from a starting price of EUR 9.99 per direction, said the company during their conference in Sofia on Monday. The reason for their decision is the increase in ticket sales in Bulgaria and the expectation that it will continue.

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  14. Hampshire four-year-old girl 'fighting for life' after being sucked into hot tub filterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 28 | Daily Echo

    A HAMPSHIRE four-year-old girl is fighting for her life in hospital after being sucked into a hot tub filter, it has been reported. The girl was playing with her mum at a hotel in the Black Sea resort of Varna, Bulgaria, when the incident happened.

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  15. Three Bulgarian Films in 21st Sofia Film Fest's International CompetitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 28 | Sofia News Agency

    For the first time in the history of the most prestigious international festival in Bulgaria three films created by Bulgarian authors and with majority domestic funding will be presented before the international jury, which traditionally awarded the Grand Prize of the festival Sofia - City of Film , provided by Sofia Municipality. Receiving Locarno Film Festival's "Golden Leopard" and two awards in Sarajevo, as well as the "Golden Rose" prize in Varna, Ralitza Petrova's Godless is "a groundbreaking study of the human spirit in his longing for purity and redemption."

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  16. Girl in hospital after being sucked into hot tub filterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 27 | Daily Mail

    White couple weep as judge gives them 28 years in prison for interrupting a black child's eighth birthday party with Confederate flags, racist slurs and armed threats No wall, no problem! Trucks are caught on camera brazenly driving through a hole in a 10ft high US-Mexico border fence created by smugglers using blowtorches Mississippi man 'snapped and shot dead his girlfriend, a 69-year-old churchgoer and injured a jogger' sparking a massive manhunt EXCLUSIVE: Whistle blower claims he was fired from Ferrari after he discovered it tampers with odometers on its multi-million dollar sports cars so mileage appears lower than it is - and wealthy owners can resell at higher prices Minnesota lawyer, 60, who failed a sobriety test after killing a jogger with his SUV wasn't drunk but actually suffering from a brain tumor Trump to tout his massive defense buildup, spiking of trade deal, border ... (more)

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  17. Brit girl, 4, fighting for life after getting sucked into hot tub at hotelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 27 | Mirror.co.uk

    The tot was rushed to hospital in Varna, a city on the Black Sea, where she has needed emergency surgery. Distraught Nicola, originally from Waterlooville in Hampshire, said part of her intestine has had to be removed and she is now in an induced coma.

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  18. British Boy in Severe Condition after Jacuzzi Incident in BulgariaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 27 | Sofia News Agency

    A 4-year-old boy from the UK is still in a severe condition after begin sucked into a jacuzzi in a Bulgarian Black Sea hotel, the Bulgarian National Radio. The trauma inflicted on the boy is "very serious", with the boy still being left in shock, two days after the incident, a doctor is quoted as saying.

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  19. NY Times: In Bulgaria, a Businessman Who Talks (and Acts) Like TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | Sofia News Agency

    After Donald Trump 's surpising victory in the US eletion, Bulgaria has become one of the formerly Communist countries in the East going through a surge of populist politicians, the New York Times has noted in a profile of businessman Veselin Mareshki. The Varna-based entrepreneur, who owns a pharmaceutics chain, fuel stations and other businesses, will run in March 26's early election with his party called Volya , or "Will".

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  20. Nineteen Independent Candidates Running in Bulgaria's Early ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 14, 2017 | Sofia News Agency

    There are at least 19 independent canndidates who have submitted their registration paper to the Central Election Commission prior to the early election in Bulgaria. Nine of these are members of Normalna Darzhava party of former BSP lawmaker Georgi Kadiev , which was denied registration for the snap vote.

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