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Botev Plovdiv youth support for white South African farmers

Plovdiv, Bulgaria: The youth of Plovdiv-based football club supports the white South African farmers who were brutally murdered and tortured after the hate speech given by South African Politician Julius Sello Malema

South Africa: CCTV captures horrifying gas exposion, locals reported gas smelling before disaster

Johannesburg,South Africa: CCTV in Johannesburg, South Africa, captured the horrifying moment a busy road exploded, seemingly out of nowhere. The blast, which killed at least one person and left dozens more injured, sent vehicles flying into the air, with one man leaping out of the path of a minibus as it came crashing down

India delivers ‘Made in India Covid-19 vaccines to 42 African countries

According to External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Wednesday, India provided "Made in India" Covid vaccinations to 42 countries on the African continent as part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "One Earth, One Health" and "Vasudeva Kutumbakam" ideologies

Club Botev Plovdiv congratulates Ume and Nnadi for astonishing win over Argentina U-20

Botev Plovdiv, the Bulgarian Football club, congratulated Ume Emmanuel and Tochukwu Nnadi, who plays for the Canaries and currently playing for their country at FIFA under-20 World Cup in Argentina. Representing their homeland Nigeria in the U-20 World Cup, they defeated the host team by 2-0

Russian and Ugandan Foreign Minister signs joint statement on no first placement of Weapons in outer space

On May 18, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov held talks with Foreign Minister of the Republic of Uganda Abubaker Jeje Odongo, who is in Moscow on a working visit. The meeting took place in a friendly and trust-based atmosphere traditional for Russian-Ugandan relations

UNICEF to install two oxygen production plants in the North and Adamawa regions

UNICEF Has received 200 oxygen cylinders to improve access to oxygen in the most remote areas by installing two oxygen production plants (one in Guider in the North region and another in Meiganga in the Adamaoua region)

World Bank: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is obstructing post-pandemic economic recovery in Europe and Central Asia

The world bank recently released the latest economic report in which they mentioned that the ongoing conflict in Ukraine had obscured hopes for post-pandemic economic recovery for rising and developing economies in Europe and Central Asia

EU aims to provide electricity access to 100 million Africans by 2030

Addressing the ministers, she stated, "We are building a more sustainable future. We are supporting Africa in powering its rising industry and selling clean energy abroad. It's good for all our economies and the planet". 

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Bulgaria: Honey Prices Plummet Amidst Market Glut and Climatic Challenges

Bulgarian beekeepers in the Dobrudja region are sounding the alarm as the value of honey continues to plummet despite a backdrop of rising costs and challenging climatic conditions
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Minister Hilaire unveils Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival 2024 lineup

The Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, as well as the member of parliament serving for the Castries South, Ernest Hilaire, unveils the Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival 2024 lineup. The event will be celebrated from April 30 to May 12, 2024.

Bulgarian Mountain Rescue Issues Urgent Warning on Avalanche Risks

As enthusiasts and tourists flock to the breathtaking landscapes of Bulgaria's mountainous terrains, the rescue service is urging caution and vigilance

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Bulgaria witnesses red aurora lights, the rarest of a rare phenomenon

Bulgaria observes an unusual red glow in the skies believed to be red Aurora lights. The rare phenomenon causes multicoloured lights to dance in the sky. The red and magenta colours were the most dominant
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Moldova: Taraklia honours traditional customs of Lazarus Saturday

On the eve of Lazarus Saturday before Palm Sunday, a group of students of the House of Creativity congratulated the administration of the district, the delegation of teachers from the Ruse University "Angel Kanchev", the consul of the Republic of Bulgaria in the Republic of Moldova, the rector of Tarakli State University on the Bulgarian national holiday "Lazar Day"