161 refugees rescued in Adriatic Sea by SAR

On Tuesday afternoon, 161 people rescued by the Life Support search and rescue (SAR) vessel crew went ashore in the central Italian coastal town of Ortona on the Adriatic Sea

Bulgaria under surveillance of EU after Brussels quits

Bulgaria is once again under the supervision of the European Commission for the Rule of Law after Brussels ceased to control it through annual reports in 2019. The renewal of surveillance has become tacit with Bulgaria's consent to apply for Schengen again

Bulgaria: Burgas Hospital demands additional storage facilities to keep unclaimed bodies recovered from forests

Ivan Gashev, Bulgaria's chief prosecutor, stated that Burgas's hospitals are filled with unidentified dead bodies discovered by the hunters in the forests of Bulgaria-Turkish border. They cannot be released or buried because their identity is still unspecified. Every day, more people are found dead, and hospitals run out of room

Bulgaria: Coast guards rescued 38 refugees in Black Sea, cruising to Romania

Border security Guards rescued 38 Refugees in the Black Sea, including a Baby. The refugees are mostly Afghans and Syrian nationalists. The interior ministry reported that 38 people, including 22 men, eight women, eight children, and a baby, were brought safely to the Bulgarian shore by Border Police

Bulgaria: Refugee centres exceed maximum capacity over 20%

Bulgarian refugee centres have exceeded their maximum capacity by over 20%. Both "Pastrogor" and the Busmantsi refugee camp are filled with people. More than 420 individuals are now housed there, despite its 300-person capacity

Bulgaria: 25,000 Ukraine refugees signed up to shift accommodation

Another phase of the scheme will commence after May 31, under which a total amount of 10 or 15 leva per person will be paid to the hotels by the Bulgarian government.

Bulgarian transport ministry to relocate 30,000 Ukraine refugees

The transport ministry will be relocating the Ukraine nationals who fled the war land amid the Russian military invasion, providing additional carriages on trains from the railway stations at Varna and Bourgas on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast.

Mark of Terror: 100 million refugees forced to flee their homes

These refugees left their countries amid war, violence, persecution or discrimination with the motive of saving their and loved ones' lives.

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Minister Hilaire unveils Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival 2024 lineup

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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