Russia launched missiles on apartment buildings, 20 killed 74 injured

After the rocket attacks yesterday in the Ukrainian city of Dnipro, 38 people were pulled from the wrecked apartment building. More than 74 individuals were discovered injured after a nightlong rescue effort, and 20 people—including a child—were found dead

Russia doesn’t intend to war against Ukraine

Representative of the Main Directorate of Intelligence Ministry of Defence of Ukraine, Andriy Cherniak, reported that Russia does not have any intentions to end the war against Ukraine

Borisov is responsible if Plovdiv Fair chartered to Gergov, says Ivanov

Hristo Ivanov, a Member of the Bulgarian National Assembly, stated that If the Plovdiv Fair is chartered to Georgi Gergov, Boyko Borisov will personally be responsible. This perfectly illustrates the relationship between Russian influence and corruption in our country

Russia’s conflict in Ukraine might become a “long-term process, says Putin

In a recent address, the president of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin highlighted that Russia's conflict in Ukraine might become a "long-term process." This occurs as he prepares to fight against an invasion in which Russian troops have been forced to flee, and even inside Russia, airbases have been attacked

Bulgaria and Kosovo to form joint task force to overcome energy crisis

During the meeting with President Vyosa Osmani-Sadriu on Thursday, President Rumen Radev agreed that the institutions of Bulgaria and Kosovo would form a joint task force to overcome the severe challenges resulting from the energy crisis

NATO is Fit for Future Challenges amid Russian aggression

NATO Allied leaders bolstered NATO's defensive and deterrence posture in response to Russia's unnecessary action against Ukraine and the shifting security landscape

Macron: France to mobilise International assistance for Ukraine on December 13

In a statement, President Emanuel Macron highlighted that France will mobilise international assistance to Ukraine on December 13 in order to support Ukraine's resilience in the face of Russian aggression. He said France decided to help Ukraine restore access to energy by repairing its electrical systems

Volgograd drowned in Feces after Sewer Explosion

Due to an explosion in one of the sewage collectors, rivers of sewage swamped Volgograd. The catastrophe occurred on Thursday, and while it may have been kept quiet in the early going, the stink has now "reached" Moscow. The local authorities formally acknowledge that they cannot handle the problem

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‘We Continue the Change’ strongly criticizes President Radev for neglecting assembly’s decision to arm Ukraine

Coalition "We continue the change - Democratic Bulgaria" sharply opposes President Rumen Radev's another attempt to neglect the decisions of the National Assembly. And, along with its official government, to take positions and make decisions that contradict Bulgaria's interests and threaten its security, separating it from its EU and NATO allies
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Botev resumes Educational seminars with European managers, invites Nikos Karauzas

Botev continues a series of open educational seminars with the participation of top football club managers in Europe. The second guest speaker of the series, which took place on 24.03, was the sales director of the Greek AEK, Nikos Karauzas

Taiwan tracked 10 Chinese fighter jets & 2 Navy Ships

Ten Chinese military aircraft and two navy ships were tracked by Taiwan, according to the Ministry of National Defense (MND), between 6 a.m. on Monday (March 20) and 6 a.m

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Russians willing to pay $10,000 for head of Wasim, paratrooper of 95th assault brigade

According to the information provided by 95 separate amphibious assault brigades of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Russians are willing to pay $10,000 for the head of Wasim, a paratrooper of the 95th assault brigade deployed over the line of Control