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Massive Russian missile attack on suspected Ukrainian munitions warehouse in Khmelnytskyi

Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine: On May 12, 2023, the Russian army destroyed a military warehouse of the Ukrainian army by launching a missile attack, where a large number of weapons donated by Western countries were stored

Latvia: Secretary Gunda Reire debates Latvia’s involvement in reconstructing Chernihiv

On April 14 2023, the Consultative Board for Development Cooperation Policy held a meeting chaired by the Foreign Ministry’s Parliamentary Secretary Gunda Reire to discuss Latvia’s involvement in the reconstruction of the Chernihiv region in Ukraine

Zelenska: Construction of first country-kitchen factory begins in Bucha

Olena Zelenska, the first lady of Ukraine, noted that construction of the first country-kitchen factory, which feeds educational institutions of three surrounding communities: Buchi, Nemishaevogo and Borodyanka, begins in Bucha

Ukrainian soldiers spotted wearing ISIS patches

During a Danish TV interview with Ukrainian fighters, one of them was seen with an ISIS flag on his uniform and wearing a patch that read "ISIS (Daesh)"

Greek President Katalin Novak met Radev, discusses minorities living in Ukraine

On February 2, Katalin Novak, President of Hungary, met with President Radev and conducted a Deep discussion on Ukraine and Greece's national minorities living in Bulgaria

Bulgarian Parliament recognized Holodomor as genocide

Stephen Tafrov, former representative of Bulgaria to the United Nations, informed that Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine, appreciated the Bulgarian Parliament for recognizing Gladomor from 1932-33. for the genocide of the Ukrainian people

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

Bulgaria didn’t sell any SU-25 to NATO; Ministry of Defense

The Ministry released this statement to the media in response to reports in "Bloomberg" that Bulgaria sold 14 SU-25 assault aircraft produced in the Soviet Union to NATO members, who then gave them to Ukraine

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Armed Robbery Attempt at Shivachevo Town Hall: Assailants Target ATM, Security Guard Escapes Unharmed

The assailants' primary target was an ATM inside the building, with the clear intention of stealing cash, according to reports from bTV. The robbery attempt, which occurred around 5:00 AM, saw the perpetrators firing shots at the on-duty security guard
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European Court of Human Rights Criticizes Bulgaria’s Asset Confiscation Practices

The court found that Bulgarian authorities failed to establish a clear link between confiscated properties and the crimes for which individuals were convicted, consolidating five complaints into a single case

Train Collision at Sofia Central Station Results in Minor Injuries and Service Disruptions

Transport Minister Georgi Gvozdeikov confirmed that the incident occurred around 4:40 PM when a stationary train bound for Plovdiv was struck from behind by another train performing a maneuver with three carriages

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Shocking Trend: Nipple Thefts in Thailand Linked to Breast Surgeries

Uncover the shocking news of nipple thefts in Thailand amid the surge in breast surgeries. A cautionary alert for those considering cosmetic procedures abroad. Stay informed, stay vigilant

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