News in the category "World"

Zelensyi's Party is the Big Winner of the Ukrainian Elections

Volodymyr Zelensky
22.07.2019 / 11:17

The party of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is the great winner of yesterday's extraordinary parliamentary elections. According to the poll results, "Servant of the People" won 44.2% of the votes. But it is unclear whether it will be enough for the presidential party to run...

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Female Suicide Bomber Killed 6 People in Pakistan

Ambulance
21.07.2019 / 17:10

A terrorist kamikaze killed six people - including two policemen - in northwestern Pakistan. The attack was carried out at the entrance to a hospital in the village located on the outskirts of Dera Ismail Khan district.

The terrorist was acting at a time when police officers helped to transport...

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Russia Urged Europe to Clarify its Position on the Iranian Nuclear Agreement

Russian flag
19.07.2019 / 10:29

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is on a visit to Germany and yesterday urged Europe to make a clearer stance on the Iranian nuclear deal, BTA reported.

Lavrov expressed Russia's growing concern about the US's exit from nuclear arms control treaties.

Lavrov and his German counterpart Heiko...

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Car Drove into a Group of Tourists in London, at Least Seven People Are Injured

Police car
14.07.2019 / 15:26

A car drove into a group of people in south-west London. At least seven people are injured, according to BGNES.

The incident happened on Saturday at about 23:15 local time (01:15 Sunday Bulgarian time). It is noted that police have arrived at the crime scene after receiving a call for mass...

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The Guardian: Facebook Will Be Fined $5 Billion for Privacy Violations

Facebook
14.07.2019 / 10:36

The Federal Trade Commission has reportedly voted to approve fining Facebook roughly bn to settle an investigation into the company’s privacy violations that was launched following the Cambridge Analytica revelations, The Guardian wrote.

The Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post, both...

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Following a Presidential Decree: Chernobyl is Now an "Open Zone"

Chernobyl
11.07.2019 / 14:23

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has signed a decree removing a number of bans to visit the exclusion zone, including the creation of a "green corridor" for tourists. This is what he said himself, quoted by TASS.

“We should show Chernobyl to the world: scientists, environmental...

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Emergency Situation in Greece, Six Tourists have Died in the Storms in Halkidiki

Storm in Halkidiki
11.07.2019 / 09:35

Six people died in a powerful storm that broke out last night in the popular tourist area of ​​Halkidiki. More than 100 people are injured.

The storm, accompanied by strong winds, rain and hail, has rooted trees, there are also damaged roofs and cars.

All six victims are foreign citizens. Two...

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Greece's Creditors Rejected the New Government's Appeals for Alleviations

Flag on Greece
09.07.2019 / 14:30

Greece's creditors rejected the calls of the country's new conservative government to alleviate the strict budgetary conditions agreed in the rescue program.

Conservative leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis sworn in as prime minister yesterday. During the election campaign he promised to cut taxes and...

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The UN Shocked by the Conditions in the US Migrant Centers

Migrants
08.07.2019 / 16:19

The UN chief for human rights said she was "deeply shocked" by the conditions in which migrants and refugees are held in custody centers in the United States after reports of heavy overcrowding and disease-spreading cells.

“As a paediatrician, but also as a mother and a former head of...

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A Foreign Ministers Meeting of the South East European Cooperation Process Begins

Ekaterina Zaharieva
08.07.2019 / 10:58

In Sarajevo, they will discuss European integration and connectivity as preconditions for sustainable development in the region, writes NOVA TV.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva arrived in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, where she will participate...

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