Archive for July 9th, 2012

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July 9, 2012, by Ken Bredemeier of VOANews

A new report is signaling that most of the world’s major economies will slow in the coming months, with only Brazil advancing. A Paris-based economics think tank, the Organization for Economic […]

Court settles ownership of Bulgaria’s Plovdiv fair

July 9, 2012, by Alex Bivol

Bulgaria’s supreme court of cassation ruled to confirm the judgment of an appellate court that kept the Plovdiv International Fair in the ownership ...

Bulgaria hails conduct of Libyan elections

July 9, 2012, by The Sofia Globe staff

The high voter turnout in the July 7 2012 national assembly elections in Libya shows that the country’s people want to live in a free and democratic ...

Heat wave prompts ‘code orange’ weather warning in Bulgaria

July 9, 2012, by The Sofia Globe staff

The unrelenting heat scalding Bulgaria for the past week is set to continue, prompting the meteorology institute of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences ...

  • Wine Olympics: Sampling an unlikely variety of English wines
    July 9, 2012, by John and Helena Baker for The Prague Post

    With the eyes of the world on this year’s Olympics in London, it might be timely to cast an eye over England’s winemaking scene. Although hardly a vinous powerhouse, England […]

  • Film review: Ice Age: Continental Drift
    July 9, 2012, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    The sloth, the mammoth and the saber are back, and though they have moved beyond the ice age that gave the series its title, the planet is pushing on, twisting […]