Archive for July 8th, 2013

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July 8, 2013, by Independent Balkan News Agency

On July 8 2013, the peace march from Nezuk near Tuzla began. From this departure point, participants in the Peace March will make a three-day trek to Srebrenica and will […]

Europe to send more bailout money to Greece

July 8, 2013, by VOANews

Greece’s international creditors have agreed to hand it a further 6.3 billion euro in bailout funds, even as they warn the country faces an unce ...

US-Europe talks open on free trade pact

July 8, 2013, by VOANews

The United States and Europe have opened negotiations on what could become the world’s largest free trade zone, but the initial talks were overs ...

South Stream pipeline runs into delays in Bulgaria

July 8, 2013, by Alex Bivol

Gazprom’s signature pipeline project, South Stream, was behind schedule in Bulgaria, but company management remains adamant that the pipeline will b ...

  • Bulgaria’s paltry pro-government, anti-Plevneliev protests
    July 8, 2013, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    The special statement by Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev effectively calling for early parliamentary elections has given a new focus to the country’s pro-government protesters – albeit off somewhat of a […]

  • GERB candidate Portnih elected mayor of Varna
    July 8, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

    GERB candidate Ivan Portnih has been elected mayor of Bulgaria’s main Black Sea city of Varna, defeating Hristo Bozov, who stood as an independent but was backed by the Bulgarian […]

  • Polish euro zone entry may be put on hold for years: PM
    July 8, 2013, by The Warsaw Voice

    Poland will not be able to enter the eurozone for years because the government lacks the required majority to approve the necessary constitutional changes, Prime Minister Donald Tusk said in […]