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May 17, 2015, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

The 13-year-old girl was alone among the group of teenagers that Russell Foster was asking about their sleeping habits in telling him that she was getting a good night’s rest. […]


Richard Dawkins, on brains and brainwashing

May 17, 2015, by The Sofia Globe staff

If you are not particularly gifted at mathematics but hope that evolution may help out your distant descendants, Richard Dawkins is not the one to bol ...

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The price of coexistence between the EU and Russia

May 17, 2015, by Piotr Buras of the European Council on Foreign Relations

If the main flaw of the European security order after 1989 was that it was unsuited to incorporating Russia in the long term, isn’t it high time for ...

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Bulgarian wine makes a place for itself in New York

May 12, 2015, by Magdalena Rahn

It was sunny out, and shirtsleeves sufficed. Union Square — the one in New York City —was its typical behemoth of eclecticism, and then one turns ...

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    Ukraine’s reform crossroads
    May 7, 2015, by Vessela Tcherneva

    Ukraine has not crossed its Rubicon. The most important and urgent decisions for its future, both internal and external, are still ahead, and the next few months will be decisive. […]

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    Bulgaria: A hard road for girls in Roma settlement
    May 6, 2015, by Deutsche Welle

    Women in the Roma settlement near Vidin, Bulgaria, seldom have more than two children. Tatiana Vaksberg, who lived there, says there’s a good reason for their decision – and it’s […]

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    Visit CERN virtually at the Sofia Science Festival
    April 23, 2015, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Visitors to the Sofia Science Festival will be able to take one step beyond and go on a virtual tour of CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, best known […]