Archive for June 4th, 2013

June 4, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

Plamen Oresharski, appointed prime minister of Bulgaria as of May 29 in the socialist government, held his first official meeting with ambassadors of European Union and Nato member states on […]

MEPs quiz Croatia’s European Commissioner-designate on key consumer priorities

June 4, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

Members of the European Parliament questioned Croatia’s European Commissioner-designate Neven Mimica on EU consumer policy and his plans for the nex ...

Flooding endangers Slovakia

June 4, 2013, by The Slovak Spectator

Because of the heavy rain that hit Europe over the past few days, several countries, including Slovakia, now face the threat of flooding. The level of ...

Imminent gas drilling off Cyprus forces full use planning

June 4, 2013, by Independent Balkan News Agency

The long-awaited moment, the arrival of the Noble oil rig to the maritime exclusive economic zone of Cyprus in order to perform the confirmatory drill ...

  • Turkey protests reveal wider political struggle
    June 4, 2013, by Al Pessin of VOANews

    The continuing demonstrations in Turkey started as a protest against plans to develop a popular square in Istanbul that is a symbol of Turkey’s commitment to secularism. But analysts say […]

  • A birthday, and a new look for The Sofia Globe
    June 4, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

    In celebration of the first birthday on June 4 2013 of The Sofia Globe, the daily news and features website covering Bulgaria and the world, our website has a fresh […]

  • Flood Watch Budapest: Class 1 Storm warning issued
    June 4, 2013, by The Budapest Times

    The Hungarian Weather Service, OMS, has issued a yellow Class 1 weather warning for Budapest and the northern parts of the Danube. This means that 25-30mm of precipitation can amount […]