Archive for July 8th, 2015

July 8, 2015, by Henry Ridgwell of VOANews

As Europe’s politicians debate the future of Greece in the eurozone, the economic arguments seem distant for many Greeks living in poverty. Five years of government spending cuts have had […]

Russia blocks UN resolution recognising Srebrenica massacre as genocide

July 8, 2015, by VOANews

Russia has vetoed a draft U.N. resolution condemning the 1995 massacre at Srebrenica during the Bosnian war as an act of genocide. The U.N. Security C ...

Bulgaria’s Corporate Commercial Bank ‘functioned as a financial pyramid’ – parliamentary committee

July 8, 2015, by The Sofia Globe staff

From its establishment, Corporate Commercial Bank – formerly Bulgaria’s fourth-largest and now bankrupt – had functioned as a financial pyra ...

Tsipras ‘confident’ of meeting deadline for reform proposals

July 8, 2015, by VOANews

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Wednesday he is confident of meeting an end of the week “final deadline” European leaders have gi ...

  • Plevneliev: ‘Crimea is Ukraine, and Ukraine is Europe’
    July 8, 2015, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Bulgaria will work for a strong and unified EU position for ensuring the territorial integrity of Ukraine and supporting the democratic and European path of the country, Bulgarian head of […]