Archive for January 16th, 2018

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January 16, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis has lost a vote of confidence in parliament on Tuesday. Originally scheduled for January 10, the vote was delayed after an eight-hour debate last week. Babis, the […]

EU to announce new strategy for Western Balkans in February

January 16, 2018, by Independent Balkan News Agency

The Head of the EU Delegation to Bosnia and Herzegovina and EU Special Representative, Ambassador Lars-Gunnar Wigemark, said that the door to BiH, as ...

Bulgarian PM Borissov condemns murder of Serb politician Ivanović in Kosovo

January 16, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov, whose country currently holds the rotating presidency of the EU, said on January 16 that he categorically con ...

Bulgarian Defence Minister: PM, Parliament back introducing paid voluntary military service

January 16, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov and the majority in Parliament support the introduction of paid voluntary military service, Defence Minister K ...

  • Sofia University: New student society to fight homophobia
    January 16, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

    A new student organisation at Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski intends to fight homophobia and transphobia. The “Student Society for Equality” also said it was going to raise awareness about everything […]

  • Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic gunned down in Kosovo
    January 16, 2018, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    The head of the Serb party  “Freedom, Democracy, Justice”, Oliver Ivanovic was shot dead on the morning of January 16 in the north of Mitrovica in Kosovo. Party officials said […]

  • German police rescue refugees from Bulgarian container
    January 16, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Two young refugees have been rescued from a container on a Bulgarian truck by German police. The container they were in had been sealed in Bulgaria. When the driver of […]

  • Bourgas Airport and Varna Airport: The sky is the limit
    January 16, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

    The airports in both Bourgas and Varna, the two largest cities at Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, have registered far more passengers in 2017 than in the year before. The overall […]