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November 23, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

Poland’s love affair with coal goes way back. For decades coal was the favorite for energy: mined locally, and cheap. In those days, the environment was pretty low on the […]

Bulgaria’s new cabinet ministers spell out plans

June 3, 2013, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

A more powerful State Agency for National Security, recruitment of civilians to act as “civil guards” to assist police, a rethink of defence refor ...

Heavy flooding reaches Prague

June 3, 2013, by The Prague Post

Five people have been confirmed dead and four are missing as a result of the flooding that has devastated parts of the Czech Republic, a police spokes ...

Poland’s Dreamliner back in service

June 3, 2013, by The Warsaw Voice

Poland’s LOT national airlines resumed commercial flights of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner on Saturday after over four months after the jets wer ...

  • Prague braces for heavy floods
    June 2, 2013, by The Prague Post

    The Czech Republic government was set to hold an emergency meeting at 6pm on June 2 to address the impact of floods in the Western part of the country that […]

  • One dead, four missing in floods in Czech Republic
    June 2, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

    A woman died in Třebenice outside Prague on June 2 when her house collapsed because of flooding and four people are missing after floods hit the Czech Republic, while homes […]

  • Protest in Sofia against ‘Oligarchski’ government
    June 2, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Bulgaria’s capital city Sofia saw a protest on June 2 against the new socialist Plamen Oresharski government, dubbed “Oligarchski” by participants, who also hissed and booed the headquarters of the […]

  • Anti-government protests subside in Turkey
    June 2, 2013, by VOANews

    Residents of Istanbul and Ankara woke up to a quiet morning Sunday as demonstrations against the government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan appeared to have subsided for now. Thousands […]