|19 Bulgarian regions under code yellow over gusty winds||Soskic expects drop in inflation, interest rates||Montenegro admitted to WTO|
08:12 | 0 | Emg.rs
Economy, Energy and Tourism Minister Traycho Traykov presented Bulgaria’s advantages as a destination for investments at the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa taking place October 21-23 in Jordan.
08:14 | 0 | BNR
More than 50 secondary schools from Switzerland, the UK, the USA, Canada, Spain and Italy are taking part in the Open Doors to Secondary Education Abroad expo in Sofia.
08:16 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
Bulgaria's government and ordinary people live according to their means unlike other EU countries who were spending more than what they had available, which led to trouble for them.
08:18 08:24 | 0 | Sofia Echo News
More than 6.5 million Bulgarians will hold in their hands on October 23 the choice of the country’s new head of state and of who will run their city, town or village – but in some significant cases, the voting is not expected to be decisive.
08:25 08:27 | 0 | AMNA
The head of the Athens first instance courts' prosecutors office on Saturday ordered a preliminary investigation into allegations by Communist Party (KKE) chief Aleka Papariga of a "connection" between hooded, violence-prone youths who regularly infiltrate protests
08:27 | 0 | Athens News/Reuters
Lucas Papademos, a former vice-president at the European Central Bank, said that using the July 21 deal as a template would be the most prudent way to tackle the debt crisis.
08:28 | 0 | AMNA
The executive committee of the POE-OTA Federation decided on Friday evening to end the strike of municipality employees and work crews, according to the Federation, will begin collecting rubbish as of Friday night, according to the shift or on Saturday morning at the latest.
08:30 | 0 | Athens News/Reuters
Private investors would have to forgive 60 percent of what Greece owes them to make its debt sustainable by 2020 and for a eurozone loan package to stay at the 109 billion euros agreed in July, a report by international lenders said.