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Suicides and attempted suicides have marked a sharp rise in the three-year period 2009-2011, according to figures from the Police (ELAS).
04:39 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
A total of 30 companies took part in the race for Bulgaria's 2011 investment awards; their projects were evaluated by a seven-member jury.
04:41 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
UniCredit Forecasts Renewed Investment Interest towards BulgariaInvestment interest towards Bulgaria is set to start growing slowly after the summer of 2012, according to the chief economist of UniCredit Bulbank Kristofor Pavlov.
04:46 | 0 | ANSAmed
The Turkish metropolis on the Bosporus is the most popular destination the world over to get married in and in which to hold wedding receptions, profiting the local industry greatly.
04:55 | 0 | Emg.rs
Prime Minister Igor Lukšić met with Kosovar Foreign Minister Enver Hoxhaj for talks on current political and economic issues in the light of further cooperation between Montenegro and Kosovo.
04:57 | 3 | MIA
The great powers are totally uninterested in resolving the name issue, they have their own huge problems and this issue as well as the enlargement to NATO and to EU are not on the top of their priorities, PM Nikola Gruevski said in the interview with Dnevnik daily.
05:00 | 0 | MIA
The debate titled "Future Steps in Relations between Greece and FYROM" focused on whether Greece needed to rethink its name row strategy after the Hague court's ruling. Kofos, who is also a former diplomat, has been advocating the agreement to be revoked and bilateral
05:01 | 0 | MIA
Zoran Jankovic did not receive the necessary majority in the Slovenian parliament on Wednesday to form a new government.
05:03 | 0 | MIA
Fitch's head of sovereign ratings David Riley said Greece "still has lots of potential to plunge Europe into crisis" and that "time is running out."
05:04 | 0 | MIA
Riste Stefanov and Sinisa Stanoevic are the first firm owners who have used a government's measure under which costs for registering a firm by students electronically in the Central Register are reduced by 50%.
04:35 04:36 | 0 | AMNA
The Ecumenical Patriarchate termed as "intervention" by the Russian church in its affairs the statements and demarches made in favour of Vatopedi Monastery abbot Ephraim.