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Right Wing Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz to 'Visit the UK in Near Future'

Theresa May has invited Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, the leader of the nation's new Conservative-Populist coalition government to "visit the UK in the near future". According to a Downing Street spokesman, Mr. Kurz, who is also chairman of the Austrian People's Party (VP), has accepted the in


2017 Review: Turkey enjoy success at Women's U23 World Championship

Turkey's triumph was only their second gold at a World Championship, following their victory at the Girls' U18s in 2011. It also came at a tournament at which a new scoring system was being trialled - a best-of-seven, 15-point set format. Turkey defeated Slovenia 4-0 (15-12, 15-11, 15-13, 15-8) to w


Total Divas S7 E10: Lana Goes To Bulgaria, Carmella & Cass Move To Tampa, Natalya Defends Her Title

We're coming to the end of the season of Total Divas, which can only mean one thing: a new season of Total Bellas! (What -- you're not excited?) But in the meantime, tonight's episode was all about various types of "family affairs," which was a nice switch from the previous episodes, which were all


Hezbollah terrorist trial in Bulgaria starts

The trial of two Hezbollah operatives, who allegedly blew up an Israeli tour bus in 2012, killing five Israelis and their Bulgarian bus driver, started on Wednesday in Sofia, Bulgaria. The prosecutor Krasimir Trenchev told reporters at the specialized court for terror crimes that “They will be trie


House Hunters: Bulgaria

Has it already been a year? Lana and Rusev are celebrating the anniversary of their massive, two-part, cross-continental wedding on E!'s Total Divas, and to mark the occasion, they return to Bulgaria to buy a second home. As you might imagine, there is a slight difference in taste: Lana wants a big


Bulgaria Begins Much-delayed Trial on 2012 Attack on Israeli Tourists

The defendants, Australian national Meliad Farah and Canadian national El Hajj Hassa - both also holders of Lebanese citizenship - remain at large for the 2012 attack and are being tried in absentia A bus that was damaged in a bomb blast seen outside Burgas Airport, Bulgaria, July 19, 2012. A Bulg


100 1st ID soldiers to deploy to Poland in March

The 1st Infantry Division will send about 100 soldiers to Poland in March, in support of Atlantic Resolve. The division will replace the 4th Infantry Division as U.S. Army Europe's division-level headquarters responsible for mission command of U.S. forces currently deployed to Poznan, Poland. Three


Germany and Poland put a friendly face on diplomatic tension

German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel and his new Polish counterpart Jacek Czaputowicz have come out of their first meeting on friendly footing. But behind the happy faces, serious disagreements remain. Reuters/F. Bensch Szefowie dyplomacji Polski i Niemiec w Berlinie: Jacek Czaputowicz (z l.) i Si


Bulgarian Court Opens Trial for 2012 Bus Bombing

SOFIA, Bulgaria - A Bulgarian court has opened the trial of two men charged with terrorism for their alleged involvement in a 2012 suicide bombing that killed five Israeli tourists and their bus driver and injured 35. Meliad Farah, a dual Lebanese-Australian national, and Hassan El Hajj Hassan, a du


Dimitrov suffers massive scare against qualifier McDonald

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Third seed Grigor Dimitrov suffered a huge scare against 186th-ranked qualifier Mackenzie McDonald before holding his nerve in a tension-charged finish to win 4-6 6-2 6-4 0-6 8-6 and reach the third round of the Australian Open on Wednesday. Bulgarian Dimitrov, a semi-finalist


Bulgaria's government faces no-confidence vote over corruption

SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria's main opposition party filed a motion of no-confidence in Prime Minister Boyko Borissov's government on Wednesday over lack of progress in fighting corruption but the attempt is likely to fail. The center-right government is backed by a small populist party and if the bl


Czechs shun Polish appeal against EU pollution crackdown

PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech government balked at joining Poland and Bulgaria in an appeal against a European Commission decision to impose stricter limits on toxic pollutants emitted by coal-fired plants, the environment minister said on Wednesday. Bulgaria this month said it would back Poland in


Report: Rapids interested in veteran Romanian striker Claudiu Keseru

Reuters The Colorado Rapids appear to be in the market for another striker, and one target could be Romanian international Claudiu Keseru, according to Metro US's Kristian Dyer. Keseru currently plays his club football with Bulgarian side Ludogorets, where he was the league's top scorer with 22 goal


Poland's new foreign minister aims to improve ties with Germany

Bannon Subpoenaed in Mueller's Russia Investigation On his first visit to Germany, Poland's new Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz has his work cut out for him. Will he be able to mend the turbulent ties between the two European neighbors? For years, German-Polish interests were defined by good rela


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The Cappuccino Index

Brussels started 2018 with a bold, simple claim: Membership of the European Union is great value because it costs citizens less than a cup of coffee a day. As Jean-Claude Juncker moves aggressively to expand the post-Brexit EU budget, POLITICO put the claim to the test. It's time to sort the myth fr


Greece's Eurobank sees Balkan units doubling profitability -deputy CEO

NICOSIA, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Eurobank will maintain its Balkan footprint in Bulgaria, Serbia and Cyprus after pulling out of Romania, its deputy CEO said on Tuesday, expecting the group's subsidiaries there to double their profitability over the next few years. Greece's third-largest lender by asset


Turkey reveals route for new canal to ease Bosphorus shipping

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey announced on Monday the route for a planned canal that would reduce shipping traffic on the busy Bosphorus Strait and transform the European half of Istanbul into an island. Work on the 45-km (28-mile) Kanal Istanbul, linking the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara west of


Japan's Abe seeking to strengthen Western Balkan ties

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) - Japan's prime minister says his country is seeking to strengthen relations with Serbia and other Balkan countries. Shinzo Abe visited Belgrade Monday as part of a six-country European tour. He has already visited Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Bulgaria and travels to Romania


Poland banks on 'dialogue' to solve EU rule-of-law row

Sofia (AFP) - Warsaw banks on "dialogue" to solve its row with the EU over recent reforms denounced by Brussels as violating the rule of law, Poland's new Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said Monday. The European Commission last month launched unprecedented judiciary proceedings against the Polis