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Bulgaria parliament overturns presidential veto on anti-corruption law

According to Transparency International, Bulgaria is the EU’s most corrupt country.

Paris attacks: Frenchman linked to attackers charged, incarcerated

Joachin was ordered jailed for at least four months pending further investigation, the official said.

Bulgaria elects new parliament

Opinion surveys predict the biggest vote winner will be the center-right GERB party led by a former prime minister, Boyko Borisov.

Gasquet may miss ATP Final after Rd 1 exit

Richard Gasquet was dealt a setback to his chances of qualifying for the elite ATP Finals after a first-round loss.

Cops file chargesheet,say CCTV footage shows two Bulgarians

The Mumbai Police has been unable to conclude the money trail in the Axis Bank skimming probe.

Simranpreet’s punches help father kick bottle

Her first taste of success came in the form of a gold at the Punjab State School Games in 2010.

Grapplers disappoint

Indian freestyle grapplers disappointed on the final day of the World Junior Wrestling Championships as they failed to go the past second round in Sofia,Bulgaria.

Grappler Santosh climbing success ladder steadily

On Sunday in Chandigarh,flanked by Gurpreet Singh and Prabhpal Singh,the diminutive Santosh Kumar Yadav was dwarfed by the presence of his towering akhara mates.

Stringing Together

A forest adventure,a circus of clowns,and a man on a mission to find a caring girl for himself — welcome to a world where magic meets reality.

Britain’s PM Cameron unveils sweeping immigration crackdown

Cameron’s initiative reflects a change in the political mainstream after years of politicians shying away from the issue.

German firm on trial over faulty French breast implants

Proceedings against a German safety standards firm that gave defective breast implants the all clear kicked off today in France,with millions of euros claimed in damages.

Israel blames Iran for Bulgaria bus bomb that kills 6

Body parts were strewn across the ground and mangled metal hung from the bus’s torn-back roof.

Netherlands oppose Romania,Bulgaria entry in Schengen

The Netherlands and Finland have been at the forefront of moves to keep the two nations out.

Nine dead,more than 90 missing in Volga boat sinking

Overloaded cruise with more than 185 people on board sank to the wind and rain

Take my Bulgarian joke book. Please.

Bulgaria tries to build on the legacy of its House of Humor and Satire