Many of its 340,000 inhabitants belong to the Turkish, Roma, Armenian, Greek and Jewish minorities, all of which have quite a strong influence on the city's vibrant cultural life. … [Read more...] about Plovdiv celebrates becoming European Capital of Culture
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But Asen Yordanov, owner of Stoyanov’s Bivol.bg investigative website, said: “The brutal manner in which she was killed is an execution. It was meant to serve as a warning.” … [Read more...] about Bulgarian TV reporter investigating EU corruption is found raped and murdered as ‘warning’, sources say
Here’s a list of the dates Father’s Day is celebrated across the world. March 14– Iran March 19– Bolivia, Honduras, Italy, Lichtenstein, Portugal, Spain May 8– South Korea First Sunday in June– Lithuania Second Sunday in June– Austria, Ecuador, Belgium Third Sunday in June– Antigua, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Guyana, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Jamaica, Japan, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Netherlands, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Saint Vincent, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Trinidad, Turkey, United Kingdom, Venezuela, Zimbabwe June 17– El Salvador, Guatemala June 23– Nicaragua, Poland, Uganda MOST READ IN NEWSNAME SHAME Teen 'humiliated' after Costa staff 'mocked her name' when she applied for job … [Read more...] about When is Father’s Day 2018 around the world, why do the dates differ and what are the celebration’s origins?
"We have lost a member who has been at the forefront of liberty for generations. While we agree with the U.S. on the need for reform, our support for this Human Rights Council remains steadfast, and we will continue to advance the cause of reform from within its ranks," Britain's ambassador Julian Braithwaite said. … [Read more...] about US withdrawal leaves vacuum at UN Human Rights council
In addition to pressure to find and punish those responsible, Sirisena is facing mounting criticism after Indian media revealed – and rival politicians in the government confirmed – that Sri Lankan intelligence officials received international warnings that jihadists would strike its Christian minority on Easter. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, who Sirisena tried to unconstitutionally remove from office in October, told reporters Sirisena banned him and his cabinet members from attending intelligence meetings, so no one tied to Wickremesinghe was aware of the warning. … [Read more...] about Sri Lanka Mulls Burqa Ban as Easter Jihad Death Toll Rises to 321