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Mendoni: Extremely sad and serious the theft and damage in the British Museum

Culture Minister Lina Mendoni on Friday characterised “extremely sad and very serious” the incident concerning the loss, damage and theft of exhibits from the British Museum’s collections. “It is very sad and very serious the incident that the British Museum…

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Musicians Perform at Bulgaria’s Oldest, Highest Sequoias

Three graduates of Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, performed a concert in the area of Vekovni Sekvoi [Centuries-old Sequoias] near Kyustendil, Western Bulgaria, on Sunday. Drummer Martin Ivanov, double bass player Petar Slavov and trumpeter Rosen Zahariev performed…

Clarifying the fate of the missing persons was “forgotten” after the tensions in the north

It was said that it is urgent, but the issue of clarifying the fate of the missing persons, forcibly abducted by the Serbian police and army, is not being treated as such. Within 40 days of the adoption in Brussels…

American actor John Malkovich to perform at Timisoara National Theatre on Thursday and Friday

Famed American actor John Malkovich will perform on Thursday and Friday at the National Theater in Timisoara in Michael Sturminger’s play The Infernal Comedy. There will be three performances, one on July 20 from 7:00 p.m., and another two on…

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Head of State: Manipulation of Historical Facts Inevitably Leads to Dead End

Attending a ceremony marking the 120th anniversary of the outbreak of the Ilinden-Preobrazhenie Uprising at the Petrova Niva historic area Saturday, President Rumen Radev said that any manipulation of historical facts and reshaping of Bulgarian holidays and traditions inevitably leads…

Artisans say 48% of jobs left vacant

Self-employed craftsmen and artisans group Confartigianato said Saturday that almost half of Italian job vacancies, 48%, were unfilled. Confartigianato launched a “recruitment SOS” with a report showing that “it is increasingly difficult for Italian companies to find labour”. It said…

Kurti appeals to North Macedonia: Closer to Albanians and Bulgarians and away from Serbia

Prime Minister Albin Kurti, during his stay in Tetova, has called on North Macedonia to be closer to the Albanians of Kosovo and Albania as well as the Bulgarians and as far away from Serbia as possible. According to him,…

Economic Chambers demand from the Government the increase of the public debt, ‘Kosovo needs investments’

The business community and economic experts criticize the Government for reducing the public debt to 17.3 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Kosovo is turning out to be the smallest debtor in Europe and the region, but this trend…

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Flow of tourists in Butrint, Elmazaj tells ATA: About 69 thousand, Italians on top

Butrint, located about 20 km away from Saranda, remains one of the most visited archaeological sites by local and foreign tourists. Director of the National Park of Butrint Everest Elmazaj told ATA today that, “Since January until now, 68,962 local…

Enescu Festival lists 27 concert events at Romanian Athenaeum

The George Enescu International Festival taking place between August 24 – September 24 in Bucharest will see the world’s most famous orchestras performing at the Romanian Athenaeum within 27 extraordinary events. * The first event, scheduled for August 28, is…

PM Mitsotakis to welcome the leaders of the Western Balkans at the Maximos Mansion on Monday at 20:15

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ initiative to invite on Monday 21 August at 20:15 the Western Balkans and EU member state leaders at the Maximos Mansion for a dinner-informal discussion on the enlargement and the European future of the region underlines…

Anti-gay general sacked from post

An Italian army general who made anti-gay remarks in a self-published book was removed form his post on Friday. The officer, General Roberto Vannacci, was sacked as head of the military geographical institute in Florence. The decision was taken by…