29 September, 2017
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Magnitsky Act should not be a get-out-of-jail card for fugitives like Tzvetan Vassilev
The law was not intended to serve as a shield for those who allegedly committed financial crimes and then seek to cloak themselves in righteousness

Bulgarian banker undermines the spirit of the Magnitsky Act
Tzvetan Vassilev is trying to protect himself from prosecution by invoking the law

Zoran Zivkovic: The 'Vassilev affair' costs Bulgaria and Serbia €200m

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Interview
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Lilyana Pavlova, Minister for the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU 2018:
We would make Bulgaria's EU presidency a Balkan one
The division on core and peripheral countries can harm all European citizens

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Analysis
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It's time to go further
EU politicians should become bolder in tackling the populists' racist agenda

Much ado about nothing in Florence
Theresa May's Brexit speech left far too much uncertainty on the negotiation dossiers

What the EC forgot to tell us about copyright infringement

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The Planet
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Language bill that sparks fury
Hungary threatens to block Ukraine's drive to EU, Romania also feels affected

Kurds say Yes, world echoes No
Referendum results in Iraqi Kurdistan fuel strong fears of a new regional conflict

Saudi King Salman lifts ban on women to drive

Putin and Erdogan talk on weapons deal, Syria, trade
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Business
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Culture
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How Italy inspired Picasso century ago
Over 100 masterworks of the great artist exhibited in Rome

Actress Monica Bellucci:
Art is like a salve for human madness
It is the woman who makes the actress, not the other way round

Cinema meets literature again
Over 200 screenings, a competition programme and many guest stars offers the 2017 CineLibri festival

World made out of clay
Street art museum welcomes visitors in Berlin
Polka dot queen Yayoi Kusama fulfils her dream
Reflections in stained glass
Faces capturing joy and anger
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