3 November, 2017
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Bulgaria
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Interview
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Boris Popivanov, political scientist:
Europe's achievement - welfare state, is eroding
The predominant part of the EU community has a worse quality of life and deals with more uncertainty compared with 10, 20 or 40 years ago

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Analysis
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Turning law into sword
The Magnitsky Act should not become a staff wielded by non-citizens seeking to beat free countries

What to expect next from AfD
There are at least three possible scenarios for its way forward in the years to come

Europe should press to save Iran nuclear deal

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The Planet
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Atmospheric CO2 hits record
Increase in 2016 was 50% higher than the average of the past 10 years, according to latest data

Russia meddling probe switches to higher gear
Two ex-Trump aides charged in US election investigation, third pleads guilty

Elections in Iceland complicate situation

Putin seeks rapprochement with Iran, eyes business
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Business
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Culture
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Kinomania takes over Sofia in November
The life and work of fine arts giants are brought to the silver screen

Director of Sofia Opera and Ballet, Maestro Plamen Kartaloff:
Carmen lives in all of us
The harmony between emotions and visuals in an opera production comes from the music

Hip-hop meets classical genre
Jennifer Weber presents a Moscow show based on Stravinsky music

Overseeing long extinct volcano
Part of Gurlitt collection put on display for first time
Art festival in London bets on European view
Tate presents French Artists in Exile exhibition
Met Opera star sings in Sofia
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