5 January, 2018
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Oligarchic clique pays for campaign against Bulgaria
A journalist that works on call for Tsvetan Vassilev slanders the country in Der Standard, while a freelancer from Belgrade does the same in Die Zeit

Prokopiev pumped millions from Kaolin into his media outlets
Offshore companies and undeclared money feed the Fake News Factory

Peevski's name attached to Bulgartabac by Prokopiev's media again
The Factory continues to meet its quota of three fake news items per day

Swiss to rethink EU links
Life gets simple for smaller investors
Four hot topics to dominate Bulgarian EU Presidency
Poland threatened to lose voting rights
More transparent, predictable working conditions across EU
Far-right officially part of Austrian govt
Who will rule the more split Catalonia remains mystery
Borisov welcomes Irish counterpart
Greece wants to settle Macedonia name dispute
German ship in “Sophia” mission
EU becomes Cuba's first trade partner
New coalition talks to be held in Germany
Oligarchic clique pays for campaign against Bulgaria
2018: What to expect for European Union
Brexit Britain faces reality check on trade negotiations
Hope for talks between Koreas
Rising prices, corruption spark protests in Iran
EU executive arm investigates IKEA
US to dethrone oil kings Russia, S Arabia
Elon Musk promises more upgrades, bright future
Bridges that bring peoples together
The conductor who paints music
Artist meets writer
It grows but does not age
Deadly storm Eleanor batters western Europe
European Year of Cultural Heritage takes off
Bulgarian EU Presidency starts with art installation, commemorative coins
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EU Insights
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Bulgaria
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Peevski's name attached to Bulgartabac by Prokopiev's media again
The Factory continues to meet its quota of three fake news items per day

Oligarchic clique pays for campaign against Bulgaria
A journalist that works on call for Tsvetan Vassilev slanders the country in Der Standard, while a freelancer from Belgrade does the same in Die Zeit

Grisha Ganchev insults and threatens Telegraph again

Face for rent
The double cow NGO
BG Charlies for hire
Offensive of the over-laundered oligarchs
Prokopiev pumped millions from Kaolin into his media outlets
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Interview
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Ilhan Kyuchyuk, MEP, vice president of ALDE:
Citizens can initiate much-needed reform
People’s vision of our common home is important and an increasing number of them are wondering if we will have multi-speed Europe

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Analysis
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2018: What to expect for European Union
In the year of the Brown Earth Dog the social issues reach boiling point

Brexit Britain faces reality check on trade negotiations
Both Brussels and London have already identified the EU's recent trade deal with Canada as a template

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The Planet
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Hope for talks between Koreas
Meanwhile Kim and Trump contest who has "bigger and more powerful" nuclear button

Rising prices, corruption spark protests in Iran
Young, working-class and fed up turn against government and ruling clerics

Moldova's president powers suspended in govt wrangle

Israel further complicates ceding parts of Jerusalem
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Business
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Culture
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Bridges that bring peoples together
Leeuwarden, Valetta launch EU Capital of Culture programmes

The conductor who paints music
Gallic blood runs through maestro Ognian Mitonov's veins thanks to his paternal great-great-grandfather

Artist meets writer
The National Art Gallery and the National Literary Museum present intriguing and unfamiliar works by 49 authors

It grows but does not age
Double dose of pop meditation with Sting
Carmen does not die, but exacts revenge
Berlinale announces competition programme
Beatrice Venezi makes guest appearance in Sofia Opera
Blind woman named reader of the year
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