11 May, 2018
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Cabinet supports transport companies, Borisov to talk to Merkel and Macron
The sector is set to protest on 16 and 17 May in Sofia and is prepared to block borders and plants

Oligarchs activate Pinocchio against Peevski
Their pawns cover up the Russian ties of Tsvetan Vassilev, aka the Bulgarian Madoff

Bedrov spews manipulations through Deutsche Welle

Kostov follower protects Bulgarian Madoff
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Interview
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Antonio Tajani, President of the European Parliament:
Staying united, we can overcome any challenge
We must renew our Union to make it more political, more prosperous and more secure, and more prominent on the international scene

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Analysis
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Europe's last resort: robust diplomacy on Iran deal
The US administration looks set to increase tensions with Tehran in a way that significantly increases risks of greater military escalation in the Middle East

Next EU budget seems rooted in the past
Sadly, the starting point for the negotiations is pragmatism, rather than vision

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The Planet
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Hezbollah gains more power
Lebanon PM Saad Hariri losses seats but still could form a unity government after elections

Fears mount Trump's step may have explosive consequences
Tension in the Middle East escalates, Iran and Israel confront on Syria

Protests sweep Armenian opposition leader into PM

EU vows to save the deal, reached with its mediation
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Business
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Culture
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Centre Pompidou opens doors in Brussels
It is located at the old Citroen garage 'cathedral of glass'

Director Tedi Moskov:
Theatre is shared love
I hang on to the illusion that I help create a team of likeminded people

Roman Baroque takes over Sofia
A collection from the Palazzo Chigi presents the genius of Bernini, the most distinguished representative of the art of communication

Sound mind, sound body
Klimt's paintings come to life
Thomas Hampson to sing in Sofia for the first time
Musicians and researchers turn data into symphonies
Theatre puppets get a museum
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