• Factory comes up with new manipulation: Image of Czech PM replaced with one of Peevski

      Factory comes up with new manipulation: Image of Czech PM replaced with one of Peevski

      It would seem that the scorching heat of the past few days has caused the brains of the “journalists” writing for the grant-funded publications of the oligarchy in Bulgaria to completely turn into mush. Their mirages are starting to take on extremely wild dimensions (a trademark of Ognyan Stefanov, aka agent Academician from the former State Security, and his website Frognews). Moreover, lawmaker of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) and Telegraph Media publisher Delyan Peevski has become a veritable fata morgana for them, an omnipresent vision.

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    • Democratic Bulgaria’s experts can never have enough of blaming Peevski

      Democratic Bulgaria’s experts can never have enough of blaming Peevski

      Are you familiar with Democratic Bulgaria’s expert E.G.? Oh, you had no idea that he existed? Well, you are not alone in that regard. He is one of the party’s Facebook pundits touted by the Capital circle as an expert during the protests against Oresharski’s government of several years ago. He is an obscure legal practitioner whose main virtue is that he returned to Bulgaria after emigrating with a mission to “fix it”, as revealed in a heavily produced interview conducted years ago by one of the professional protestors working for oligarchic spouse Galya Prokopieva.

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    • Vietnam, EU sign landmark free trade deal

      Vietnam, EU sign landmark free trade deal

      The European Union signed a landmark free trade deal with Vietnam on Sunday, the first of its kind with a developing country in Asia, paving the way for tariff reductions on 99% of goods between the trading bloc and Southeast Asian country. It still needs the approval of the European Parliament, which is not a given as some lawmakers are concerned about Vietnam's human rights record.

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    • Radio Bla-bla streams a hit about Peevski

      Radio Bla-bla streams a hit about Peevski

      We’ve got news - comedian Kin Stoyanov became a journalist. So say journalists of Frognews who are also comedians. In other words, neither of the abovementioned is out of place. Rainy weather was the reason to peep into the website of the fugitive banker and his subservient “journalist” agent Academician.

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    • Sea-Watch rescue ship still blocked, only medical evacuation allowed

      Sea-Watch rescue ship still blocked, only medical evacuation allowed

      A sick 19-year-old migrant and his young brother have been evacuated from the Sea-Watch rescue boat banned by Italy from docking on the island of Lampedusa, the German NGO said on Friday. Another 40 migrants are still onboard.“We cannot wait for every single person to become a medical emergency until Europe recognises they have basic rights,” the ship’s captain Carola Rackete said.

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    • Bulgarian kings' gold

      Bulgarian kings' gold

      The gold of the Thracian kings is well-known in lands far beyond the Bulgarian state borders. Just as valued but much less familiar is the gold traced back to the Middle Ages, and especially valuable is the Preslav treasure from the period of the First Bulgarian Empire. As most of the treasures found on Bulgarian territory, this too was discovered by accident - while ploughing a field outside of the second Bulgarian capital, Veliki Preslav.

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    • Russian propaganda with three pillars in Bulgaria

      Russian propaganda with three pillars in Bulgaria

      The Russian propaganda in Bulgaria is standing on three pillars that were first positioned in the most important areas of public life – culture, entrepreneurship and politics – as early as the country’s process of transitioning to democracy. Thanks to them, the Kremlin has continued to weave its spider’s web in the country, despite seemingly losing ground in the early days of democratic changes, and blast the public consciousness with disinformation, talking points and downright lobbyist projects.

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    • MRF and Peevski with new development initiatives

      MRF and Peevski with new development initiatives

      In the coming weeks, Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) lawmaker and Telegraph Media publisher Delyan Peevski and other MPs of the party are to unveil new initiatives to facilitate the country’s development, MRF legislator Yordan Tsonev recently told the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR). Tsonev stressed that the whole party was the driving force behind the programme, but added that Peevski was very active in its drafting.

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