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GERB has won the snap parliamentary elections with 5% of the votes ahead of the second largest political formation BSP.
The 44th Parliament will include six formations, while the coalition Reformist Bloc - Glas Naroden is on the verge of the 4% threshold, showed data of sociological agency Alpha Research based on exit poll surveys at voting sections.
Nearly 75,000 Bulgarians living abroad have voted in the snap elections by 17:00 hrs, announced the Foreign Ministry, cited by focus Agency. Nearly 23,700 voted in Turkey.
In Great Britain, with the second highest number of declarations, over 10,000 people voted.
So far, there are no reports of queues or voting violations there.
Five Bulgarians have been injured in a bus crash in Hungary earlier on Sunday morning, reported Focus Agency, citing information of the Foreign Ministry.
According to the embassy in Budapest, the incident occurred at about 05:00 hrs. The bus is owned by a Bulgarian company.
The injured Bulgarian citizens have been admitted to hospital and their condition is not serious.
BELGRADE - World-famous Australian virtuoso guitarist Tommy Emmanuel performed at Belgrade's Sava Centar on Thursday as part of the Guitar Art Festival.
Emmanuel, one of the most highly esteemed guitarists of today, demonstrated his virtuosity in front of 2,000 fans, amalgamating swing, blues, soul and rock and roll.
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BELGRADE - I pledge to every Serbian citizen - every man, woman and child - that I will never take my duty lightly, that I will never be bigger than the country or ever take anything away from it, and that I will be ready to give everything to it, presidential candidate Aleksandar Vucic said at an electoral rally in Belgrade.
BELGRADE - The 14th Belgrade Dance Festival will open at Sava Centar on Friday evening with a performance by Vancouver-based Ballet BC that will feature choreographies by Canada's Crystal Pite and Israel's Sharon Eyal.
The festival will be officially opened by ballet star Giuseppe Picone, who is also art director at the San Carlo Theatre in Naples.
BELGRADE - Most Serbians would not accept a NATO apology for the 1999 bombing campaign and are against their country's membership in the alliance, even though they chiefly blame the intervention on Slobodan Milosevic's policy, shows the latest survey, released by the Institute for European Affairs on Friday.
TBILISI - The Serbia men's national football team defeated Georgia 3-1 (1-1) in Friday's FIFA 2018 World Cup Group D qualifier in Tbilisi.
Nika Kacharava put the home team in front after six minutes of play, but Dusan Tadic (45 min pen), Aleksandar Mitrovic (64 min) and Mijat Gacinovic (86 min) scored to give Serbia the three points.