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40 illegal migrants were found early this morning in a small house in ''Modern suburb'' district of Sofia during a large-scale police operation, confirmed for bTV by the Interior Ministry.
Migrants are from Iraq and Syria. Among them, there are nine children. There are yet to be found translators who will be able to talk to detainees.
The festival of the Old Town in Bulgaria's second largest city of Plovdiv is already running and its worth to see it. The opening started with an exciting folklore concert on the stage of the Ancient Theater with the participation of Trakia Folklore Ensemble from Plovdiv and Strandzha Folklore Ensemble from Bourgas.
The festivities will run until 24th of September, reported BNT.
Turkey's president and Iraq's prime minister late on Sept. 18 discussed the planned referendum in the Iraqi Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) slated for Sept. 25, according to Turkish presidential sources.
The sources said President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Haidar al-Abadi spoke on the phone just a week before the independence referendum.
Ryanair has published full details of which of its flights are being cancelled between now and 28 October, reported BBC.
Customers whose flights have been axed will also receive an email, chief executive Michael O'Leary has said.
The budget airline is cancelling 40-50 flights every day for the next six weeks, after it admitted it had "messed up" the planning of pilot holidays.
BELGRADE - British pop legend Sting played a concert at Belgrade's Kombank Arena on Sunday.
Greeted by around 15,000 enthusiastic fans, Sting began the performance with a string of hits from his solo career, such as Mad About You, If I Ever Lose My Faith In You, and a reggae version of Englishman In New York.
NEW YORK - Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic is attending a New York meeting on the UN reform, chaired by US President Donald Trump.
Dacic took the opportunity to have a brief conversation with Trump before the meeting and also met with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and British FM Boris Johnson.
BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic's trip to New York for the 72nd UN General Assembly meeting is an opportunity for Serbia to once again demonstrate its balanced policy towards the West and the East, which is aimed at EU membership, says political analyst Dejan Vuk Stankovic, noting that Vucic can ease Belgrade's relations with Washington.