News archive of January 2019
Veteran theater and cinema actress Ayşen Gruda, who made a name with comedy movies which have in years turned into Turkish classics, died on Jan. 23. She was 74.
An Irish man has explained to a Turkish prosecutor that he swallowed an expensive diamond because he "fell into trance" the moment he saw it.
Turkish supermarket chains BİM, Migros and A101 have made it to Deloitte's 2019 Global Powers of Retailing Top 250 companies list.
Founded in Bulgaria developer of software products and services HyperScience has attracted 30 million investment. This is the last round of funding for the company, founded in 2013 by Peter Brodsky, Krassimir Marinov and Vladimir Tsankov. With it, total investments in HyperScience exceed $ 50 million, according to Tranding Topics.
Chairman of National Liberal Party (PNL) Ludovic Orban is critical of Minister of Interior Carmen Dan and Justice Minister Tudorel Toader's hearings in the European Parliament, saying that their statements have embarrassed Romania.
The coal-powered stations in the Maritza East complex will certainly work until 2030, and investing in new technologies - maybe later. This provides for an Integrated National Climate and Energy Plan project by 2030, with a horizon up to 2050, presented to trade unions on Sunday, the CITUB and the Ministry of Energy announced the following day.
Two scientific institutes will be opened in the structure of the Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski. Their creation was approved on Wednesday by the government. One will deal with research and projects in the field of law, economics and intellectual property, and the other with developments in the field of large data and artificial intelligence.