News archive of February 2019

More flu jabs on the way this week

Amid heightened concerns over the rising mortality rate due to the flu virus, Health Minister Andreas Xanthos said over the weekend that 24,000 flu vaccines will be available at pharmacies this week, while another 26,000 are expected by the end of the month.

Vucic on Kosovo deal: It'll be worse-than-hell difficult

But he added that this would be exceptionally difficult.

VVucic poke for the US agency during the Munich Security Conference, to say that task will be harder than the Greece-Macedonia deal, and will first have to see cancellation of Pristina's taxes on Serbian goods increased by 100 percent, and a free flow of people and goods.

Actor Bruno Ganz Died at the Age of 77

Swiss actor Bruno Ganz died at his home in Zurich after fighting cancer, his agent quoted Reuters as saying.

Ganz has been active in German-language theater, cinema and television for more than 50 years. Among his popular roles are the angel in Wim Wenders' Wings of Desire and Hitler in the 2004 Oscar-nominated "The Fall of the Third Reich".

Today we Mark 146th Anniversary of the Death of Bulgarian National Hero Levski

Memorial commemorations began on the occasion of the 146th anniversary of the death of Vasil Levski. In the temple "Uspenie Bogorodichno" in Lovech will be served a sanctuary, followed by worship with a military ritual in front of the monument of Vasil Levski.

The Austrian Chancellor Praised Trump's Foreign Policy

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz classified US president's foreign policy as very successful. Kurz's statement is on the eve of his visit to Washington, where he will be on February 20th.

The Chancellor stated as the main purpose of his visit to help prevent a trade war.

Turkish tourism sector eyes int'l congresses

Turkey is holding high hopes for the future in the field of congress tourism, representatives of the sector said on Feb. 17.

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