Minister Intotero voices concern over Leipzig Police asking hoteliers to report any Romanian guests

Minister for Romanians Abroad Natalia Intotero has said she is surprised and worried that police in the German city of Leipzig have asked local hoteliers to report any Romanian guests. "I have learned with surprise and concern that in Germany, in Leipzig, the police have asked hoteliers to report if they have Romanian guests.

Bulgarians in Germany will Vote for a European Parliament in 21 Cities

For the first time, Bulgarian citizens in Germany will be able to vote in 13 additional sections during the elections for Bulgarian representatives in the European Parliament on May 26th. The federal authorities have respected our country's desire to open more sections.

Remembering Zolotas: A speech in English with all Greek words

Just two days ago was the birthday of the late Xenophon Zolotas, the patrician economist of international repute, university professor, thrice governor of the central Bank of Greece, and the prime minister of an ecumenical multi-party government in the tumultuous late 1980's

He is widely viewed as one of the most prominent Greek academics and public intellectuals of the 20th century.

Sofia Film Fest Begins on March 7th

The 23rd Sofia International Film Festival will happen from 7-17-28 March 2019 in Sofia. In the frame of the festival is organized the co-production market Sofia Meetings which brings more than 300 foreign professionals to the festival including strong number of distributors, members of Europa Distribution, and exhibitors, members of Europa Cin

Gaudeamus 2018 International Book Fair: 300 exhibitors, 900 events on the bill

The 25th edition of the Gaudeamus International Book Fair, running November 14 - 18 at Bucharest's Romexpo Central Pavilion, will host more than 300 exhibitors and about 900 editorial and professional events, all under the overarching 'Romania Centennial' theme.

17 Children were Injured in a Car Accident in Germany

17 children were injured in a truck and school bus crash in the German Harz region, DPA reported.

In addition to the children, the bus driver was injured, the agency notes.

According to the initial reports, the truck driver did not see the bus and hit him on the side. The incident occurred near the small town of Wegeleben, located on the road between Hannover and Leipzig.

Lions, Tigers, Jaguar Escape German Zoo in Lünebach

BBC - Two lions, two tigers and a jaguar have escaped from a zoo in Lünebach in western Germany, police have said.

Local authorities advised residents to stay inside their homes and call police if they see anything. A massive hunt is under way for the five big cats.

A bear had also escaped from the privately owned Eifel zoo, but was shot dead, a local official told AFP.