Lack of Bulgarian and Romanian Migrants Could Lead to Shortage of British Asparagus

For nearly 100 years, Chris Chin's family has cultivated asparagus in the West of England. This year, he fears that uncertainty about the UK's exit from the EU will scare Eastern European workers away, causing asparagus to remain unharvested, reports Reuters citing the Bulgarian newspaper Dnevnik.

Around Hundred People with T-shirts of Bulgartabac Protest in Sofia

Around hundred people dressed in white T-shirts with the inscription "Bulgartabac" positioned themselves in front of the offices of the online editions of "Dnevnik" and "Capital" this morning and blocked Ivan Vazov Street as part of a protest in downtown Sofia this morning, say from Dnevnik. 

Serbia Puts 47 State-Owned Media on Sale

Serbia said the sale of 47 state-owned media outlets will be completed by October - although around 30 had not applied for sale after the deadline set by the government to do so had passed.

Shares in those media outlets that have not applied for sale but are not in negative financial state will be divided among the employees.