Işıl Alben parts ways with Galatasaray basketball team

Turkish female point guard Işıl Alben announced on June 15 that she has parted ways with the Galatasaray women's basketball team. 

"The club unilaterally terminated my new season contract on Jan. 31, 2020. I was called to meet in the first week of February and said that I was ready to make my sacrifice," she said on Instagram.

Vucic: I'm just an ordinary dad

"It is good that I do not react as I usually do," Vucic said, announcing that he would talk about this specific issue on the public service in the evening.
"It is normal that every parent, and I am just an ordinary dad, may not be the best in the world, but I love my children," President Vucic said on the occasion of the KRIK portal's posts about his son Danilo Vucic.

50 production lines of final products

"In the Budimka brand, we have recognized a new business challenge and one of strategic importance. In the past few months, we have reconstructed 5.000 square meters of production plant, built new infrastructure, water supply and gas boiler room. By June 20, we will put the reconstructed factory into operation for processing and buying raspberries, blackberries, cherries, etc.

Vucic: We will never allow anyone to humiliate a Serbian police officer VIDEO / PHOTO

400 new members of the police were introduced.
Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic said that our country had faced a new challenge in the previous months, the coronavirus.
"The crisis has caught boys and girls in training, who have decided to continue learning and working and get their chance to contribute to a safe Serbia."

Essential Workers Are on the Covers of British Vogue

To celebrate essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic, British Vogue opted to highlight three key workers for their July cover feature.

The leading ladies of the July issue are Narguis Horsford, a train driver on the London Overground, Rachel Millar, a community midwife in east London, and Anisa Omar, a supermarket worker in King's Cross.

Hristo Stoichkov: Reflecting on the Career of Bulgaria's Greatest Ever Footballer

In terms of accolades, they don't come much greater than being named in Pele's FIFA 100 list of the world's greatest living players. As well as being commended by the Brazilian icon, Hristo Stoichkov is also generally considered to be his country's greatest footballer of all-time, after becoming the first Bulgarian to win the Ballon d'Or in 1994.