Migrant workers in Moscow face discrimination and dangers
Kyrgyz migrant worker Belek Asanbekov sits at the kitchen table of his cramped Moscow apartment, scrolling through pictures on his mobile phone of friends killed days earlier in a fire at work.
Kyrgyz President takes ill in Turkey, cancels New York trip to UN
Kyrgyzstan's President Almazbek Atambayev took ill due to "potential problems" in Istanbul on Sept. 19 while en route to New York, where he was due to attend the United Nations General Assembly session, triggering the cancellation of his trip.
Competition for New Tourism Logo for Bulgaria To Be Announced
Minister Nikolina Angelkova announced to journalists that she will reveal details about the new competition for a tourism logo for Bulgaria in two weeks when the new appraisal methodology will be ready.
Exporters call on envoys from 73 countries to spread Turkey's devotion to democracy
The Turkish Exporters' Assembly (TİM) has called for some 181 envoys and civil servants from 73 countries across the globe to talk about Turkey's devotion to democratic rule and robust economy in their countries and to boost cooperation with Turkey during a three-day meeting hosted in the Aegean province of Çanakkale on Sept. 2-4, the association said in a statement.
Grand Bazaar jewelries avoid Russian customs by shifting production to Armenia: Report
Turkish jewelers in Istanbul's Grand Bazaar have found a way to enter the Russian market by shifting their production activities to Armenia, daily Habertürk has reported.
Turkey seeks readmission deals with Iraq, Iran
Neighboring Iran and Iraq are among the 14 countries with which Turkey has offered to sign readmission agreements in a move to enable Turkey to take back migrants rejected by the European Union more quickly.
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Kyrgyzstan PM Sariyev resigns after cabinet accused of graft
Kyrgyz Prime Minister Temir Sariyev resigned on April 11 after a parliamentary commission accused his cabinet of corruption, a move highlighting tensions between different factions of President Almazbek Atambayev's supporters.
"Squabbles, rumours and gossip have upset the balance within the government," Sariyev said. "The government's work has stalled at such a difficult time."
Bulgaria to Have New Tourism Logo in May
A jury is to pick Bulgaria's new tourism logo early in May among proposals submitted to the country's Tourism Ministry by Tuesday, April 05.
As many as 150 proposals have been sent to the ministry before the deadline.
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Turkish jewelry exporters seeking new markets after Russia losses
Turkish jewelry producers aim to increase their exports by 30 percent to $3.5 billion this year by focusing on new markets, after seeing decreases of around 15 percent in year-on-year exports in 2015 amid the loss of one of their key markets, Russia.
Romanian photographer highlights the beauty of women from 46 countries
Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc traveled around the world and photographed many women to show that beauty is everywhere.
“In the past two years I traveled around the world and I photographed hundreds of women in diverse environments,” she wrote on Bored Panda. “My goal is to show that beauty is in our differences, not in trends, money or race.” she said.