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All of the EU except Bulgaria and Hungary Demand the Expulsion of Russia from World Sports

The sports ministers of more than 30 European and non-European countries adopted a common call for Russia and Belarus to be completely removed from international sports. Bulgaria and Hungary are not among the EU countries, and from the European Economic Area Switzerland has not signed up

Polish Minister Kamil Bortniczuk presented the common position, which states:

NATO to Increase its Rapid Reaction Force and will Double its Military in Eastern Europe

NATO leaders are set to approve the alliance's new strategic concept this week, with a huge increase in rapid reaction force.

In addition to doubling the forces that will be deployed in Eastern Europe in the context of the war in Ukraine, the number of troops that can be deployed in a high readiness for rapid response is also increasing: from 40,000 to "well over" 300,000.

Invincible Serbia on top of the world!

The national team of Serbia in 3×3 basketball won a gold medal tonight at the World Championship in Antwerp, as they were better than Lithuania in the final with 21:16.
Serbia managed to win the fifth gold at seven planetary shows, and it also has one silver and one fourth place.
Our team achieved seven victories from the same number of matches in this competition.

Glastonbury Festival welcomes back fans after pandemic

Thousands of people are returning to England's Glastonbury Festival as the five-day music and performing arts event reopened on June 22 for the first time in three years after being disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Headliners on the main Pyramid Stage include former Beatle Paul McCartney, U.S. singer Eilish and rapper Lamar.

Türkiye struggles with mass bee deaths

After mass bee deaths in Canada and Australia at an unprecedented rate, eyes have now turned to Türkiye, one of the leading countries in the beekeeping industry.

Türkiye ranks second in the number of hives and sixth in honey production worldwide. But today, it is facing serious losses due to the unconscious use of agricultural pesticides and non-practical beekeeping training.

Global stocks rise on improved Chinese services data

Global stock markets and Wall Street futures advanced yesterday after the downturn in China's service industries eased and news reports said the Biden administration might lift U.S. tariffs on some Chinese imports.

London and Frankfurt opened higher. Shanghai, Tokyo and Hong Kong advanced. Oil prices gained to stay close to $120 per barrel.

What are the Expectations for the Season on Bulgaria’s Northern Black Sea Coast?

Hoteliers working in the smaller settlements on the Northern Black Sea coast are optimistic about the upcoming summer season. One of the largest complexes - Albena, expects to achieve about 70% of overnight stays in 2019. Of course, adjustments to the price of the offered service are envisaged everywhere, but within reasonable limits, the hoteliers also share.

At Gallipoli battlefields, travelers remember fallen Anzacs

Travelers from Australia and New Zealand joined Turkish and other nations' dignitaries at the former World War I battlefields at Gallipoli for a solemn service at dawn on April 25 to remember troops killed during an unsuccessful British-led attack that aimed to take the Ottoman Empire out of the war.

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