Child refugee becomes Eurovision contest contender

For Tusse, Sweden's 2021 Eurovision Song Contest contender, it felt like entering a new world coming to the Nordic country at the age of eight from a Ugandan refugee camp.

The 19-year-old Tusse, short for Tousin Chiza, will represent Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest in the Netherlands in May with the song "Voices."

Foreign Diplomats Leave North Korea Capital amid Acute Shortage of Essential Goods

Diplomatic missions of 12 states have suspended work in North Korea and all foreign personnel of international humanitarian organizations have left the country due to the challenging situation, namely over the lack of goods and medicine, the Russian Embassy in Pyongyang wrote on its Facebook page.

Meeting of Foreign Ministers of NATO countries / Aurescu: Romania supports drawing up new Strategic Concept

Bucharest, March 23 /Agerpres/ - Romania supports the development of a new NATO Strategic Concept to better reflect current security realities, Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu said on Tuesday at a meeting of heads of diplomacy from the Alliance's member states, which is taking place in Brussels.

World Happiness Report for 2021 Unveiled, Where Is Bulgaria in Ranking?

The happiest countries in the world have been unveiled in the annual World Happiness Report for 2021. Which countries made the top 10, and where did Bulgaria rank?

After a difficult year amid the coronavirus pandemic, the World Happiness Report for 2021 has been unveiled. The report offers an insight into the highlights of certain countries around the world.

EU regulator 'convinced' AstraZeneca benefit outweighs risk

The European Union's drug regulator insisted on March 16 that there is "no indication" the AstraZeneca vaccine causes blood clots as governments around the world faced the grimmest of dilemmas: push on with a vaccine known to save lives or suspend its use over reports of clotting in some recipients.

Disparities in Wages Are Huge in EU – Bulgaria Bottoms Ranking with EUR 442 per Month

 Gross monthly income varies considerably in EU Member States. In 2018, the average labor remuneration ranges from EUR 4,057 per month in Denmark to EUR 442 in Bulgaria, Eurostat reported today, quoted by BTA.

The median is defined as "average": half of employees earn less and the other half make more than the average earnings.