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Bulgaria Among Countries with Lowest Flu Vaccination Coverage

Bulgaria ranks last among European countries in terms of the implementation of preventive measures against the flu, especially the use of the seasonal flu vaccine.

Doctors recommend vaccination particularly to the elderly, people suffering from diabetes, heart diseases and chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma and bronchitis.

Nikolic meets participants of 'Joy of Europe'

BELGRADE - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic held a reception in Belgrade on Saturday to mark the 45th anniversary of the international children's event 'Joy of Europe' and told the children to stay in touch with their new friends and grow to be good adults.

Vucic: Serbia is pillar of stability in West Balkans

BELGRADE - Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met on Saturday with the representatives of Youth of the European People's Party (YEPP) and said that Serbia is the pillar of stability in the West Balkans, adding that the initiated economic reforms will bring prosperity to the country and its citizens.

Novak Djokovic in Beijing final

BEIJING - World No. 1 Novak Djokovic of Serbia advanced to the final of China Open after defeating Briton Andy Murray 6-3, 6-4 early on Saturday in Beijing.

DIMAR’s demise

In the months that followed Greece’s 2012 national election, the Democratic Left (DIMAR) party of Fotis Kouvelis, a moderate socialist, went on to shoulder part of the responsibility in the bid to rescue the debt-hit country, joining the coalition government along with conservative New Democracy and socialist PASOK.

MPs meet with US diplomat

BELGRADE - Serbian parliament's Deputy Speaker Igor Becic and members of parliamentary groups met with Thomas Yazdgerdi, Foreign Service Officer at the U.S. Department of State, and jointly agreed that the Serbian-US bilateral relations have improved.

Bulgaria, Indonesia Sign Memorandum on Youth Policy, Sports

Bulgaria's caretaker Minister of Youth and Sport Evgenia Radanova and her Indonesian counterpart Roy Suryo Notodiprojo have signed a Memorandum of Understanding in the field of youth policy and sports.

Turkish President Erdoğan demands apology if Biden uttered ISIL remarks

'If Biden told these words, then he will be history for me. I never uttered such remarks,' Turkish President Erdoğan said two days after US Vice President quoted him as saying that Turkey 'let too many people through' and mistakenly paved the way for the ISIL's rise across its border

Latvia Votes in Parliamentary Elections

A total of 953 polling stations in Latvia, and 98 stations in 41 other countries have opened on Saturday for the country's parliamentary elections.

The Central Elections Commission will publish the initial results shortly after midnight. Final results are expected to be announced by Sunday, Itar-Tass reports.

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