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Grigorescu's painting "Peasant Girl with White Headscarf'' sold for record 350,000 euro

Nicolae Grigorescu's painting "Tarancuta cu basma alba" (Peasant Girl with White Headscarf) was sold in the Artmark's Autumn Auction for the sum of 350,000 euro on Wednesday night, becoming the artist's best-selling work, according to a press release of the auction house.

For the Moment, Bulgaria will not Extradite Bulgarians to the Case of "Zhelyaz Andreev"

Outcome of the case with the extradition of Zhelyaz Andreev and four other Bulgarians accused of violating the embargo on trade with Syria. The meeting was held between Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, US Ambassador Eric Rubin, Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov and Justice Minister Tsetska Tsacheva.

US 'awaiting evidence' from Turkey over Gülen's links to murder of Russian envoy Karlov

The United States is awaiting evidence from Turkey over U.S.-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gülen's alleged links to the 2016 assassination of Russian Ambassador to Ankara Andrei Karlov, and will consider an extradition request accordingly, Justice Department spokesperson Nicole Navas Oxman has said.

Former CIA director to US President: You will take your rightful place as disgraced demagogue in dustbin of history

Lawmakers and former federal officials weighed in Saturday on the firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe late Friday by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, who served under former President Barack Obama, tweeted "this is dangerous" when referring to McCabe's ouster.

Prison Staff Protest

Unions of  prison guards and judicial guards prepare letters to the ambassadors of the EU member states. The reason is that the problems in the sector remain unresolved for years, and the demands of their protests, which last for months, remain outstanding.

Turkey’s Halkbank working with US Treasury, Justice Department after Iran case: Şimşek

Turkey’s state-run lender Halkbank is working closely with the U.S. Treasury and Justice Department, Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Şimşek said on Jan. 24, after a U.S. jury found one of its executives guilty in an Iran sanctions-busting trial.