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Forbes Recognizes Two Bulgarians Among World's Richest Individuals Yet Again

In the latest unveiling of Forbes' prestigious billionaires list for 2024, the world witnesses a dynamic panorama of wealth distribution and economic shifts. Among the familiar names in the rankings are the brothers Kiril and Georgi Domuschievi, albeit with a notable decline in their fortunes, placing them at 1545th position. 2,781 people from 78 nations were Included in Forbes' ranking.

Muhammad Ali shorts worn in famous fight to be sold for $6 mln

A pair of boxing shorts worn by the great Muhammad Ali in his famous Thrilla in Manila fight are set to be auctioned off for an eye-watering $6million.

Ali's silk Everlast shorts, which are pure white except for a black belt line and black racing stripes on each leg, are autographed by the boxing legend himself and remain in excellent condition.

Funeral held for Serbian basketball coach Dejan Milojevic

BELGRADE - Serbian basketball coach Dejan Milojevic, who died in the US last month aged 46, was buried at Belgrade's New Bezanija Cemetery on Monday.

Milojevic died in Salt Lake City on January 17 after suffering a heart attack before an NBA game between Utah Jazz and his club Golden State Warriors, where he was an assistant coach.

Serbia sees off Dejan Milojević - Steve Kerr and basketball legends at the funeral

Milojevic died on January 17 in Salt Lake City as a result of a heart attack before the NBA game between Utah and Golden State, where he worked as a member of the coaching staff.
The funeral ceremony will begin at 1 p.m., the funeral itself half an hour later.

Bogdanovic: Paris Olympics next chance for Serbia to win gold

BELGRADE - Losing to Germany in the World Cup final was very tough, but life goes on and next summer's Olympic Games in Paris will be another opportunity to win a gold medal, Bogdan Bogdanovic, captain of the Serbia men's national basketball team, has told the basketball news portal Eurohoops.