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The largest airplane in the world is destroyed; Who is guilty? Well, Ukrainians VIDEO

According to the Ukrainian portal Pravda, as reported by Aero.rs, for the destruction of the Antonov An-225 "Mryja", after a two-year investigation, the director of the Antonov factory, Serhiy Bychkov, and the head of security, Oleksandr Netosov, have been charged with 15 years in prison for the destruction of that plane.

Hamas says Gaza truce possible 'within 24 to 48 hours' if Israel accepts terms

Delegations from Hamas, Qatar and the United States have arrived in Egypt "to resume a new round of negotiations" for a truce in the Gaza war, state-linked Al-Qahera News reported Sunday.
A senior Hamas official told AFP on Sunday that a ceasefire in Gaza may be secured "within 24 to 48 hours" if Israel accepts the Palestinian group's demands in ongoing talks.

Kecmanović couple before the court: The families of the murdered are posing questions

The trial takes place without the presence of the public.
The accused Vladimir and Miljana Kecmanovi, as well as the instructor and owner of the shooting range where, as is suspected, the boy learned to shoot, should present their defense, and the parents of the murdered children will be able to ask them questions.

Former Bulgarian Swimmer Arrested in UK on Espionage Charges for Russia

Another Bulgarian national has been apprehended in the United Kingdom on allegations of espionage for Russia. The court in London has determined that 38-year-old Tihomir Ivanchev will remain in custody indefinitely, joining five other compatriots who have been detained for espionage-related offenses for over a year.

Prison sentences for Kosovo-Metohija Serbs reverted to fines

PRISTINA - A Pristina basic court on Tuesday sentenced two Kosovo-Metohija Serbs to six months in prison for "involvement in a crowd committing criminal offences or hooliganism."

The men, Dusan Obrenovic and Rados Petrovic, were arrested in May last year following protests in Zvecan.

As they have pleaded guilty, their sentences were reverted to 6,000 euro fines.

Tennis Legends: Profiles of the Most Iconic Players in the Sport

Tennis is a rapidly changing game where new talent is always challenging the top players at different events. Getting to the top and staying there isn't easy, and many players have come and gone over the years. Some have shined brightly during their peak years and continued to compete against younger, fitter players to keep winning.

Two additional lawsuits filed against the Kecmanović: Five lawsuits in total

Two new lawsuits were filed against the Kecmanovi by the parents of the wounded children, and preparatory hearings for those lawsuits are scheduled for March and May, Tanjug learns.
Lawsuits were filed for compensation for non-material damages due to physical pain, suffered fear and psychological pain, while the teacher also filed a lawsuit for reduced life activities.

Bulgarian Families Affected By Car Accidents Protest Again In Sofia

A protest by families who have lost their children in accidents is taking place in Sofia today. At 8:30, they closed the intersection of "Alabin" Street and "Vitosha" Boulevard, right next to the Courthouse. The participants have requests for fairness and increased road regulation.

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