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How the Virus of Criminal Authoritarianism Killed Zoran Djindjic

Djindjic was assassinated because he was about to strike a mortal blow to one of the most powerful criminal syndicates in the country. The people who murdered him acted in order to avoid going to prison. He was killed in a conspiracy concocted by the Zemun Clan, a band of thugs from Serbia's underworld, and members of the country's security establishment.

Turkey’s Cappadocia region hotspot for Valentine's Day

Couples are flocking to Turkey's picturesque Cappadocia region for Valentine's Day getaways, with occupancy rates at local accommodation topping 80% for this weekend, including the big day, Feb. 14.

Cappadocia offers guests fabulous holiday opportunities with its unique natural, historical and cultural richness, tailor made for special couples' weekends.

Maria Bakalova, First Bulgarian Actress With Chance to Grab Oscar

The 24-year-old Bulgarian actress made her big screen debut alongside Sacha Baron Cohen in the comedy sequel, playing Borat Sagdiyev's daughter Tutar and winning much acclaim for her performance.  Fans had called for Maria to be nominated for an Oscar and she could be well on her way in light of the new development with the Golden Globes.  According to Variety, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assoc

The Story of Covid-19 around World

Almost no place has been spared — and no one.

The virus that first emerged a year ago in Wuhan, China, swept across the world in 2020, leaving havoc in its wake. More than any event in memory, the pandemic has been a global event. On every continent, households have felt its devastation — joblessness and lockdowns, infirmity and death. And an abiding, relentless fear.