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American Promoter was Arrested for Appropriation of $ 750,000 for a Charity Concert in Bulgaria

American promoter was arrested on suspicion of having appropriated $ 750,000 for a charity concert for homeless children in Bulgaria, AP said, referring to the prosecutor's office.

Robin Di Maggio, a drummer and former music director of the United Nations and a music show, may be charged with financial fraud.

Begging on the Streets of Sofia was Banned from December 1

The new municipal order for public order in Sofia has been into force from December 1. In addition to raising noise at night and between 2 am and 4 pm, it also prohibits collecting donations in the streets. This means that people lying on the sidewalks and begging will also be subject to sanctions.

City of Athens offers shelter to homeless

Municipal authorities in Athens have announced measures to protect homeless people and other vulnerable groups in the Greek capital from the cold weather as temperatures drop.

Municipal teams will be active in the city center seeking out homeless people to provide them with blankets, clothing and information about organized shelters.

How will Bulgarians Rest over Christmas and New Year Holidays?

Christmas and New Year approach. Bulgarians are already planning their vacations during the holidays and booking their trips. But how are we going to rest this year?
 
The bigger cluster of non-working days is around Christmas. Officially they will be on 24, 25 and 26 December. However, festivities for many may begin on 22 December - Saturday.
 

Six Dead, Dozens Hurt in Italy Nightclub Incident

At least six people died and dozens were injured in a stampede when panic broke out during a rap concert at an Italian nightclub early Saturday, reports AFP. 

Media reports said the suspected use of a pepper spray-like substance sparked the chaos at the venue in the town of Corinaldo, near Ancona in central Italy.

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