Descendants of Bosnian and Armenian Migrants Keep Ancient Ways Alive in Albania

Kapidani is cataloguing any documents that he can find about his ancestors. "We've collected documents and testimonies from the elders, aiming to reconstruct their trip by land and sea," Kapidani told BIRN.

Back in the 1870s, Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of the most culturally diverse parts of the Balkans, was mired in a multisided conflict.

Explosion at the Romanian Petromidia Refinery on the Black Sea coast

A large explosion occurred at the Romanian oil refinery Petromidia in Navodari, Romania - on the coast of the Black Sea. This was reported by the Romanian media

According to initial data, the explosion was followed by a fire. A video with the consequences of the explosion also appeared on social networks.

Euractiv: Bulgaria enters Schengen in 2 Stages

Bulgaria will in all probability enter Schengen by the end of the year and the admission will be in two stages. In October, border control at the airports will be abolished, and in January 2024 - the ground control as well.

This was reported by the Brussels-based publication Euractiv, citing sources from diplomatic circles in Brussels, the Bulgarian parliament and the government.

Survey: Nearly a Third of Bulgarians Approve of the New Cabinet

Nearly a third of Bulgarians approve of Nikolay Denkov's cabinet. Erosion in WCC-DB support of 5%. A decline in the positive assessment of the president's work. These are the main conclusions of a study by "Trend" commissioned by "24 Chasa" newspaper, dedicated to the attitudes of Bulgarians towards the main institutions and parties.