Human Interest

Ancient businessman becomes "honorary member"

Opramoas, a businessman who lived in the ancient city of Rhodiapolis in the southern province of Antalya's Kumluca district in the 2nd century A.D. and was known as an important civic benefactor, has become a "honorary member" of the Antalya Industrialists and Businessmen Association (ANS?AD) upon the application of Professor Nevzat Çevik. 

3 Killed in Graz as Man Drives SUV into Crowds, 5-Year-Old Bulgarian among Victim

Austria's Graz holds a day of mourning for the three people killed by an SUV driver on Saturday in the city center.
A memorial service was held on Saturday for the three people who died in the accident.
According to reports of Austrian daily Der Standard, as cited by the Bulgarian National Radio, the youngest victim is a 5-year-old of Bulgarian origin.

Will Turkey's Erdo?an make a comeback?

I was talking about a ?beautiful summer? after the election results.

I have started that summer season. But wherever I go, I come across this question:

?Will Erdo?an come back??

People are relieved, but that question is still on their mind.

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I?ll give my answer. Be prepared for the bad news... Yes, he can come back?

Bulgarian Actress Stoyanka Mutafova Honored by Lady Diana Foundation

Stoyanka Mutafova is the first Bulgarian actress to receive a honorable mention certificate from the Diana Memorial Fund. She will be noted for her exceptional contribution to the theater art.

Among the other honorable award winners are Sean Connery, Peter O' Toole and Lynn Redgrave.

Sold-out amazing calendar vets and their furry friends (photos)

Each year, the Omega Tau Sigma veterinary fraternity at Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine publishes a calendar featuring some of their students posing with cute animals. Proceeds of the 2015 edition of the Men of the Vet School calendar go to the Patient Assistance Fund to help owners who can’t afford to pay for their pets medical care.