Archaeologist Arrested for Faking Staggering Discoveries

A Spanish archaeologist whose staggering discoveries included one of the earliest representations of the crucifixion and proof that the written Basque language was centuries older than previously thought has been found guilty of faking the finds.

The saga began in June 2006 when Eliseo Gil presented artefacts excavated from the Roman town of Veleia, near the Basque city of Vitoria.

Three Police Officers of Bulgarian Origin Were Injured in the US Riots

Three police officers of Bulgarian origin were injured during the riots in the United States. This was announced by the Bulgarian-American Police Association.

"According to unofficial data, we have three injured colleagues who are recovering and have no lasting results from the injuries. As far as I know, each of them is returning to work, "Officer Blagovest Bonev told NOVA TV.

Ambassadors from Spanish speaking countries to read from Cervantes on International Book Day

Personalities representing the diplomatic and cultural life of the Spanish speaking countries in Bucharest, alongside the Spanish writer Care Santos, will read from the work of Miguel de Cervantes and several other great Spanish authors to the Romanian audience, on the International Book Day, informs a press release of the Cervantes Institute sent to AGERPRES.

EU expects all member states to get access to financing and credit, says Commissioner

The European Union's industry chief Thierry Breton said on Tuesday he wanted all EU member states to have the same access to financing and credit.

Breton also told French BFM TV he expected the Schengen zone to stay closed over the summer due to the new coronavirus. 

Turkey Offers an Initiative for Cooperation between the Turkish and Bulgarian Police to Secure the Borders more Effectively

Turkey is preparing an initiative for cooperation between the Turkish and Bulgarian police in order to secure the common borders more effectively, Aksam newspaper said. Common border patrols for border protection can be formed, the newspaper added. Turkey has negotiated such an initiative with Serbia.

Istanbul Jews fight to save their ancestral tongue

If there's one thing Dora Beraha regrets in her twilight years, it is not passing on the 500-year-old language of Istanbul's Jews, Ladino, now on the point of extinction.
"After us, will there still be people who speak this language?" says 90-year-old Beraha.
"Surely, very few. It is possible that it will disappear."