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Delegation of European Parliament is Visiting Bulgaria

A delegation of the European Parliament is on a two-day visit to Bulgaria.

This is the first visit of members of the Civil Liberties Commission in the country.

They will meet with various civil society organizations, as well as senior government and government officials, including the president, ombudsman and chief prosecutor.

Albania Govt’s Planned Information Agency Accused of ‘Propaganda’ Role

The Albanian government has come under criticism from the opposition and rights groups after it decided on Saturday to establish a new Agency for Media and Information that will centralise the government's media messaging, sparking allegations that Prime Minister Edi Rama's administration is seeking to evade media scrutiny.

Putin in self-isolation

Kremlin said that such a decision was made after at least one person was tested positive for coronavirus, and who was in the environment of the President of Russia. The statement added that the Russian leader postponed all meetings to video calls.

Disney to debut its 2021 films in theaters

Walt Disney Co has said it will release "Eternals," "West Side Story" and the rest of its 2021 films exclusively in theaters before sending them to streaming, a show of confidence that moviegoing will rebound.

The company had experimented during the pandemic with debuting some movies on the Disney+ streaming service at the same time they ran in theaters.

Putin in mourning - pictures toured the world VIDEO / PHOTO

Photographs of a crushed Putin over his associate's deathbed have traveled the world.

EPA-EFE/ALEXEI NIKOLSKY/SPUTNIK /KREMLIN / POOL MANDATORY CREDIT

For Putin, Zinichev was more than an associate, although he was officially the Minister of Emergency Situations.
He was also Putin's personal bodyguard for a while.

Russia-Belarus Zapad Military Exercise Opens New Fronts

However, it comes in the context of an already tense situation on Belarus' borders with Poland and the Baltics, after weeks during which Aleksandr Lukashenko's regime has been pushing migrants, primarily from the Middle East and Afghanistan, into the EU, partly in retaliation for sanctions Brussels imposed on it for a rigged presidential election in 2020 and a subsequent violent crackdown on de

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