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US: Winter Olympics likely to Impact Putin's Military Planning in Ukraine

Ahead of the Winter Olympics that is set to begin on February 4 in Beijing, Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman on Wednesday (local time) suggested that the Olympics could affect Russian President Vladimir Putin's calculations over a possible invasion of Ukraine.

Biden threatens Putin with personal sanctions over Ukraine

The United States warned Moscow on Tuesday of damaging sanctions, including measures personally targeting Vladimir Putin, as Russian combat troops massing around Ukraine launched new exercises.

Tension appeared to be only increasing, with the White House saying the risk of a Russian invasion of Ukraine "remains imminent."

Western and Southeastern Bulgaria are in Stage 3 of the Covid Plan - Will there be New Restrictions

Two of the five large regions into which the country is divided are already in stage 3 in terms of morbidity and occupancy of intensive care beds. These are Western and Southeastern Bulgaria.

According to the new government plan, new restrictions must be introduced in these areas.

Bulgaria: New National Plan for Dealing with COVID-19

New record of nearly 14,000 new coronavirus cases on Saturday

Ljubljana – A new daily record number of coronavirus infection cases was recorded in Slovenia on Saturday as 13,911 PCR tests were positive, with the positivity rate standing at 75.5%, the latest data from the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ) show. Total hospitalisations were up slightly, while as many as 18 people with Covid-19 died.

Bulgaria: A Bus Incident near Ruse - 10 people Injured

A bus turned over on the main road Ruse - Kubrat between the villages of Chervena Voda and Novo Selo. There are 10 injured people, one with a craniocerebral trauma, the Emergency Service told BNT.

6 people - aged between 25 and 59, are accommodated in the University Hospital "Kanev".

The incident happened shortly after 6 o'clock this morning.