Bulgarian President Radev: Protests are Normal, Government Should Point to Solution

Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev said on 12th of November that resignations were not a decision but an escape. The head of state's comments came a day after protests in the country against fuel prices and the raising of the old car tax and third party liability insurance and demanding resignations .

Head of Agency for Bulgarians Abroad was Removed from the Post

By a decision of the government, Petar Haralampiev was released from the post of chairperson of the State Agency for Bulgarians Abroad, the government press office said on 5th of November. Haralampiev's position will be temporarily filled by the Deputy Chairperson of the Agency, Dimitar Vladimirov, until new Chair is appointment.

Head of Agency for Bulgarians Abroad Charged with Bribery and Influence Peddling

The Chairman of the Agency for Bulgarians Abroad is accused of leading an organised criminal group, bribery and trading in influence, prosecutor Angel Kanev who oversees the investigation said at a briefing, Focus News Agency reports. The criminal activity began in June 2017.

Matic's shocking post: Nemanja, Serbia will betray you again

Matic published a quote, whose source is still unknown - as is the reason for posting it - which states that "Serbia will betray him again."

"Yes, Nemanja Matic is ready to die for Serbia, just like his fatherland is, with the same enthusiasm, ready to betray him again. And she will do it. Have no doubt whatsoever, my Nemanja!", Matic posted.

Montenegro to Penalise Disrespect for National Anthem

Montenegro's government has put forward legislation that would make not standing up for the national anthem an offence punishable by a 300 to 2,000-euro fine.

"A fine of 300 to 2,000 euros will be imposed on a person if they do not stand up during the performance of the anthem," the government press statement said.

Huawei Awards Certificates to talented Bulgarian Students

SOFIA, Sept. 27 (Xinhua) -- Chinese telecom giant Huawei here on Thursday awarded certificates to Bulgarian students who recently participated in the company's global program Seeds for the Future.

The program was launched in 2008 to discover local ICT talents and provide them with scholarships and two-week training sessions in China.

Croatia Police Deny Separating Migrant From Daughter

Croatian police have denied separating a Syrian migrant from his young daughter - after he issued a call for help over the weekend in finding his five-year-old daughter, who he says is now stuck in Croatia while he is back in Bosnia.

He claims the Croatian police separated him from his daughter, which the Croatian police have denied.