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Bulgaria PM Rejects Fugitive Mogul’s ‘Insulting’ Gift

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov on Wednesday declined to accept ownership of the Football Club Levski, which was offered to him in a sarcastic manner by the exiled Bulgarian tycoon Vasil Bojkov, who is hiding in the United Arab Emirates after numerous charges were pressed against him in early 2020.

As of May 15, it is possible to leave locality with good reasons, verbal statement and supporting documents

The Minister of Health, Nelu Tataru, declared on Monday that after May 15 it will be possible to leave the locality for well-founded reasons, mentioning that it will be a verbal statement accompanied by documents, for example a property deed.

Stars auction items for coronavirus campaign

Collectible match-worn signed shoes belonging to Milwaukee Bucks star and last season's NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and a signed T-shirt from his personal collection with Nike are being auctioned for charity on www.charityidols.com as part of the Live Athletically campaign to raise money to combat the coronavirus.

Volunteers organize online chess tournament amid lockdown

Three Turkish volunteer organizers decided to organize an online chess tournament amid coronavirus lockdown.

Seçkin Serpil, a member of the International Chess Federation (FIDE), international chess player Handenur Sahin and FIDE trainer Ali Polatel organized an online chess tournament in Turkey, and they already plan another one at an international level.

Olympiakos and Atromitos face relegation for match fixing

Olympiakos and Atromitos are threatened with relegation, while their owner Evangelos Marinakis and Giorgos Spanos, Portuguese coach Ricardo Sa Pinto and a dozen others are threatened with very serious sanctions, all for corruption and match fixing in Greek soccer, according to a report on Athens radio station Sport FM.

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