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Bill foresees tighter rules for state officials, employers

Failure by individuals within the competent agencies of the state or local authority officials to send the required documents for the licensing of strategic investments within the given deadline will be punished with a minimum suspension of three months, according to the investment incentives bill that the Development Ministry has put up for consultation until Tuesday.

Data on the Burnout Syndrome Will Be Presented in Bulgaria

The Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce will present data on  the "occupational burnout" syndrome and on the state of health of employees, their motivation, efficiency and achievements in the workplace in Bulgaria.

Experts will look for possible Burnout Syndrome solutions that will lead to higher business growth.

Judicial council rejects, for third time, N17 terrorist Koufodinas' request for 7th furlough

A Greek judicial council on Friday issued a third rejection of an application by convicted November 17 terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas for a seventh furlough.

The judges on the Volos-based council unanimously adopted the proposal of a prosecutor who had proposed that Koufodinas' appeal be rejected on the grounds that he has shown no remorse for his terrorist activities.

Iggy Azalea’s backside stuns onstage at Univision Premios Juventud (SEXY VIDEO-HOT PHOTOS)

Australian entertainer Iggy Azalea is not known for leaving much to the imagination when it comes to her physical assets. Ever since hopping onto the international music scene, the rapper has rarely been left out of the headlines regarding her costume and outfit choices.

Rihanna releases long-awaited album

'Anti,' R&B superstar Rihanna's first album since 2012, was announced late last year but the timing of the release was a surprise and came hours after she put out the first singleR&B superstar Rihanna on Jan. 28 released her long-awaited eighth album "Anti," offering exclusive early access through commercial tie-ups.