Countries around the world are reimposing lockdowns and implementing new health checks at their borders in an effort to curb a resurgence of the coronavirus before it spins even further out of control.
By Costas Kantouris, Vanessa Gera, Rod McGuirk, Associated Press
A 25-year-old-man from Northern Ireland who was driving the truck, which is believed to have come from Bulgaria, has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
By Gregory Katz, Danica Kirka, Associated Press
Kristalina Georgieva succeeds Christine Lagarde who is stepping down to take over as head of the European Central Bank.
By Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press
At least 12 people were killed and an unknown number still missing, officials say, after heavy flooding and torrential rains paralyzed parts of Bulgaria today. In the worst-hit Black Sea resort town of Varna, floodwaters rose up to 3.2 ft.,…
By Talia Mindich
Refugees fleeing violence in Syria confront dire conditions in Bulgaria…
In other news Thursday, Bulgarian officials announced that the suicide bomber responsible for Wenesday's bus attack in Burgas had a fake Michigan driver's license. Also, organizers of the London Olympics fear huge delays at Heathrow Airport as British border guards…
In other news Wednesday, a bomb exploded on a bus transporting Israeli youth in a resort town in Bulgaria, killing at least six people. In Northern Afghanistan, the Taliban claimed responsibility for a bomb that damaged 22 NATO supply trucks.
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President Clinton addressed 30,000 cheering Bulgarians Monday in a rally to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the fall of communism.
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