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George W. Bush: Thank You for Being an Ally
US President George W. Bush finished his European tour in Bulgaria. Georgi Parvanov insisted on more american investments in energy sector. Bush backed Bulgarian calls to free five nurses sentenced to death in Libya on charges of infecting children with HIV.

First European Elections Held in Bulgaria

According to the exit-poll results, the ruling Socialist Party (BSP) and new party GERB, led by the Mayor of Sofia Boyko Borisov, received very close results. The turnout, however, was very low. Only 22 per cent of the 6.7 million registered voters showed up to cast ballots for Bulgaria's first elections for the European Parliament.

Bulgaria Pays Off Whole IMF Debt
Bulgaria managed to pay off the whole debt towards International Monetary Fund (IMF), Bulgarian Ministry of Finance reported.
Police Officers Awarded for Refusing a Bribe

Two police officers from Bulgaria's Southwestern town Petrich received an award by the chief of the Regional Police Department commissioner Konstantin Tityanov for refusing a 10,000 euro bribe.

PM Stanishev Accepts the Resignation of Two Cabinet Ministers
Two ministers will be replaced in a Cabinet reshuffle, announce PM Stanishev. He also proposed the creation of a new agency for national security in an effort to boost the fight against crime and corruption in this Balkan country.
George Bush Hopes Bulgarian Nurses Will Be Freed Soon
George Bush is to visit Bulgaria on June 11 U.S. President George Bush said in an interview aired on Friday he hoped the five Bulgarian nurses sentenced to death for infecting hundreds of Libyan children with HIV would soon be freed.
Bulgaria Expects Record Rose Oil Production
The rose-picking season started Wednesday in Bulgaria's Rose Valley, promising a record production of oil for the world's highest-grade perfume, officials said.
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Mahmoud Abbas Welcomes Bulgarian's Decision to Open a Representative's Office in Rammallah
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas appreciated the backing position of Bulgaria for the Palestinian cause. He thanked for Bulgria's decision to open a diplomatic representative office in Rammallah.
The Bulgarian Nurses, Sentenced in Lybia, on EP Election List
The Five Bulgarian nurses sentenced to death in Libya for allegedly infecting children with AIDS plan to run for a seat in the European Parliament in May.
Bulgarian Interior Minister Stepped Down
Bulgaria and Romania Escape EU Sanctions
BTA media meeting

Bulgaria Shows Decrease in Labor Productivity
Bulgarian Economy Grows 6.2% in First Quarter
Dundee Precious Metals Signs Key Contracts for Chelopech Concentrate

Bulgarian Orthodox Patriarch Maxim Dies at 98
Bulgaria Announced a Day of National Mourning
Police Officers Awarded for Refusing a Bribe
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