Bulgaria under pressure after journalist's brutal murder... AFP | 2018-10-08 23:18 UTC
Bulgaria was under pressure Monday to find the killer of a television journalist whose brutal murder sparked international condemnation, as mourners thronged candlelight vigils in the capital Sofia and the northern town of Ruse where she was killed.The gl
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Far right expect gains as Swedes vote in uncertain election... AFP | 2018-09-09 21:00 UTC
Swedes went to the polls Sunday with the far right expected to make big gains as voters unhappy about immigration punish one of Europe's few remaining left-wing governments.The global network of Agence France Presse covers 151 countriesIf you have new
EU Ban on Halogen Light Bulbs Takes Effect this September...
“The EU’s attempt to ban halogen bulbs is wrong because consumers will suffer financially and it’s always the poorest who suffer most from these kinds of policies,” Jonathan Bullock, the UK Independence Party spokesman in the European parliament, told the Guardian. “Customers should have the
100 cars torched in Swedish rioting...
MORE than 100 cars were set alight in a night of co-ordinated mayhem by hooded youths in cities across Sweden. Acting in what authorities said was "almost a military operation", yobs launched simultaneous attacks on vehicles in locations up to 300