21 April, 2017
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GERB and United Patriots reach cabinet agreement
The two parties make concessions and announce government programme through 2021

New parliament begins work
EU rotating presidency and national security viewed as priorities by all parties

Ratio of new and old MPs is 1:1

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Interview
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Margarete Hofmann, Director of Policy at the European Anti-Fraud Office:
The EU Prosecutor's office and OLAF need close ties
While the EPPO and the Member States will share competence, our Office will retain its full mandate for both fraudulent and non-fraudulent irregularities

Peter Praet, Member of the Executive Board of the ECB:
Eurozone economy is now gaining momentum
Since the crisis we have had serious concerns about deflationary risks, but now we can say that they have more or less disappeared

Tomi Huhtanen, Executive Director of Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies:
There will be no more 'cherry picking' for the UK
My opinion is that we should leave the door open as in Britain many people are hoping that the Brexit decision can be reversed

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Analysis
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The Korean trap
The US lost 50,000 soldiers when it fell into the trap 67 years ago, today it is in danger of losing everything

May likely seeks mandate for a softer Brexit
The Prime Minister could buy some time to turn the UK away from the cliff edge

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The Planet
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Culture
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Magic of realism
Passion for detail is the common denominator of various artists' unorthodox ideas in a group exhibition in Sofia

Alicia Sancha - cosmopolitan born in Sofia
The National Art Gallery is preparing an exhibition of four generations of a particularly revered family

Damien Hirst returns with sunken 'treasures'
Controversial artist shocks the audience once again

Where water of life flows
Bulgarian film in Cannes Festival's official selection
Kobra paints world's largest graffiti ever
Italian trio IL Volo with Sofia concert
Bad boys of Signum quartet
Museum of miniature opens in New York
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