15 September, 2017
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Interview
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Karel Lannoo, CEO of the Centre for European Policy Studies:
If EU is lame duck, it will not help anybody
It is not the way we have to work, if some Member States have to absorb all the refugees, while others resist participating in the scheme

Pieter Cleppe, head of Open Europe Brussels office:
Brexit would be pretty damaging without deal
It would hit both sides and maybe the UK would be hit worse, but also nobody in Germany would see this as an excuse for German job losses

Dobrin Ivanov, executive director of the Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association:
Bridging the pay gap in Europe is hard for now

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Analysis
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Brexit reveals EU's value
Brussels must not allow the negotiating process to dominate its agenda

Catching wind in our sails
We now have a window of opportunity but it will not stay open forever, we must continue working together

We should learn from history but look to the future

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The Planet
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Aurora 17 rises Russia tension
Sweden and NATO countries kicked off large military exercises in the Baltic region

North Korea defies new UN sanctions
The Security Council resolution does not include oil import ban

Norway right-wing govt wins tough re-election

Myanmar accused of ethnic cleansing
Russia: Syrian troops liberated about 85% of war-torn country
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Business
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Culture
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Wagner's Parsifal opens Sofia Opera season
Students of Raina Kabaivanska will perform Bellini’s Norma

Composer Prof. Petar Lyondev:
I choose fame before money
When I write music I always imagine myself being in the audience and listening to it

Muhammad Ali revived at One Dance Week
The festival features captivating shows from three continents

Vacationing among a sea of sculptures
Six unique books vie for 2017 Man Booker Prize
Robot conducts Andrea Bocelli and orchestra
Glory is Bulgaria's next year Oscar entry
Woodwork is like love
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