13 April, 2018
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Borisov: Egoism in the Balkans hurts everyone
Serbia and Kosovo are ready to compromise regarding the session of the European Council

Former interim premier lobbies in favour of Bulgarian Madoff
Ognyan Gerdzhikov scratches a whole section of commercial law; protects the schemes of the fugitive banker and his Russian connections

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Interview
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Vladimir Chukov, professor in Arab studies:
Concerns about World War III are exaggerated
The EU lacks common army and security concept but it remains a big economic factor in the Middle East and will participate in the process of stabilisation

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Analysis
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Hungary in the EU: From front runner to veto player
Viktor Orban's decisive victory at the parliamentary election will have significant implications for Europe

Post-Brexit deals will expose myth of ‘taking back control’
Claims that UK leaving of the EU will allow power to be taken back from Brussels to Westminster needs a far higher degree of scrutiny

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The Planet
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Zuckerberg survives testimony
But it's still unclear what Washington is going to do to fix Facebook data breach

Military option takes lead in Syria, as diplomacy suffers
The US and its European allies weigh how to punish Damascus regime for chemical attack

Macedonian cabinet wins confidence vote

May, Macron stand next to Trump on air strike, Merkel keeps distance
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Business
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Culture
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Netflix pulls its films from Cannes
The platform's productions are banned from competition

Art collector Howard Greenberg:
Photography made my choice for me
If you make iconic photos that people want to look at then you are a master

Sex supplants politics
Love, outer space and the struggles of life occupy caricaturists' attention

Under goddess Cybele aegis
Exhibition of Bulgarian gold ranked №1 worldwide
Artist sends Brexit-related message in London
Romanian writer wins 2018 Formentor Award
Paper parade in Sofia
Scholar and writer, not only lover
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