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Bulgaria consumer prices drop to 0.8pc y/y in Sept SOFIA: Bulgarian consumer prices fell 0.8 percent on the year in September against August's 0.6 percent decrease mainly due to a drop in the prices of fuels and transport services, data from the statistics office showed on Tuesday. Consumer prices fell 0.2 percent on the month in September after also dropping 0.2 percent decrease in August, the office said. Under the EU-harmonised index, where non-food items have more weight, consumer prices fell 1.4 percent on the month and registered a drop of 1.9 percent on the year. The government sees consumer prices decreasing 1.1 percent on the average this year, while the International Monetary Fund forecasts a drop of 1.2 percent. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...

France says will build more Ebola treatment centres in Guinea PARIS: France said on Monday it had agreed to set up new treatment centres for Ebola in Guinea after the United States asked for further assistance to fight the deadly epidemic in West Africa.The French president's office said Francois Hollande had spoken to his US counterpart in the evening about ways to tackle the worst outbreak of the disease on record, which has killed more than 4,000 people so far, mostly in Guinea, neighbouring Sierra ...
Dutch return to MH17 crash site as search resumes THE HAGUE: Dutch officials Monday returned to the crash site of flight MH17 in Ukraine, where the search for remains and belongings resumed with the recovery of items from cuddly toys to photos, despite sporadic exchanges of fire.The Dutch were part of an Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) team that has brokered a return to the place where the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 crashed in rebel-held territory on July 17.All 298 people ...
Government-backed candidates win in Turkish judicial vote ANKARA: Government-backed candidates won eight out of 10 seats in a top Turkish judicial body in an election on Sunday, election results showed, a victory for President Tayyip Erdogan in his battle against ally-turned-foe cleric Fethullah Gulen.Erdogan accuses Gulen, living in self-imposed exile in the United States, of using influence in the judiciary and police to try to seize the levers of state power. Gulen denies the accusations.The vote by some 14,000 judges and prosecutors ...
English health workers in first strike after 32 years LONDON: Workers in England's state-run National Health Service go on strike on Monday for the first time since 1982 following a government refusal to hike their pay.NHS staff including nurses, ambulance crews and midwives plan to stop working between 7:00 am and 11:00 am (0600 GMT and 1000 GMT).The move is intended to pile pressure on Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, who rejected the recommendations of an independent panel for a one-percent wage increase for all ...
In Donetsk theatre, a refuge from Ukraine's tragedy DONETSK: After the bombs, the fur coats. After the air raids, the air kisses. After six months of war, even the fighters attending an opening night at the Donetsk theatre traded in weapons for a rare moment of refinement.The steps of the Donetsk National Academic Ukrainian Musical and Drama Theatre, empty for months, rang out over the weekend as 700 well-heeled theatregoers rushed up to enjoy a long-delayed debut to the season. But despite the ...
Bosnians vote for presidents, parliament SARAJEVO: Bosnia voted Sunday to choose new leaders and a parliament amid mounting social discontent in a country plagued with corruption and ethnic disputes which are hampering its approach to the European Union.Around 3.3 million citizens were eligible to cast ballots to elect three members -- a Croat, a Muslim and a Serb -- of the joint presidency as well as the new central parliament in the former Yugoslav republic that suffered a 1992-1995 war.That ...


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