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Bulgarian is a South Slavic language spoken in Southeastern Europe, primarily in Bulgaria. It is the language of Bulgarians.

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Mixed martial arts returns to Las Vegas as fighters make weight for UFC Fight Night [Video]

Mixed martial arts returns to Las Vegas as fighters make weight for UFC Fight Night

Mixed martial arts returns to Las Vegas this weekend for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began with UFC holding a Fight Night event at their Apex arena.

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The Bulgarian captain of a Portuguese-flagged cargo ship who was kidnapped along with seven other sailors by pirates off the coast of Benin last month, has been freed, Bulgaria's foreign ministry said..
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Pirates seize Portugal-flagged ship off Benin, kidnap crew: Bulgaria

Pirates attacked a Portugal-flagged ship and kidnapped its Bulgarian captain and seven sailors off the coast of Benin, Bulgaria's foreign ministry said on Tuesday.
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Bulgarian investigative journalist assaulted in Sofia

A popular Bulgarian investigative journalist was severely beaten by masked men outside his home in downtown Sofia late on Tuesday in an attack condemned by many journalist organizations and politicians..
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Far-right torchlight parade in Sofia hit by court ban

Fewer than 200 far-right activists gathered in downtown Sofia on Saturday after the country's top court upheld the city mayor's ban on their annual torchlight procession honoring a Bulgarian general..
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Bulgaria names Russians charged with poisoning linked to Skripal case

Bulgarian prosecutors on Friday named the three Russians they have charged with the attempted murder of three Bulgarians whose poisoning is being investigated for possible links with the 2018..
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Bulgaria adds charges of illegal antique possession against fugitive tycoon

Bulgarian prosecutors have pressed new charges including unlawful possession of antiques of historical value against fugitive gambling tycoon Vasil Bozhkov, one of the country's richest men, officials..
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U.S. bans Bulgarian judge who let suspected spy leave for Russia

The United States imposed a travel ban on Wednesday against a Bulgarian judge accused of having wrongly allowed a former lawmaker suspected of spying for Russia to leave the country.
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Bulgaria environment minister quits amid water crisis

Bulgarian Environment Minister Neno Dimov resigned on Friday after he spent a night in detention following questioning over severe water restrictions in the western city of Pernik and waste imports,..
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Bulgarian environment minister detained over water crisis: prosecutor's office

Bulgaria’s Minister of Environment and Water Neno Dimov was detained on Thursday after prosecutors questioned him in relation to a probe over chronic water shortages in the western town of Pernik.
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Norway suspends sea search efforts for missing Bulgarian sailors

The Norwegian authorities on Thursday suspended wider search and rescue operations for two Bulgarian sailors who officials say fell overboard from a cargo ship in the Norwegian Sea, the Bulgarian..
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Russia expels Bulgarian diplomat in tit-for-tat move

The Russian government has expelled a Bulgarian diplomat in a tit-for-tat move after Sofia declined a visa to Russia's incoming defense attache, Bulgaria's foreign ministry said on Thursday.
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Jock Palfreeman hoping for an Australian family Christmas after 11 years in Bulgarian jail

Jock Palfreeman says he hopes to reunite with his family and friends in Australia and "relax on a beach somewhere", but will always love the Bulgarian people.
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Palfreeman now a Bulgarian 'folk hero'

Jock Palfreeman has declared his desire to keep fighting for the rights of Bulgarian prisoners after spending more than 11 years behind bars in Sofia.
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Jock Palfreeman could face further two months behind Bulgarian bars after case adjourned

Bulgaria's highest court has adjourned a hearing on whether to overturn a parole decision for Australian Jock Palfreeman, who was jailed for murder.
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Bulgaria's highest court has adjourned a hearing on whether to overturn a parole decision for Australian Jock Palfreeman, who was jailed for murder.
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Concerns raised as Australian Jock Palfreeman remains in Bulgarian custody

Australia's foreign minister has raised concerns with her Bulgarian counterpart over the Australian still detained in Bulgaria despite being granted parole.
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Bulgarian prosecutor appeals Jock Palfreeman's parole

Bulgaria's chief prosecutor has gone to the country's Supreme Court of Cassation to suspend Australian Jock Palfreeman's parole and review his release.
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Bulgarian NGO official charged with spying for Russia

Bulgarian prosecutors charged the head of a non-governmental organization (NGO) on Tuesday with spying for Russia as part of a scheme they said aimed to draw Bulgaria away from its Western allies and..
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Bulgaria's data breach suspect sent back to custody

The owner of a Bulgarian cyber security company has been sent back into custody, a court said on Thursday, as part of an investigation into the nation's biggest data breach.
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Bulgaria parliament overturns presidential veto on F-16s deal

Bulgarian lawmakers overturned on Friday the presidential veto of a deal to purchase eight Lockheed Martin F-16 fighter jets from United States, clearing the way for Bulgaria's biggest military..
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Cyber expert charged in huge Bulgarian data hack is bailed

A cybersecurity expert accused of involvement in hacking the personal data of millions of Bulgarian taxpayers was conditionally released on Wednesday after prosecutors downgraded charges against him.
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'Wizard' cybersecurity expert charged with record hack of Bulgarian tax agency

A 20-year-old Bulgarian cybersecurity worker has been arrested on suspicion of involvement in a hacking attack that stole millions of taxpayers' personal and financial data, officials said on..
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Bulgarian cybersecurity worker detained over tax agency hack attack

A 20-year-old Bulgarian cybersecurity worker has been arrested on suspicion of involvement in a hacking attack that stole millions of taxpayers' personal and financial data, interior ministry officials..
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Bulgarian tax agency says hackers stole millions of financial records

Hackers have stolen the personal and financial data of millions of Bulgarians by breaking into the tax agency's systems, the government said on Tuesday.
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Canadian soldier dies, three troops hurt during drills in Bulgaria

One Canadian soldier died and three other troops were injured during an airborne operation, part of U.S.-led multinational military drills in southern Bulgaria on Tuesday, a Bulgarian spokeswoman for..
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