Mon, May 20 2013
Photo: Eduardo Munoz
European aid commissioner Kristalina Georgieva says that a business culture should take the place of a culture of corruption, a Bulgarian media report says.
Before the January 12 2010 earthquake, there were about 120 000 people living with HIV in Haiti, out of a total population of about three million.
Several television stations and newspapers seem to have forgotten the code of ethics they signed that includes provisions about coverage of children who are victims of crime.
The incident may undermine trust in Bulgaria's help in alleviating the disaster after a promising beginning in which a telethon, aired at the first week of February on Bulgaria’s bTV, raised 943 524 leva towards earthquake relief.
Meanwhile, UN appeals for $1.4 billion for Haitian quake victims.
Bulgaria’s European Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva, who has asked the EU for a further 90 million euro to assist Haiti, joined the stars at Sofia’s Modern Theatre on February 14 for the ‘Everything is Love’ concert for the children of Haiti.
World leaders acknowledged Putin's victory with reservations, and international observers say the election was skewed in the former president's favour.
Hollande's call for more spending and economic growth has struck a chord with French voters.
Gallup International Association poll gives president Sarkisian’s party 44 per cent, while three main challengers alleged ‘machinations’ by ruling party in what – in contrast to 2008 – reportedly was a largely peaceful election.
The Freedom House report says the media environment in the Middle East and North Africa underwent major improvements in 2011, but remained the worst-performing part of the world.
Dissatisfaction with jobs is a global phenomenon and two-thirds of workers all over the world intend to look for another job in the near future, the survey concluded.