Turkey has evacuated some of its embassy in Damascus

Turkey has decided to leave their families Syrian diplomats and diplomatic staff of the secondary mission, the Anatolian Agency reported. The decision was made for safety reasons after the violent demonstrations on Saturday evening, the aim of which was Turkish diplomatic buildings in Syria, told the news agency, citing diplomatic sources.

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May 14 2013, Offshore

Berlusconi wants more

Silvio Berlusconi is proud of his actions during the economic crisis and wants to return to management. In a letter to the Italian right-wing party, sent the day after his resignation from the post of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said he was proud of his actions during the economic crisis and that he wanted "to get back on the path of control", told AFP. I am proud of what we have achieved during these three and a half years, marked by an unprecedented global crisis in history, he said in a letter to Francesco Storache, national secretary of the party "La Destra" ("right hand") - small groups that are not represented Today in Parliament held its congress in Turin.

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May 12 2013, Offshore

Greek opposition to "sabotage" the request of the EU

Greek opposition disagrees with the loan agreements between Greece and the EU does not intend to vote any new austerity measures and to give written consent to the policies specified by the creditors. At the same time opposition leader Antonis Samaras. I will not sign such statements are categorically said that he told the Greek Parliament and added that he will not vote for any new savings.

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May 11 2013, World

Finland's membership in a relaxed Schengen

Finland is partially mitigate their resistance to the accession of Bulgaria and Romania to Schengen. Holland, however, remains opposed. Recall, first against our inclusion in the Schengen area say the power in the Netherlands. They were followed by the government in Finland, as well as "reasonable" solution to the Dutch massive lobbying, to avoid the isolation of the country to the other members of the European bloc.

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May 07 2013, Blog

Show Europe how to make a breakthrough with Azerbaijani gas

Break with the supply of natural gas from Azerbaijan to Bulgaria to sign for Europe. He said Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov at a briefing with President Ilham Aliyev. The Bulgarian head of state is visiting Baku. According to Parvanov to make a breakthrough in diversifying energy supplies to Bulgaria through the supply of natural gas from Azerbaijan, because it is part of a broader idea of ​​diversification.

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May 06 2013, Blog

Chile and Brazil, to attack our rescue in Antarctica

Warships, planes and helicopters to Brazil and Chile participated in a joint operation to rescue the head of the Bulgarian base in Antarctica, Professor Yordan Yordanov. He had a heart attack on Friday, said the Foreign Ministry. Later it became known that the status of the head of the Bulgarian Antarctic station on Livingston Island Yordan Yordanov engineer stabilized. "24 Hours" contacted Yordanov, who is in hospital "Magellan" in Punta Arenas, two days after he was admitted to the Chilean military base. Two more days I'll be here until it is determined that the damage from a heart attack, said Antarctica.

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May 04 2013, Articles

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