- published: 31 Jul 2014
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Europe continues to fortify its borders to the rest of the world, and Bulgaria is no exception. They’ve just spend 4.6 million euros building a new fence along their border with Turkey. Sofia hopes the new barrier will prevent refugees, most of them Syrians fleeing from civil war, from entering the country. More reports from European Journal: http://www.dw.de/europeanjournal
Hellooooooooo my loves 😆❤️ I was on vacation in BULGARIA (Carevo) ❤️ and OMG?! It was amazing and i want to share my experiences with you guys! Soooooo here is my 2nd travel vlog only for my lovely subscribers ❤️ Hope you will enjoy this video and see u in my next! LOVE U SO SO SO SO MUCH! ❤️ -xoxo Hi! Welcome to my channel! My name is Caroline and i love to travel and do vlogs! Also i do a videos from cheerleading competitions! Bc i am a cheerleader, lol :p AGE? 15 INSTAGRAM? https://www.instagram.com/kajaberan/ WHAT KIND SPORT I DO? Cheerleading WHERE I EDIT? iMovie There you can find my memories form travelling! Hope you will like it! Love ya! - Caroline
Earlier this year, it emerged that the British government had actually considered whether to launch a negative ad campaign designed to scare off jobseekers coming from Bulgaria and Romania. Now some smart Bulgarians have been turning the tables on the British. Starting in 2014, Bulgarians and Romanians will have the right to work anywhere in the EU. Some people in Britain are worried they'll see a huge wave of immigrants similar to that from Poland in 2004. News of a possible advertising campaign designed to discourage would-be immigrants has outraged many in Bulgaria, because since their country joined the EU, tens of thousands of Britons have been buying Bulgarian houses. So why are the Brits moving in? A group of Bulgarian artists explain...For more go to http://www.dw.de/program/europ...
Rumania y Burgaria se quieren unir pero Alemania se niega porque no cumplen los requisitos necesarios.
After Romania, Bulgaria is the next country to find itself embroiled in a scandal about children's homes. Hundreds of children with disabilities were allegedly tortured in state-run institutions, and police are investigating over 200 deaths.Hundreds of children with disabilities reportedly died from lack of care, malnutrition or accidents such as drowning or freezing. Many of these deaths were never reported to police or authorities. Bulgaria is home to over 26 social care homes for disabled children, and conditions in all of them have been found to be inhumane.
In which I present 10 facts that show how awesome the country of Bulgaria is. Boy that's an ugly thumbnail... SUBSCRIBE!!! - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=mrstephenfull Tumblr - http://sowecanbbqthis.tumblr.com Twitter - https://twitter.com/stbarbeque Instagram - http://instagram.com/bbqthis
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Bulgaria is situated closer to the Equator than the pole. It falls within the southern part of the temperate climate zone with subtropical influence. Its location on the transition line between two climate zones influences the climate, soils, vegetation and animal species. All of them are characterized by great diversity. The country's geographic position also determines the relatively wide angle of sunlight that falls on the country, making the country predominantly sunny. The official time in Bulgaria is Eastern European Time, which is two hours ahead of Greenwich Time. The Black and the Aegean Sea also influence the country's climate. The influence of the Mediterranean is extensive for the climate in the southern parts of the country, while the Black Sea influences the climate over an a...
The Stolipinovo district of Plovdiv, Bulgaria, is said to have one of the biggest concentrations of Roma people in the Balkans. For many of the community's women, the only way to earn a living is to go to Germany and work as a prostitute. European Journal visits Stolipinovo, where there are no sewers or running water and the unemployment rate is 90 percent. For more go to: www.dw.de/dw/episode/0,,15950061,00.html
Did you know Bulgaria hasn’t changed its name since 681 AD? Or that Bulgarians express approval by shaking their heads rather than nodding? Find out more in this new video about Bulgaria. Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the entire series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Bulgaria. The country is famous for its rose perfumes and delicious yoghurts. Where is Bulgaria? It’s on the northern edge of the Balkan Pensinsula. The Golden Sands resort on the Black Sea shore is a pop...
The annual Roma "bride market" took place in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria on Saturday. During the festivities, the Kalaidzhi - a semi-nomadic Roma tribe - negotiated prices for brides, a process which traditionally leads to marriage. While young men and women meet at this family gathering, fathers are introduced to potential grooms alongside their mothers who are dressed in traditional long velvet skirts. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: http://plus.google.com/111498286331086224967 Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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Keep up-to-date with the latest news, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/AFP-subscribe The Koleshevs are among Bulgaria's working poor, struggling to make ends meet in the EU's most impoverished country, with every unplanned expenditure potentially spelling disaster. Follow AFP English on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AFPnewsenglish Latest news on AFP English Twitter: https://twitter.com/AFP Share your top stories on Google+ http://bit.ly/AFP-Gplus
The Greek town of Sidirokastro and the Bulgarian town of Petritsh are hardly 40 kilometers apart. For the Greeks, what used to be the “poor neighbor” in the North has now become the "promised land." As the economy collapses, many Greeks are seeking their luck in their EU neighbor across the border. Report by Frank Höfling For more information and videos go to: http://www.dw.com/en/program/made-in-germany/s-3066-9798
Libya's National Transitional Council includes a number of former functionaries of the Muammar Gadhafi regime. One is Mustafa Abdel Jalil Gadhafi's former minister of justice, the man who signed the death sentences against five Bulgarian nurses.The five were used as the regime's scapegoats when 400 children became infected with HIV at a clinic in Benghazi. After a series of show trials, torture and sentencing, the nurses were eventually released in a deal with the West.
For Bulgaria and Romania, it's a serious setback: they will not be joining the Schengen area as scheduled in the spring after all. The EU continues to insist on border controls.Germany and France have pointed to serious shortcomings in the fight against corruption and organized crime in both Bulgaria and Romania. In Bulgaria, corruption is even hampering the development of the infrastructure: EU funds for a new bridge over the Danube have been blocked - allegedly due to the efforts of local ferry operators who fear their business will collapse once the new bridge is completed.
Militant Islamic groups are gaining ground in the Balkans. In Bulgaria, too, which joined the European Union in 2007, there is evidence of radicalization.About 13 percent of Bulgarians are Muslim - more than in any other EU country. These Muslims aren't immigrants either, but a legacy of the time when Bulgaria was part of the Ottoman Empire. In the last 10 years, about 150 new mosques and teaching centers have been built. Some of the funding is thought to have come from foreign Muslim organizations, including from Saudi Arabia. A minority of Bulgarian Muslims support the radical Wahabi sect. Bulgarian imams have repeatedly come to the attention of investigators, but many Muslims themselves feel that the growing mistrust is unjust.