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  • Signed court loss for Volkswagen over the Dieselgate scandal. Germany's highest civil court ruled that the company must pay compensation to a customer who bought a car with the software showing false data on harmful emissions.
    Volkswagen ordered to pay customer compensation over Dieselgate
    2020-05-27 05:30:04
    Signed court loss for Volkswagen over the Dieselgate scandal. Germany's highest civil court ruled that the company must pay compensation to a customer who bought a car with the software showing false data on harmful emissions.
  • 17 of the beaches on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, rented for concession or rental, open for the season with free umbrellas and sun loungers. This was announced by Sunny Beach the Minister of Naturism Nikolina Angelkova after a meeting with the owners of stripes. Without money will be the beach accessories of Kavatsi-South, Kavatsi-North, Elenite, Elenite, MMC Primorsko, Tsarevo-Center, Aheloy, Obzor-South, Burgas-North and other smaller ones.
    17 beaches with free umbrellas and sun lounger, 1 BGN will pay to Albena (Obzor)
    2020-05-27 04:30:18
    17 of the beaches on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, rented for concession or rental, open for the season with free umbrellas and sun loungers. This was announced by Sunny Beach the Minister of Naturism Nikolina Angelkova after a meeting with the owners of stripes. Without money will be the beach accessories of Kavatsi-South, Kavatsi-North, Elenite, Elenite, MMC Primorsko, Tsarevo-Center, Aheloy, Obzor-South, Burgas-North and other smaller ones.
  • The Russian government has decided to temporarily suspend fuel imports to ensure energy security and stabilise the situation in the domestic market, BGNES reported.
    Russia temporarily suspends fuel exports
    2020-05-27 04:30:04
    The Russian government has decided to temporarily suspend fuel imports to ensure energy security and stabilise the situation in the domestic market, BGNES reported.
  • Raw milk production has not been affected by the crisis posed by the coronavirus. This is what Eurostat data released on Monday shows. In March 2020, the first month of emergency security measures, milk produced in all Member States was 12.7 million tonnes - up 1.2% on an annual basis.
    The crisis did not affect milk production
    2020-05-27 03:30:16
    Raw milk production has not been affected by the crisis posed by the coronavirus. This is what Eurostat data released on Monday shows. In March 2020, the first month of emergency security measures, milk produced in all Member States was 12.7 million tonnes - up 1.2% on an annual basis.
  • 23 beaches in Bulgaria will not collect money for sunbeds and umbrellas, Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova told BBC. Among them are Kavatsi, Obzor, Primorsko - Central, Shkorpilovtsi - South, central beaches of Burgas and Primorsko, etc.
    23 beaches with free umbrellas and sun loungers, indoors open on 1 June
    2020-05-27 02:30:17
    23 beaches in Bulgaria will not collect money for sunbeds and umbrellas, Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova told BBC. Among them are Kavatsi, Obzor, Primorsko - Central, Shkorpilovtsi - South, central beaches of Burgas and Primorsko, etc.
  • German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said Berlin was still negotiating with the European Commission regarding financial rescue assistance for German airline Lufthansa (Deutsche Lufthansa), but noted that he expected to receive approval from the European authorities in Brussels.
    Germany: We expect EC to approve Lufthansa bailout programme
    2020-05-27 01:30:05
    German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said Berlin was still negotiating with the European Commission regarding financial rescue assistance for German airline Lufthansa (Deutsche Lufthansa), but noted that he expected to receive approval from the European authorities in Brussels.
  • The world's largest pharmaceutical companies three years ago rejected a European Union proposal to urgently develop and approve vaccines against pathogens such as coronavirus, which would allow them to be ready before a possible outbreak, Britain's Guardian reveals today.
    Pharmaceutical giants rejected three years ago the development of vaccines against pathogens such as coronavirus
    2020-05-27 00:30:05
    The world's largest pharmaceutical companies three years ago rejected a European Union proposal to urgently develop and approve vaccines against pathogens such as coronavirus, which would allow them to be ready before a possible outbreak, Britain's Guardian reveals today.
  • From June 1st the Municipality of Burgas reintroduced the “green zone”, which was postponed for a month due to the crisis with the coronavirus. Paid parking in the approaches to the beach and the Sea Garden was due to take effect from May 2.
    “Green Zone” in Burgas again from 1 June
    2020-05-26 23:30:17
    From June 1st the Municipality of Burgas reintroduced the “green zone”, which was postponed for a month due to the crisis with the coronavirus. Paid parking in the approaches to the beach and the Sea Garden was due to take effect from May 2.