Iranian Chargé d'affaires ad interim in Sofia Hassan Dotaqi and Bulgarian Minister of Culture Boil Banov in a meeting stressed on promoting cultural ties and cooperation.
Iran, Bulgaria call for more cultural ties
Russian and US aircraft have been engaged in a dangerous encounter over the Baltic Sea. The Russian Defense Ministry said its fighter jets have intercepted two US spy planes in separate incidents on a single day.
Russia intercepts 2 US spy jets in one day over Baltic Sea
The leaders of Brazil and Russia are planning to strengthen ties, including in the area of weapons and foodstuff trade
President Temer: Brazil forging 'warm ties' with Russia
Germans' purchasing power increased in the first quarter at its weakest rate in more than three years as inflation accelerated in Europe's largest economy, data from the Federal Statistics Office showed on Friday.
Germans' purchasing power grows at slowest pace
German Chancellor Angela Merkel shares concerns with other European officials that the newly-proposed anti-Russia sanctions could harm the European economy, her spokesman says.
Merkel concerned about US bans on Russia, too
Serbia has formed an international legal team to file a lawsuit against NATO over its alleged use of depleted uranium munitions during its three-month bombing of Yugoslavia 18 years ago.
Serbia to sue NATO for use of depleted uranium munitions in 1999 bombing
Polling stations have opened in France in the second round of parliamentary elections, as President Emmanuel Macron’s newly-established party is on its way to taking over the French Lower House.
Runoff parliamentary elections start in France, Macron’s party projected to win
Thousands of people, many of them Muslims, have staged a rally in the western German city of Cologne to voice their opposition to terrorism and extremism in the name of Islam.
Thousands rally in Germany against terrorism
French President Emmanuel Macron says despite Britain’s decision to leave the European Union (EU), the UK can still change its mind and remain a member of the bloc.
UK still has time to reverse Brexit decision: France
Roaring euro zone business growth tailed off unexpectedly toward the end of the first half of 2017 following a sudden slowing in the pace of expansion by services firms, a survey showed on Friday.
PMI: Euro zone businesses end second quarter with slower growth

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