I recently took a short break from the daily grind in order to conduct some in-depth research on how other countries deal with commercial vehicles. 690 more words
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Hundreds of Bulgarian students tried to blockade lawmakers inside parliament on Tuesday, escalating their street demonstrations against the Socialist-led government.
However, they were unable to break a heavy police cordon around the building despite throwing objects at the officers. 38 more words
This week was memorable because I climbed six times in seven days…the most I have ever done in one week. My goal was to condition my body for the New Zealand trip and see how I would cope with climbing on consecutive days. 1,646 more words
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright told NPR Thursday that the U.S.’s actions during the Kosovo crisis, including bombing the area without sanction from the United Nations, was illegal according to international law but still the right thing to do. 171 more words
SOFIA, Bulgaria — Bulgarian prosecutors pressed preliminary charges Thursday against a Roma woman who may be the mother of a girl found living with an unrelated couple in Greece. 579 more words