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Westmoreland Symphony's 'The Four Seasons' includes performance on rare violin

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 10 Mar 2021
“There’s a luxurious sound to her playing, a beautiful energy to it that also energizes us as we support her.”. A native of Bulgaria, Hristova now resides in Philadelphia with her husband, the American classical composer David Serkin Ludwig, who was commissioned ...
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Why Europe needs to up its game in fighting corruption

The Independent 28 Feb 2021
How a luxury villa sparked fury and threatens to collapse Bulgaria’s government ... Even fellow Nato members like Montenegro and Albania as well full-fledged European Union members such as Bulgaria, Hungary, and Romania are rife with corruption.
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Wealthy London execs who love luxury breaks with private yachts try a hostel in Tenerife ...

The Daily Mail 13 Feb 2021
While they're now use to the laps of luxury, Julia and Katya’s lifestyles couldn’t be further from the childhood they both experienced in the Soviet Union, Julia in Bulgaria, Katya in Russia - however their current income puts them in the top ten per cent of earners and they’ve holidayed all over the world.
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Food for thought aboard the Orient Express

Straits Times 09 Feb 2021
... staycation centres on a whistle-stop tour of the world's first luxury train ... The steam-powered enterprise - which left Paris on its maiden journey on June 5, 1883, for Varna, Bulgaria - was the world's first luxury train, dubbed "the train of kings and the king of trains".
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Suite Life: Journey to the 1900s on an Orient Express staycation at Fairmont

Straits Times 08 Feb 2021
The steam-powered enterprise - which left Paris on its maiden journey on June 5, 1883, for Varna, Bulgaria - was the world's first luxury train, dubbed "the train of kings and the king of trains" ... The Orient Express�was the world's first luxury train, and dubbed "the train of kings and the king of trains".
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Jose Mourinho brands Tottenham fixture list 'total joke'

RTE 18 Sep 2020
They were in Bulgaria on Thursday night as they beat Lokomotiv Plovdiv and are back in action at 12pm on Sunday with a trip to Southampton before embarking on two consecutive weeks of Tuesday-Thursday-Sunday games ... Tottenham celebrate the winner in Bulgaria.
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No laughing matter for Jose Mourinho as he calls Tottenham’s schedule ‘a joke’

Belfast Telegraph 18 Sep 2020
They were in Bulgaria on Thursday night as they beat Lokomotiv Plovdiv and are back in action at 12pm on Sunday with a trip to Southampton before embarking on two consecutive weeks of Tuesday-Thursday-Sunday games ... Mourinho does not have the luxury of being able to play a weakened side so will manage his players the best way he can.
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Bulgaria's anti-corruption chief resigns over apartment scandal

Reuters 31 Jul 2019
The head of Bulgaria's anti-corruption commission has resigned following a scandal over purchases of luxury properties at favorable prices that has already forced some senior ruling party's politicians to quit ... .
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Varna, Bulgaria: How to get there, where to stay and what to do

Manchester Evening News 19 Jul 2019
The hot summers and affordable luxury in Bulgaria are not to be missed, take a trip to the port city of Varna and see why it’s becoming a top destination for 2019 ... .
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Nothing Fishy In The Fish Can: Critics Slam Bulgarian Corruption Probe

Radio Free Europe 25 Jun 2019
SOFIA -- Bulgaria's Anti-Corruption Commission says it has found no conflict of interest in a property scandal that led four senior government officials to resign after they were found to have bought luxury apartments at discount prices ... a 34-story luxury apartment tower in Sofia.
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The world in brief

Arkansas Online 09 Jun 2019
Seven Sri Lankans who had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group blew themselves up at three churches and three luxury hotels on April 21 ... Police in Bulgaria's second-biggest city, Plovdiv, conducted a search after the high school student's relatives reported finding handmade bomb components, said deputy prosecutor-general Ivan Geshev.
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