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Ellie Dimova, CEO, on what makes the company a reliable partner to all who seek how to train their employees to become engaged leaders
Arguably Bulgaria's ugliest town, this place does have its charms, especially if you are interested in Communist-era industrial history.
Musa Niasi, 27, from Gambia, arrived in Bulgaria in 2013 after he was forced to flee his country because of his anti-government stance. He graduated in accountancy and has a knowledge of computer hardware. In Bulgaria, he is having an internship in front-end web development with the Magic Solutions company. He is applying for asylum.
Following is a verbatim translation of a press release sent out by the National Museum of History to express the views of its manager, Bozhidar Dimitrov, on the arrest, in Rome, of a Bulgarian footballer, Blagoy Georgiev aka Blago the Jesus, caught while trying to inscribe his name on a marble column in the Colosseum. The Jesus, who is to be prosecuted in Italy for vandalism, told Italian newspaper Il Messagero that he had noted names of other people scribbled inside the Colosseum, which led him to surmise that doing that was perfectly in order.