Sofia. For a sixth evening in a row thousands of people took to the streets across Bulgaria. In the capital Sofia there were two protests – one of the political party National Front for Salvation of Bulgaria and the nationwide one, which was organized in the social networking websites. Both protests were against Plamen Oresharski’s government and called for fresh parliamentary elections. The police did not release information about the number of protestors in Sofia. According to the protestors, they were over 10,000. Unlike previo
Sofia. The Consultative Council for National Security is to hold a meeting to discuss the current political situation in the country and the measures the political parties represented in the parliament will take to meet public expectations, announced the press center of the President’s Office.
Mogadishu. UN chief Ban Ki-moon expressed outrage at a "despicable" Islamist attack on a UN compound in Somalia which left 16 dead but vowed that the organisation would not end its work in the troubled country, AFP reports.