· December, 2006

Stories about Bulgaria from December, 2006

Bulgaria, Libya: Tripoli Six Death Sentence

  26 December 2006

Declan Butler writes about the Tripoli Six death sentence: “That is despite the fact that this was not a fair and impartial trial, and that the court refused to hear the considerable body of international scientific evidence that could exonerate the medics, and show that this is a typical hospital-borne...

Romania, Bulgaria: Joining the EU

  22 December 2006

Neretva River writes about the EU's “unwelcome newest members”: “Romania and Bulgaria will join the EU on January 1st with less fanfare than any other previous EU enlargement.”

Bulgaria, Libya: Medics Sentenced to Death

  19 December 2006

Declan Butler reports on the death verdict in the Tripoli Six case: “By now, I am sure you all will have heard the grim news from Libya. I’ve written a short factual account here: Medics sentenced to death in Libya. I’ll blog more later, after taking stock. The six health...

Libya, Bulgaria, U.S.: Tripoli Six Verdict Due Next Tuesday

  18 December 2006

Declan Butler reports that the U.S. Department of State refuses to give a straight answer on its position regarding “the death penalty trial in Libya of 5 Bulgarian nurses, and a Palestinian doctor, accused of injecting over 400 children with HIV, even though the verdict is expected next Tuesday.” Also,...

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