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BULGARIA-ELECTIONS/
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July 02, 2009
A Bulgarian woman waits at a bus station, decorated with a pre-election poster of Plamen Galev, in the...
Dupnitsa, Bulgaria
Bulgarian woman waits at bus station, decorated with pre-election poster of Plamen Galev, in town of...
A Bulgarian woman waits at a bus station, decorated with a pre-election poster of Plamen Galev, in the town of Dupnitsa, some 60 km (37 miles) south of the capital Sofia, July 2, 2009. Last month, a Bulgarian court gave temporary immunity to Plamen Galev and Angel Hristov, so-called "Galevi brothers", arrested in January on charges of racketeering and running an organised crime group, after they registered as independent candidates in the ballot. They have come to symbolise a climate of impunity in the Balkan country since the collapse of communism 20 years ago. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA ELECTIONS POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BULGARIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR258XS
July 02, 2009
A Bulgarian woman walks past a pre-election poster of Plamen Galev in the town of Dupnitsa, some 60 km...
Dupnitsa, Bulgaria
Bulgarian woman walks past pre-election poster of Plamen Galev in town of Dupnitsa
A Bulgarian woman walks past a pre-election poster of Plamen Galev in the town of Dupnitsa, some 60 km (37 miles) south of the capital Sofia, July 2, 2009. Last month, a Bulgarian court gave temporary immunity to Plamen Galev and Angel Hristov, so-called "Galevi brothers", arrested in January on charges of racketeering and running an organised crime group, after they registered as independent candidates in the ballot. They have come to symbolise a climate of impunity in the Balkan country since the collapse of communism 20 years ago. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA ELECTIONS POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BULGARIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR258XN
July 02, 2009
A Bulgarian man walks in front of a pre-election poster of Plamen Galev in the town of Dupnitsa, some...
Dupnitsa, Bulgaria
Bulgarian man walks in front of pre-election poster of Plamen Galev in town of Dupnitsa
A Bulgarian man walks in front of a pre-election poster of Plamen Galev in the town of Dupnitsa, some 60 km (37 miles) south of the capital Sofia, July 2, 2009. Last month, a Bulgarian court gave temporary immunity to Plamen Galev and Angel Hristov, so-called "Galevi brothers", arrested in January on charges of racketeering and running an organised crime group, after they registered as independent candidates in the ballot. They have come to symbolise a climate of impunity in the Balkan country since the collapse of communism 20 years ago. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (BULGARIA ELECTIONS POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BULGARIA CRASH
RTRLBAT
January 26, 1999
Bulgarian rescue workers prepare to pull up the wreckage of a crashed coach out of a road near town of...
Dupnitsa, Bulgaria
BULGARIAN RESCUE WORKERS INSPECT CRASHED BUS NEAR DUPNITSA.
Bulgarian rescue workers prepare to pull up the wreckage of a crashed coach out of a road near town of Dupnitsa, some 60 km south-weast of Sofia, January 26. Four people were killed and about 12 were injured in the accident.

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BULGARIA CRASH
RTRLAZ1
January 26, 1999
Bulgarian rescue workers inspect the wreckage of a coach after it crashed into a minivan on a road near...
Dupnitsa, Bulgaria
BULGARIAN RESCUE WORKERS INSPECT CRASHED BUS NEAR DUPNITSA.
Bulgarian rescue workers inspect the wreckage of a coach after it crashed into a minivan on a road near the town of Dupnitsa, some 60 km south-west of Sofia, late January 25. Four people were killed and about 12 were injured in the accident.

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