Napatech Launches Private Placement to Raise NOK 200 Million

Napatech Launches Private Placement to Raise NOK 200 Million

After the closing time of Oslo Børs on Tuesday, Napatech has launched a private placement in which the technology company will issue up to 9 million new shares. ABG Sundal Collier and SpareBank 1 Markets are acting as facilitators in the issue, which targets selected Norwegian and international investors. Napatech’s share ended Tuesday at NOK … Read more

Breakthrough in cold case from 1999: man arrested for murder of seventeen-year-old woman in Antwerp

Breakthrough in cold case from 1999: man arrested for murder of seventeen-year-old woman in Antwerp

Justice In a murder investigation from 1999, the council chamber in Antwerp confirmed the arrest of a 51-year-old man on Monday. He is suspected of the murder of a seventeen-year-old Romanian in Antwerp. On the night of May 16, 1999, the body of a seventeen-year-old Romanian woman was found in Dries Street in Antwerp. She … Read more

New ‘Bosman case’ could remove legal grounds under football transfer system

New ‘Bosman case’ could remove legal grounds under football transfer system

29 years after the Bosman case, is our country once again giving rise to a legal landslide in professional football? There is an opportunity now that the first Advocate General of the European Court of Justice, the Pole Maciej Szpunar, has submitted his opinion in the Diarra case against the world football association Fifa. Lassana … Read more

Bulgarian Hotels Facing Staff Shortage as Tourist Season Approaches

Manager: Veselin Vasilev, email: [email protected] Editor:Katya Kassabova, e-mail: [email protected] The comments below the articles are submitted by the readers and the editors are not responsible for them! If you find a comment that you find offensive, please let us know! But this is not enough, because to have a good tourist result, there must be … Read more

Will there be a breakthrough in Annie De Poortere’s case thirty years after her disappearance? “Sometimes chance is decisive”

Will there be a breakthrough in Annie De Poortere’s case thirty years after her disappearance?  “Sometimes chance is decisive”

Disappearance Thirty years after her disappearance, Annie De Poortere’s remains may have been found behind a house in Sint-Martens-Latem. By coincidence, during renovation work. “Nature does its thing, but occasionally chance is decisive for us,” says Alain Remue of the Missing Persons Unit. The remains were found in Sint-Martens-Latem. There are indications that it concerns … Read more

West Virginia Reports First Measles Case Since 2009: Morgantown Patient Tests Positive

West Virginia Reports First Measles Case Since 2009: Morgantown Patient Tests Positive

West Virginia Reports First Case of Measles Since 2009 West Virginia Reports First Case of Measles Since 2009 Huntington, W.Va. – West Virginia has confirmed its first case of measles since 2009, raising concerns over potential outbreak. The West Virginia Department of Health (WVDOH) released a statement informing the public about the latest development. Case … Read more

Estonian Defense Forces General Warns of Russian Threat: “Absolutely” Preparing for War

Estonian Defense Forces General Warns of Russian Threat: “Absolutely” Preparing for War

The head of the Estonian Defense Forces, General Martin Herem, said at a meeting of the General Assembly of the Republic for military defense that Russia is “absolutely” preparing for war, but that Tallinn will be able to deal with aggression. A high-ranking officer threatened Moscow that if Estonia was attacked, his subordinates would attack … Read more

Two magistrates remain suspended after a case of exam fraud: “Citizens must be able to blindly trust the justice system”

Two magistrates remain suspended after a case of exam fraud: “Citizens must be able to blindly trust the justice system”

Justice The two magistrates who were suspended after a case of exam fraud remain suspended. The disciplinary court decided that. According to the disciplinary court, “citizens must be able to trust that files will be handled without any form of favoritism.” If the two magistrates were to return to work, “it would undermine the integrity … Read more

Corruption Scandal Unveiled: Smuggling Suspect Instructed Arrested Customs Head on Appointments

Corruption Scandal Unveiled: Smuggling Suspect Instructed Arrested Customs Head on Appointments

The SRS recorded how Stefan Dimitrov, who was arrested for smuggling, instructed the arrested head of customs, Petya Bankova, who to appoint. This became clear from the court minutes read by Toshko Yordanov during the first meeting of the temporary commission to investigate corruption practices in the Customs Agency. The document is from a meeting … Read more

Union gets itself into trouble due to “inappropriate contact” from CEO in suspension case

Union gets itself into trouble due to “inappropriate contact” from CEO in suspension case

Jupiler Pro League Has the CEO of Union, Philippe Bormans, overstepped his bounds? In the suspension procedure of his defender Christian Burgess, he called the CEO of the Football Association and the union prosecutor. The latter reported an “inappropriate contact” to the KBVB. Not only on the field has Union missed its start in the … Read more