Veneta Harizanova is one of the most popular Bulgarian models. Some people call the natural beauty the "Bulgarian Monica Bellucci." Harizanova has also taken part in a number of famous advertisements and worked as a TV host, as well as lived in Italy and the United States among others. Currently, Veneta Harizanova has a role in the Bulgarian TV show "Mladost 5," however, thoughts of living abroad cross her mind again.
You can read below what she shared only with BG-Daily-News.eu:
Carl Djerassi, world-renowned scientist, who will remain in history with one of the most significant scientific discoveries, namely the first contraceptive pill, is on a visit to Bulgaria. The reason for it is not only the 70th anniversary of the rescue of Bulgarian Jews during the Holocaust, the approaching of his 90th anniversary and to visit his native country, but also to receive an honorary diploma from the American College in Sofia after 75 years.
Robert Phillips Jr. has earned his Ph.D. in International Relations in the University of South Carolina in 1991 and in the fall semester of the same year he has started working as an Associate Professor of Political Science in the American University in Bulgaria. He has been teaching a number of courses there for 22 years now. Among other things, he has authored books, participated in international conferences, developed award-winning projects, and observed election vote counting in Bulgaria. As a foreigner who has spent a considerable amount of time in this country and a person whose opinion is a privilege to get familiar with, Bobby Phillips made a brief overview of the political situation in Bulgaria.
The new Mall in Sofia under the name "Paradise Centre" yesterday opened its doors to visitors for the first time. The opening of the largest mall in the country was marked by a secular party with special invitations, to which responded many of the Bulgarian highlife. The chic party was attended by businessmen, investors, models, actors, including the "secular lion" Evgeni Minchev in the company of noble ladies. The party was opened by Luybo Kirov from the band "Te" with the popular song "Are there flowers".
Dr Michael Bar-Zohar is an Israeli historian, novelist and politician. His World War II-era nonfiction and fiction works have been published in English, French, Hebrew, and other languages. He is a Bulgarian, raised in Gorsko Slivovo (near Levski and Krushuna Water falls ), immigrated to Israel in 1948. He was also a member of the Knesset on behalf of the Alignment and Labor Party during the 1980s and early 1990s. In 1965 Bar-Zohar won the Sokolov Award for his achievements as a journalist. He published several books, including biographies of David Ben-Gurion and Shimon Peres, several books about the Israeli security organizations, and an account of the rescue of Bulgarian Jews from the Nazis in World War II.
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the saving of the Bulgarian Jews we have invited Dr Michael Bar-Zohar to tell us something more.