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2.	Популярният режисьор Кирил Серебренников, който сега е под домашен арест, на 23 август т.г. беше поставен зад желязна решетка. В момента тече международна петиция за освобождаването му.

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Д-р Виолета Радева е журналистка, работила дълги години във в. "Демокрация". Публикувала е статии на литературни и исторически теми, както и политически анализи в редица списания и вестници. Сценаристка е на документалните филми на БНТ "Диарбекирски заточеници", "В примката на мълчанието. Змей Горянин" (първа награда на фестивала "Осма муза" през 2006 г.) и "Потомци на Фичето". Авторка на книгите "Рилският чудотворец", "От първо лице" и "Везната на бъдещето". Съставител и редактор на книгата "Спасителното упование" от Невена Крапчева.
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Пред Софийския университет, където заседава Първи състав на Народния съд. Отляво са камионетките, които чакат подсъдимите

  During the communist era Bulgaria was ruled exclusively by the means of terror and fear. The terror was initiated and established immediately after Red Army tanks invaded the country in early September 1944 and effectively the country became Soviet-occupied territory. The newly formed government, propelled under the disguise of the anti-fascist struggle, joined by the local communists and often acting together with regular criminals freshly released from prison, executed thousands of people on the spot. Many more were executed later under the auspices of the so-called People Court, which was the Bulgarian version of the Stalinist Trial Courts. The main instrument of this massive and pervasive terror from early on was its unpredictability and arbitrariness. The goal was to crash any form of resistance against the Communist State which

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Д-р Любомир Канов е психиатър. Политически затворник при режима на Живков, автор на няколко значими книги (първата от тях спечели навремето наградата на българските писатели), д-р Канов е търсен и ценен от стотиците си пациенти в Ню Йорк. Не спира да се завръща в България - „странна и трудна за обичане страна“.
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stalin

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A week after the putative military coup failed to remove Erdogan from power, it has become clear that Erdogan himself has mounted a hugely successful coup to turn Turkey into an Islamic dictatorship with himself as the dictator with unlimited power. From what has already been revealed, we know that Erdogan’s carefully planned effort to seize all power predated the military conspiracy by weeks if not months and that he knew of the coming putsch well before it started. While much of the details are yet to be established, the audacity of Erdogan’s power grab is truly astounding. So far he has arrested or dismissed some 100,000 state officials, including nearly 3000 judges, one third of all Turkish generals, 21,000 teachers, 1500 college deans, 40000 police officers and countless others.

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Joy Page, an American actress best known for her role as the Bulgarian bride Annina Brandel in the film Casablanca (1942).

Why the movies avoid Communism   “We come from Bulgaria,” says Annina Brandel, a newlywed played by Joy Page. She is addressing Rick Blaine, played by Humphrey Bogart, in the 1942 film Casablanca.   “Things are very bad there, monsieur,” Annina explains. “The devil has the people by the throat. Jan and I do not want our children to grow up in such a country.” The trouble is, they have no money, and Annina contemplates sex with Captain Renault, played by Claude Rains, to gain a visa. Annina asks Rick if the captain is trustworthy and if her “bad thing” would be all right if she kept it locked in her heart.   “Go back to Bulgaria,” Rick says, but then he rigs the roulette table so Jan wins and