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Bulgarian environment minister detained over water crisis: prosecutor's office

Reuters Thursday, 9 January 2020 ()
Bulgaria’s Minister of Environment and Water Neno Dimov was detained on Thursday after prosecutors questioned him in relation to a probe over chronic water shortages in the western town of Pernik.
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