Hundreds of people in Bulgaria spent their night without electricity following the heavy snowfall, authorities confirmed on Tuesday.
The weight of thick ice and snow damaged electric poles, throwing seventy seven settlements, mostly in Southern Bulgaria, into darkness.
Life is gradually getting back to normal as the snowfall stopped. The state of emergency, which was declared in the Banite, the district of Smolyan, has been called off.
The treacherous road conditions caused dozens of accidents over the last few days, Sofia News Agency reports.
In his presentation, Heine cited some scientific research that classifies pedophilia as "an immutable sexual orientation".
A school student is believed to be the person who set fire to the wooden church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (built in the 18th century)