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Pipes are seen at the gas transmission point in Rembelszczyzna near Warsaw, Poland, on Wednesday. Janek Skarzynski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki speaks to media at the gas station of Gaz-System in Rembelszczyzna, near Warsaw, Poland, on Wednesday. Polish and Bulgarian leaders accused Moscow of using natural gas to blackmail their countries after Russia's state-controlled energy company stopped supplying the two European nations Wednesday. Czarek Sokolowski/AP hide caption

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Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks to U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres during their meeting in the Kremlin, in Moscow, on Tuesday. Vladimir Astapkovich/Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP hide caption

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Josif Feny is living in a one-bedroom apartment with friends Anet Pchelnikova and Natasha Nykolyn, and Madichanska's twin daughters Julija (left) and Oleksandra, 10. They all fled Kyiv for Bulgaria earlier this month. Meghan Collins Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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Orthodox Easter will be very different this year for thousands of Ukrainian refugees

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In a country of 7 million, more than 5 million people in Bulgaria had personal data such as social security information, addresses, incomes and names leaked online. Bill Hinton/Getty Images hide caption

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This undated image from video provided by TV Ruse shows journalist Viktoria Marinova in Bulgaria. On Tuesday, officials announced an arrest had been made in connection with her death on Saturday. AP hide caption

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A woman holds a candle next to a portrait of slain journalist Viktoria Marinova during a vigil at the Monument of Liberty in Ruse, Bulgaria, on Monday. Vadim Ghirda/AP hide caption

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A Bulgarian border policeman stands near a barbed wire wall on the border with Turkey in July 2014. Experts believe that about two-thirds of the heroin that enters Europe comes through Bulgaria, and that a third of that moves on to the United States. Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Bulgaria Steps Up Efforts Against Drug Trafficking Across Its Borders

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At Harmanli Camp in Bulgaria, hundred of asylum seekers — mostly from Syria and Afghanistan — live in reconfigured shipping containers and decommissioned military schools. The poor country is ill-equipped to deal with the influx of refugees from Syria. Jodi Hilton for NPR hide caption

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With Dogs And Batons, Bulgaria Tells Syrian Refugees To Turn Back

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Keith Vaz, a British member of Parliament and chairman of the home affairs select committee (left), greets arrivals at Luton Airport, including Victor Spirescu (right) on Wednesday. The first Romanians and Bulgarians with unrestricted access to the U.K. labor market have begun to arrive despite last-ditch efforts to prevent a feared wave of fresh immigration. Jennifer Cockerell/PA Photos/Landov hide caption

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A chocolate cake is shaped like Europe, with new EU members Romania and Bulgaria (far right), at a welcoming ceremony for their entry into the bloc on Dec. 14, 2006. Curbs on the movement of citizens of the two countries end on Jan. 1, raising fears in Western Europe of an influx of Bulgarian and Romanian workers. Thierry Charlier/AP hide caption

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A screen grab from the surveillance video showing the man who it's suspected set off a bomb aboard a bus full of Israeli tourists in Burgas, Bulgaria. BGNES.com hide caption

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