Bulgaria’s top men’s tennis player Grigor Dimitrov qualified on June 14 for the Queen’s Club Championships, one of the main grass events in the run-up to Wimbledon, by defeating Frenchman […]
The Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church said on June 14 that it was opposed to the annual Pride Parade in Sofia, scheduled for June 30. In a s ...
A week, to the day, after Parliament passed controversial amendments to the Judiciary Act that have been harshly criticised both domestically and from ...
Polish authorities apologized Wednesday for hooligan violence that broke out in Warsaw ahead of a tense Poland-Russia Euro 2012 match and called for t ...
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov defended the amendments to the Forestry Act, passed by Parliament on June 13, saying that the legislative changes were meant to develop winter tourism in […]
Burma’s opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has arrived in Switzerland at the start of a historic European tour, which will see her accept the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to […]
Czech MPs stripped a leading politician of his parliamentary immunity on Tuesday in one of the country’s most high-profile corruption cases. David Rath, a former health minister, former governor of […]
Much of President Barack Obama’s attention at next week’s Group of 20 economic summit in Mexico’s Pacific resort of Los Cabos may be focused on trying to help Europe solve its money […]
United States ambassador to Bulgaria James Warlick hosted a reception on June 13 2012 in honour of the launch of The Sofia Globe, Bulgaria’s newest English-language news, analysis and features […]
Ever since flashmobs came into fashion, Sofia has not lagged behind in staging them. On June 13, more than 1000 people gathered at the key Orlov Most intersection in the […]