Bulgaria’s top men’s tennis player Grigor Dimitrov qualified on June 15 for the Queen’s Club Championships, one of the main grass events in the run-up to Wimbledon, by defeating ninth-seed […]
French retail chain Carrefour said on June 15 that it was selling its stake in a joint venture with Greek group Marinopoulos, taking a 220 million eur ...
French banking group Credit Agricole has taken over the Bulgarian arm of its Greek subsidiary Emporiki Bank, along with banking assets in Albania and ...
The Sozopol souvenir shops urgently are placing orders for Dracula souvenirs, as it turns out that the Sozopol “vampire” and the notorious Romania ...
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov and MPs from ruling party GERB met on June 15 with representatives of conservation groups to discuss the latest amendments to the Forestry Act, which […]
The meeting of Bulgaria’s volleyball federation on June 14 in Pravets was expected to help solve the crisis surrounding the national team; instead, it felt as just another stage in […]
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev vetoed the Judiciary Act, asking Parliament to remove the provision referring to “career advancement bonuses” for outgoing members of the Supreme Judiciary Council (SJC), but not […]
Fast-track courts in Warsaw have handed out 23 sentences so far to hooligans following clashes that broke out ahead of a tense Poland-Russia Euro 2012 match this week. Police detained […]
European Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmström handed the roadmap for visa liberalisation over to the Kosovo government on June 14 2012, the Commission said. The document sets out a […]
Greeks vote for a government for the second time in six weeks on Sunday. The last election, in May, gave no conclusive outcome. And tempers are rising as politicians from […]