Bulgaria’s archaeological summer, just like the meteorological one, promises to be very hot. In Sarafovo, near Bourgas on the Black Sea coast, the continuing archaeological excavations uncovered the ruins of […]
The European Central Bank (ECB) published its Convergence Report (2012), in which it evaluates the progress of the members states that have committed ...
The European Union says it is set to ease the strict austerity conditions of Greece’s financial bailout, possibly agreeing to changes in the res ...
Norway has abolished restrictions on access by Bulgarians and Romanians to the country’s labour market. Bulgaria and Romania joined the European Uni ...
Romanian prime minister Victor Ponta has become the latest high-ranking European politician to become embroiled in a plagiarism row after British magazine Nature has accused him of “copying large sections […]
The number of asylum-seekers applying for refugee status in Bulgaria remains low in spite of the crisis in the Middle East and North Africa, going by figures released on June […]
Greek party leaders are holding a second day of talks aimed at forming a coalition government. The country’s president has given the head of the conservative New Democracy party, Antonis […]
US company ExxonMobil finished its shale gas exploration activities in Poland as no continuous, commercial level of hydrocarbons flow was registered, ExxonMobil said in a statement. ExxonMobil closed the last […]
The recent discovery of the Flame malware is the latest in a series of revelations about malicious software that suggest cyber war is already a reality. In fact, Flame might […]
Bulgaria’s armed forces are to dismiss 2400 military personnel, out of a total 2700 job cuts, from July 1 2012, the Defence Ministry said in response to an inquiry by […]