Sofia Appellate Court overturned on June 20 the four-year sentence handed in 2011 to Maria Mourgina, the former head of the National Revenue Agency. Mourgina was convicted on charges of […]
Conservative Antonis Samaras has been sworn in as Greece’s new prime minister, leading a newly formed coalition government that intends to reneg ...
Family, friends and colleagues attended the funeral on June 20 2012 of Valentina Krushkina, a journalist for public broadcaster Bulgarian National Tel ...
Sofia City Court ruled on June 20 to allow the extradition of Evelin Banev, alias Brendo, on trial in Bulgaria for alleged money laundering and invest ...
Bulgaria’s Cabinet has instructed the Finance Ministry to pay five million leva (about 2.5 million euro) to the Economy, Energy and Tourism Ministry for an international marketing and advertising campaign […]
Bulgaria’s Cabinet approved, at a meeting on June 20 2012, proposed changes to the Citizenship Act that will facilitate the granting of citizenship to significant foreign investors. Yet to be […]
Dear Mr Chief Editor, As you are well aware, on the 18th of June, Mr. Victor Ponta, the Prime Minister of Romania was accused that an important part of hid […]
Two protest rallies, for and against the recently-vetoed amendments to the Forestry Act, have been scheduled in Sofia on June 20. At noon, supporters of the amendments are scheduled to […]
The Council for Electronic Media, the statutory body that oversees Bulgaria’s broadcast media, has asked for a meeting with the Prosecutor-General to discuss legal issues around late-night pornographic shows on […]
Egyptian security sources say ousted President Hosni Mubarak is unconscious and on a respirator after he was rushed from prison to a military hospital following a stroke. Earlier reports by […]