Increasing numbers of Bulgarians are seeking employment in South America, according to private employment agencies, quoted by Bulgarian-language daily Monitor. The financial crisis in Greece and Spain – two traditional […]
Weather in Bulgaria will remain mostly hot and sunny at the weekend, but short-lived thunderstorms should be expected on Sunday, June 24, the meteorol ...
The European Commission (EC) has issued on June 21 reasoned opinions asking Bulgaria to comply with European Union law in the area of nature protectio ...
Plans to move the central offices of the National Revenue Agency (NRA) from Sofia to Veliko Turnovo have now been postponed indefinitely, Prime Minist ...
About 4000 ski and snowboard enthusiasts, hikers and supporters of President Rossen Plevneliev’s veto of the controversial amendments to the Forestry Act marched through central Sofia on the evening of […]
European Parliament’s international trade committee voted on June 21 to recommend that the European Parliament rejects the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) when it is put up for a vote in […]
Bulgarian Minister of Culture Vezhdi Rashidov and Regional Development Minister Lilyana Pavlova were scheduled on June 21 2012 to sign a contract for the signing of the planned National Museum […]
From June 21 to 24, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolai Mladenov, his Swedish counterpart Carl Bildt and Polish foreign minister Radoslaw Sikorski are on a first-ever joint visit to Lebanon and […]
Former Romanian prime minister Adrian Nastase attempted to commit suicide on the evening of June 20 rather than be taken to jail to begin serving his two-year prison sentence. He […]
The summer 2012 holiday season will see Bulgarians spending about 88 leva (44 euro) a day during vacations lasting an average 10 days, according to a survey – and if […]