The deepening problem of Sofia’s street dogs and the lack of any evident effort to tackle it efficiently, sparked a new round of attacks against Sofia mayor Yordanka Fandukova and […]
British property developer Henry Gwyn-Jones has sold his stake in the company that owns and operates the Radisson Blu hotel in Sofia, reports in Bulga ...
The archaeological season in the Bulgarian town of Vratsa has started for the summer, and was marked by the discovery of a child’s skeleton, pre ...
A petition, public protest and open division among the Bulgarian Orthodox Church have followed the church’s new rules legitimising the awarding of t ...
The choice of Mohammed Mursi – the first civilian president in the history of Egypt – is a sign of the desire of Egyptian society for change and of its […]
The first four months of 2012 have seen close to seven times more investments in Bulgaria than in the same months of 2011, Economy, Energy and Tourism Minister Delyan Dobrev […]
Bulgarian Food Safety Agency teams of inspectors have started “intensive” check-ups at the country’s Black Sea coast resorts, agency head Yordan Voinov said on June 25 2012. Special offices had […]
Bulgarian police are continuing the hunt for Georgi Enev, the armoured car driver who allegedly stole 1.5 million leva after sending his fellow security guard to buy banitsa for him. […]
The Sofia Globe, the newest Bulgaria-based English-language news, features and analysis website, is starting a daily e-mail bulletin. The daily newsletter, free of charge, will deliver the pick of The […]
A Tudo Brasil Festival is being held in Bulgaria’s capital city Sofia from June 27 to July 1 2012. The festival will present Brazilian culture and music, dances, art and […]