Key European leaders are calling for much tighter central control of spending by the 17 countries that use the euro in the latest effort to resolve the continent’s unrelenting debt […]
The world may indeed be flat. Several thousand Russians recently traveled to the western edge of their country – and fell off. They fell into a larg ...
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is ratcheting up the pressure on Syria over the shooting down of a Turkish military plane on Friday. Addre ...
The legal affairs committee of Bulgarian Parliament voted on June 26 to accept the veto imposed by President Rossen Plevneliev on amendments to the Ju ...
An opinion survey in June 2012 said that Bulgarians – who are about a year away from national parliamentary elections – were losing interest in new political parties. The results […]
NATO member states have condemned Syria for shooting down a Turkish military jet last Friday. Speaking Tuesday, NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen called the action “unacceptable.” Rasmussen spoke at a […]
Emil Dimitrov, an MP for Bulgaria’s ruling party GERB, is being investigated by the Cabinet’s commission tasked with preventing conflict of interest, the commission’s chairperson Filip Zlatanov said, confirming earlier […]
As of June 26 2012, the maximum speed limit on Bulgaria’s motorways is increased to 140km/h. The change follows amendments to the Road Traffic Act, which allows the new speed […]
Because of repairs to the Devnya overpass on Hemus motorway, traffic is being diverted between the Suvorovo and Neofit Rilski junctions, with the left lane of the highway closed, Bulgaria’s […]
European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy Štefan Füle will on June 27 2012 launch the High Level Dialogue on the Accession Process with political representatives of Bosnia and […]