On the deadline day for Constitutional Court nominations, Bulgaria’s centre-right party Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) officially submitted the name of prosecutor Galya Gougousheva for the one vacant seat – […]
Bulgarian prosecutors pressed charges on November 30 against Violeta Nikolova, the former head of the Registry Agency fired in February, accusing her ...
Youth unemployment in Bulgaria exceeded the 30 per cent mark in October 2012, from 25.1 per cent a year earlier, according to Eurostat figures that al ...
A short circuit in a billboard on the façade of the building was the suspected cause of the November 29 fire at the Mall of Sofia, the Bulgarian capi ...
The United Nations General Assembly has voted overwhelmingly to recognize a Palestinian state with non-member observer status. There was jubiliation on the floor of the assembly after the resolution was […]
A court in Moscow has ruled that Internet websites must remove video footage of a Pussy Riot band performance in which they protest against President Vladimir Putin. The court ruled […]
With the first days of December expected to bring Bulgaria its first snowfalls of the season and the ski season scheduled to open on December 15, tourism authorities are expressing […]
The annual Charity Bazaar organised by the International Women’s Club of Sofia is being held at the Inter Expo Centre on December 2 2012 from 11am to 5pm. The Annual […]
Gas from German utilities company RWE will transit to Ukraine through Hungary from January 1 2013, Ukraine energy minister Yuriy Boyko announced on television last Friday. The gas deliveries of […]
A hundred million dollars down the drain. Cloud Atlas sets forth with epic ambition, and the result is proportionally beyond epically worse. With outlines that resemble Darren Aronofsky’s either-love-it-or-hate-it 2006 […]