Review: Orderly and Humane. The Expulsion of the Germans after the Second World War Some 65 years ago on the outskirts of Bavaria’s Kaufbeuren, a thousand settlers working from a disused […]
Inevitably after a major election and government reshuffle, Ukraine’s counterparts once again start asking themselves, which way Ukraine is going to ...
Ukraine is facing political uncertainty after the sudden resignation of Prime Minister Mykola Azarov and his Cabinet Monday. The president has asked t ...
Publication in three languages of notices of EU job competitions and the obligation to take the selection tests in one of those languages amount to di ...
The NATO secretary-general says the alliance will authorize Tuesday the deployment of a missile defense system to Turkey “within weeks” in response to the continuing violence in Syria and concern […]
After seven straight months of surplus, Bulgaria’s Finance Ministry reported a consolidated Budget deficit of 74.2 million leva at the end of October. The main reason for the downturn was […]
The number of criminal charges pressed for trafficking in human beings has increased by 30 per cent in Bulgaria, the country’s Justice Minister, Diana Kovacheva, said on December 4 2012. […]
Bulgarian traffic police said on December 4 2012 that they were carrying out checks whether car had winter snow tyres after the first snowfalls saw a number of accidents said […]
Bulgarian anti-organised crime police, working together with the State Agency for National Security, have arrested 10 people who in the past five years are alleged to have deprived the state […]
An earthquake reported to have measured 4.6 on the Richter scale shook the towns of Kavarna, Balchik and Shabla on Bulgaria’s northern Black Sea coast on December 3 2012 at […]