Europe’s top rights court has ruled that Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko was unlawfully held in detention before being sentenced to jail in 2011. It’s a decision that may weigh […]
Prosecutors allege that Bulgaria’s former interior minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov, currently the campaign chief for Boiko Borissov’s GERB party, commi ...
Bulgaria’s caretaker Government has drafted a bill amending the regulations on deposits held by state-owned companies, meant to prevent the concentr ...
Bulgarian Photovoltaic Association, the solar power industry lobby group, asked in an open letter to caretaker Prime Minister Marin Raykov on April 30 ...
The first 11 of Bulgarian state railways, BDZ, new sleeping cars went into service on April 30, ahead of the six-day weekend declared to link Labour Day on May 1 […]
For many months, long before the nationwide protests that prompted the resignation of the Borissov GERB government, Bulgarian Socialist Party leader Sergei Stanishev has been saying that GERB would cheat […]
The 27-member European Union ended March 2013 with 10.9 per cent unemployment, seasonally adjusted, unchanged from February, according to EU statistics office Eurostat. Unemployment – also seasonally-adjusted – in the […]
German company Behr-Hella Thermocontrol GmbH will become the first tenant of the Bozhurishte industrial area on the outskirts of Sofia, investing 42.5 million leva to set up a research and […]
Thirteen days before Bulgaria’s parliamentary elections, caretaker Prime Minister Marin Raykov – flanked by the Interior Minister and Prosecutor-General – has issued a firm call to political parties to offer […]
Prime Minister Donald Tusk dismissed Justice Minister Jaroslaw Gowin after his statements on the alleged selling of human embryos from in vitro fertilization procedures to Germany. Earlier this month, Gowin […]