Two days after Bulgaria’s socialist party-appointed government came to power, the National Assembly approved the first reading of legislation moving the Chief Directorate for Combating Organised Crime into the State […]
A year after archaeological digs in the Black Sea town of Sozopol yielded a well-preserved male skeleton buried with a ploughshare in its chest – wh ...
Annual inflation in the 17-member euro zone is expected to be 1.4 per cent in May 2013, up from 1.2 per cent in April, according to a flash estimate o ...
April 2013 saw 5.62 million young people – meaning under-25s – unemployed in the European Union, about 68 000 of them in Bulgaria, according to f ...
Across Bulgaria, sirens will sound at noon on June 2 2013 in an annual custom honouring the memory of revolutionary, poet and rebel Hristo Botev, who died in 1876 in […]
In one of the first most significant differences between Bulgaria’s socialist-led government and the country’s head of state, President Rossen Plevneliev has held firm against appointing ambassadors who worked for […]
Bulgaria’s new Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin, a member of the Bulgarian Socialist Party cabinet that came to power in Sofia on May 29, has spoken of the approach that his […]
The Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has promised Czech companies will secure orders worth billions of euros if the Czech-Russian consortium bidding for the tender to build two new reactors […]
A United Nations war crimes court has acquitted two key allies of former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic. The men were accused of involvement in murder and other crimes committed by […]
Gazing on Bulgaria’s newly-elected 42nd National Assembly and the personalities that dominated that day of high drama that was the endorsement – by some, at least – of the Oresharski […]