Bulgarian head of state President Rossen Plevneliev conferred the country’s highest honour, the Stara Planina first degree, on Neofit, Patriarch of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church and Sofia Metropolitan, at a […]
Justin Kurzel’s adaptation of one of William Shakespeare’s most famous plays is as unconventional as it is powerful, using the vast, fog-covered h ...
The European Commission’s autumn forecast for the EU economy, released on November 5, raised the economic growth estimate in the 28-country bloc, sa ...
The Bulgarian Judges Association, one of the organisations representing the country’s judiciary, said in an open letter on November 5 that it ...
A peculiar political saga that has seen the law changed to effectively force the current head of Bulgaria’s Military Intelligence from his post, which in turn was vetoed by the […]
Romanian president Klaus Iohannis named Sorin Cimpeanu, the education minister in the outgoing government of Victor Ponta, as interim prime minister on November 5, ahead of talks with political parties. […]
Military personnel who join in protests will be punished, Bulgaria’s Defence Minister Nikolai Nenchev said on November 5, as police continued protests in Sofia and across the country against changes […]
Barring a handful of third-round elections, Bulgaria’s October-November 2015 mayoral elections are over, but from a racist revolt against one newly-elected mayor to news of others who will combine sitting […]
By the end of 2015, the government in Macedonia will borrow 500 million euro. The debt is to be secured by emitting a euro bond on international markets. The bond […]
Bulgarian police plan to hold a national protest in Sofia on November 8, a continuation of the series of protests that have caused major disruption in the capital and other […]