EU member Slovenia plans to build “obstacles” on its border with Croatia in advance of an expected new spike in migrants bound for northern Europe this week. But Prime Minister […]
The Cedar Foundation is organising another pub quiz to be held on Thursday, November 19 at JJ Murphy’s pub in Sofia (6 Karnigradska Street), startin ...
Ataka party leader Volen Siderov and MP Dessislav Chukolov have been formally charged with hooliganism and assault in connection with an October 9 inc ...
A five-hour meeting of Bulgaria’s Consultative Council on National Security on November 10 resulted in requests to the Cabinet for various steps ...
Romanian president Klaus Iohannis formally nominated former European commissioner Dacian Ciolos to form the next cabinet, saying that the country needed a government untainted by perceptions of corruption. Iohannis made […]
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said that Bulgaria has made progress in fixing the regulatory framework in the banking system to address deficiencies highlighted in the annual review of the […]
Arrivals of migrants and refugees in Europe by sea in 2015 approached 800 000 in the first week of November, a figure that amounts to nearly four times the total […]
A visit by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I to Bulgaria ended with eyebrows raised as a meeting with Prime Minister Boiko Borissov was cancelled – as was a joint news conference […]
Maxim Eristavi is an openly gay Ukrainian journalist who worked for Russian state media, and has been covering Ukraine for news outlets since day one of the Euromaidan uprising in […]
The Monday meeting of interior ministers of EU member countries has not yielded any headway forward from the viewpoint of the migration crisis and could have been carried out also […]