Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s aspiration to change Turkey’s parliamentary system of government to an executive presidency is being blamed for the collapse of talks to create a new constitution. Erdogan is […]
Ukraine’s government faced fresh challenges at home and abroad Wednesday, when a major political party withdrew from the governing coalition and ...
Turkish officials say at least 28 people have been killed and 61 others wounded in a car bomb explosion in the capital, Ankara. The blast occurred as ...
Bulgaria’s government decided on February 17 to cancel a tender, called last month and estimated to be worth 484 million leva over a period of 1 ...
MPs from several political parties have signed a petition by the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) calling for the establishment of a parliamentay ad hoc committee to investigate allegations […]
US ambassador-designate in Sofia, Eric Rubin, outlined his priorities in office in a video posted by the US embassy in Sofia on its YouTube channel on February 17. Speaking in […]
Foreign direct investment in Bulgaria in 2015 stood at 1.58 billion euro, the equivalent of 3.5 per cent of the gross domestic product, statistics from the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) […]
Several thousand mourners attended the memorial service on February 17 2016 for Trifon Ivanov, the Bulgarian football great who was part of the country’s ace team at the 1994 World […]
Kosovo celebrates on February 17 2016 its eighth anniversary of Independence, amid celebrations by the majority and protests by the opposition. The eighth anniversary of Independence is being marked with different […]
Police in Bulgaria’s capital city Sofia are investigating after Reformist Bloc MP Martin Dimitrov said that the brakes in his car had been cut. Dimitrov told reporters that the incident […]