International Organization for Migration (IOM) monitors in the eastern Mediterranean said this week that cold weather contributed to a sharp drop in arrivals in Greece from Turkey, although the number […]
Bulgaria’s National Assembly voted by a large majority on February 19 2016 to accept a proposal to set up a special temporary committee to exami ...
Bulgaria’s National Assembly unanimously adopted a declaration on February 19 2016 condemning the Greek blockade of the two countries’ border and ...
A building that formerly housed a public baths in what used to be Plovdiv’s Jewish quarter, Orta Mezar, was destroyed in a huge fire on the nigh ...
Poli Genova will be Bulgaria’s contestant at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, representing her country for a second time after competing in Düsseldorf, Germany, in 2011 with her song “Na […]
From this year, Eurovision votes cast by professional juries in each country and viewers will be announced separately. Organisers hope the change will help keep viewers guessing about who has […]
The first vote of no confidence against Prime Minister Boiko Borissov’s current government, over health care policy, passed away peacefully on February 19. Dr Petar Moskov, the Health Minister, was […]
The double border blockade crisis at the Bulgarian-Greek frontier deepened on February 19 as all checkpoints between the two countries were closed to vehicles. Bulgarian lorry drivers who in recent […]
Poland’s Institute of National Remembrance found out that some of the documents collected at the house of a former communist notable confirm that Solidarity founder and anti-communist movement legend Lech […]
British Prime Minister David Cameron is appealing to fellow European Union leaders for a “live and let live” relationship that he says will keep Britain in the EU. Cameron and […]