An exhibition of foreign state honours presented to the first three democratically-elected heads of state of Bulgaria has opened at the National Museum of Military History in Sofia. The exhibition […]
Bulgarian MPs passed at second reading on March 31 amendments to the country’s Judiciary Act, which reflect the changes in the constitution, adopted ...
Bulgarian Motor Vehicle Administration Agency head Tsvetelin Tsvetanov and eight other employees face charges of corruption following a four-month inv ...
Visiting Bulgaria, Europol director Rob Wainwright said that he was impressed by the country’s progress against cigarette smuggling and human tr ...
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) on March 31 2016 acquitted Vojislav Šešelj, president of the Serbian Radical Party and a former member of the Assembly of […]
Bulgaria and Romania tied in 2015 with the worst road death rates in the European Union in 2015, both well above the EU average, according to statistics released by the […]
Bulgaria’s utilities regulator decided on March 31 to cut the gas prices by 23 per cent on an annual basis starting April 1, a significantly higher decrease compared to its […]
A political controversy has erupted in Bulgaria after an MP said that half of the Foreign Ministry team appointed to handle Irina Bokova’s campaign to be the next United Nations […]
Once Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan boarded the presidential plane to travel to Washington, the US ordered the families of American officers and diplomats serving in Turkey to leave the […]
The early warning siren system will be tested in Sofia and 10 other cities on April 1 2016 at 1pm, Bulgaria’s Interior Ministry said. The siren system is intended to […]