Hungary’s parliament has approved a new law calling for all asylum seekers to be detained in camps along the country’s southern border while their applications are being processed. Under the […]
Uproar has greeted the European Court of Justice’s decision on asylum law in Europe. Last year, more than 5,000 people drowned in the Mediterran ...
Turkey’s ambassador in Sofia Süleyman Gökçe was summoned to Bulgaria’s Foreign Ministry on March 7 after Turkish cabinet minister Mehme ...
In a joint operation on March 7 by Bulgaria’s State Agency for National Security, Interior Ministry and prosecutors, an organised crime group in ...
The Bulgarian Socialist Party will attempt to form a government after the March 26 2017 early parliamentary elections whether or not it gets the most votes, BSP leader Kornelia Ninova […]
The European Union country with the largest share of women in managerial positions is Latvia, the only EU country where women are a majority – at 53 per cent – at […]
Bulgaria’s GDP for 2016 increased in real terms by 3.4 per cent compared to 2015, the National Statistical Institute said on March 7, citing preliminary figures. The nominal value of […]
European Union countries are not required, under EU law, to grant a humanitarian visa to people who wish to enter their territory with a view to applying for asylum, but […]
Ten days after the start of the official campaign period ahead of Bulgaria’s March 26 2017 parliamentary elections, political parties and coalitions had spent 1.162 million leva on media advertising, […]
In a case similar to the one in the Bulgarian town of Elin Pelin some weeks ago, there is a dispute in the northern town of Belene over a Syrian […]