Going to Sofia Airport, checking in, having a beer for eight leva, and finally boarding an Airbus A340 with the Bulgaria Air logo on its oversized tail, would be nice […]
In the summer of 1992, several lawyers and Human Rights advocates came together in Sofia. At that point, there were many problems the country had inhe ...
During the ongoing exercise “Thracian Spring 17” in the area of Bulgaria’s second largest city of Plovdiv, U.S. airmen from Ramstein ...
At a manganese mine near the eastern Bulgarian town of Obrochishte, miners announced, they would extend their protests, which started last week. About ...
The World Happiness Report 2017 was just released. It is a comprehensive ranking published by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network, in cooperation with the United Nations. The ranking is based […]
On Monday, November 28, 2016, the first snow of the season fell in Sofia. It was the moment when quite a few inhabitants were asking themselves whether they should finally […]
A new generation of politicians is in the process of elbowing its way to the top. At least more and more young Bulgarians have the courage and will to try. […]
CeBIT in Hanover, Germany, is the largest computer and information technology expo on the face of the Earth. This year’s edition starts today and ends on Friday. Far more than 200,000 […]
The sign saying Zlatusha announces the village of that name. Located some 25 kilometers from the capital Sofia, and 30 kilometers from the border to Serbia, at the edge of […]
Serbia wants to enforce its borders. Just like neighbouring Bulgaria, Belgrade believes the E.U. Turkey Deal might burst, with consequences for the country’s borders, which would consist of a lot of movement […]