Bulgarian authorities have started 11 pre-trial proceedings in connection with alleged vote-buying ahead of the country’s October 5 early parliamentary elections, caretaker Interior Minister Yordan Bakalov told a news conference […]
Sofia Court of Appeals ruled on September 23 against the prosecutor’s office request to suspend Tsvetan Gounev, the deputy governor of the Bulgarian ...
Just less than two weeks before Bulgaria’s October 5 2014 early parliamentary elections, a poll by the Exacta Research Group says that Boiko Bor ...
Representatives of various religious faiths – Jewish, Christian and Muslim – are to take part in a Festival of Religions in Bulgaria’s capit ...
The cold weather front over Bulgaria brought the first snowfall in the country on September 23, in the high-altitude areas in north-western Bulgaria. The first snow caused no traffic disruption, […]
In the latest twist in the controversy about polling stations in Turkey planned for Bulgaria’s October 5 2014 early parliamentary elections, the Central Election Commission has rejected claims that any […]
About 281 300 leva were collected in six months from fines for breaking Bulgaria’s ban on smoking in enclosed public spaces such as restaurants and bars, according the Ministry of […]
A new 10 euro banknote that the European Central Bank (ECB) says will have several enhanced security features as well as a “fresh look” goes into circulation on September 23 […]
Sofia mayor Yordanka Fandukova is to receive the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, first class, for her long-standing contributions to the development of relations between Germany […]
Zheni Bozhilova, translator of more than 60 novels and several collections of short stories from English into Bulgarian, has died on September 21 2014 at the age of 86. Among […]