The Sofia District Court on October 31 acquitted two people who had been charged with hooliganism in connection with the redecoration of a monument to partisans outside the Bulgarian Socialist […]
Unemployment across the 28 member states of the European Union was 10.1 per cent in September 2014, with Bulgaria higher at 11.3 per cent, according t ...
Romanians will head to polling stations on November 2 to elect a new president, with incumbent Traian Basescu stepping down after serving the maximum ...
Bulgaria could be a step closer to a deal on government that would see a GERB-Reformist Bloc coalition with nationalist Patriotic Front support withou ...
Bulgaria places 38th out of 189 economies in the World Bank’s Doing Business 2015 rankings, having dropped two places in the past year. The report measures the ease of doing […]
Bulgaria’s Prosecutor-General Sotir Tsatsarov said on October 30 that he would be requesting the removal of the immunity from prosecution of at least five members of the newly-elected 43rd National […]
The skeleton of a child whose legs had been bound after death in an anti-vampire ritual has been found by archaeologists at a dig at the Voden Fortress in the […]
An exhibition featuring works from the Museo Picasso Malaga will be hosted at the National Art Gallery in Bulgaria’s capital Sofia in October 2015. This emerged from a Culture Ministry […]
Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) governor Ivan Iskrov re-iterated on October 29 his readiness to resign his position, but made such a move conditional on “solving the Corporate Commercial Bank problem.” […]
There is no reason for concern because of the reduced pressure in supply to Bulgaria’s gas transmission network in the past week, with unofficial information suggesting that the problem is […]