Bulgaria’s Supreme Court of Cassation ruled to uphold the sentence given to Oktai Enimehmedov, the man seen pointing a gas pistol at the head of Ahmed Dogan at a Movement […]
European Union foreign and interior ministers agreed on April 20 to a 10-point plan in response to the crisis in the Mediterranean, which has seen a s ...
The advent of spring 2015 has seen Bulgaria again caught up in controversies about construction projects in environmentally sensitive areas of the Bla ...
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov is the country’s only politician whose approval rating has risen since he and his centre-right GERB part ...
In the Emerging Europe and Central Asia (ECA) region, lower oil prices and the economic slowdown in Russia are weighing heavily on many economies in Eurasia, while countries in the […]
Religious services were held in several churches in Bulgarian capital city Sofia on April 19 in memory of the victims of the Armenian genocide, public broadcaster Bulgarian National Television said. […]
The ski season at Bulgaria’s winter mountain resorts of Bansko and Pamporovo closed on April 19, with both reporting an increase in tourists from Balkan countries and neither significantly troubled […]
The Sofia Metro underground railway line extension to Business Park Sofia will open on May 8, a day before the European Union celebrates Europe Day, the Bulgarian capital city’s mayor […]
Repairs to stretches of two major Bulgarian motorways in critically bad condition will begin on April 20 and most repairs will be completed by July 1. This emerged after an […]
Grigor Dimitrov was knocked out in the quarter-finals of the Monte-Carlo Masters on April 17, losing to Frenchman Gael Monfils in straight sets (1-6, 3-6) in just under one hour […]