The Bulgarian cabinet’s security council was meeting on September 1 to consider a new version of a document on a vision for the future of the country in Nato, after […]
Bulgarians and Romanians joined in an August 31 protest against a tyre processing plant that they allege will be harmful to their health. The proteste ...
Bulgaria’s second city Plovdiv now boasts the longest pedestrian zone in Europe, beating previous record-holder Copenhagen, according to mayor I ...
Bulgaria’s Economy Ministry said on August 28 that the head of the country’s State Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (SEWRC), Boyan Boev, agr ...
Delyan Peevski, the controversial figure whose abortive appointment as State Agency for National Security chief in 2013 sparked public protests that ultimately led to the downfall of the government, appears […]
Pesticides in grain and bran have been found to have been the cause of the deaths of a number of animals at Sofia Zoo in recent days, reports on August […]
Bulgaria’s caretaker government has withdrawn a draft document on a proposed vision for the development of the country in Nato after controversy erupted over a reference to a “new hybrid […]
Bulgaria’s collection of “vampire skeletons” – burials in which measures were taken to prevent the deceased from rising as undead – can now be updated to include remains found in the country’s […]
Bulgaria’s prosecutor’s office said on August 26 that the Sofia City Court impounded the assets held by eight officials of the Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB), including majority shareholder Tsvetan Vassilev. […]
Bulgaria’s state-owned electric utility NEK was losing about 50 million leva a month as a result of regulatory decisions, while at the same time giving preferential treatment to companies with […]