Bulgarian border police have in the past month forced Syrian asylum seekers back to Turkey and beaten some of them, Human Rights Watch said on September 18 2014, saying that […]
Sofia Court of Appeals ruled on September 18 to reject the appeal brought by lawyers acting on behalf of Tsvetan Vassilev, majority shareholder of the ...
Bulgaria’s cabinet has approved a series of cross-border co-operation programmes with Romania, Greece, Turkey, Serbia and Macedonia. The programmes ...
Ninety-eight candidate MPs in Bulgaria’s October 5 2014 parliamentary elections have been named as former State Security people, with the commun ...
Bulgaria was preparing contingency plans in case of a new interruption in gas supplies from Russia, which was seen as a high-probability scenario, Bulgarian caretaker Deputy Prime Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva […]
Lawyers at Bulgaria’s State Agency for Refugees are preparing to approach the prosecution and the Commission for the Protection against Discrimination over alleged racism by Kovachevitsa mayor Vassil Stanimirov (photo) […]
Unofficial estimates are that in Bulgaria’s early parliamentary elections on October 5 2014, vote-buying will add up to a 10 million leva business – a figure close to half the […]
A state of emergency continued to be in force on the morning of September 17 in two villages in Bulgaria’s Hissarya municipality, Krasnovo and Krastevich, after heavy rain and concern […]
The majority shareholder in Bulgaria’s Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB), Tsvetan Vassilev, wanted by Bulgarian prosecutors on suspicion of embezzling, has turned himself in to police in Belgrade, reports in Serbia […]
Four hundred Bulgarian doctors have left the country to work abroad since the beginning of 2014, pursuing vastly higher salaries and better professional opportunities. This is according to Dr Dimitar […]