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April 20, 2017, by The Sofia Globe staff

The European Commission has released an updated set of questions and answers on the June 15 2017 end to roaming charges for people travelling periodically within the European Union, when […]

Europe fears Turkey’s Erdogan will tear up migration deal

April 20, 2017, by Jamie Dettmer of VOANews

The crowd of diehard supporters of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan cheered at a referendum-eve rally in the Umraniye district of Istanbul when ...

Deportations to Bulgaria: German courts and their converse decisions

April 19, 2017, by Imanuel Marcus

Just twelve days ago, the Administrative Court of Hanover in Germany decided, a deportation of a 19-year-old Kurdish refugee from Iraq to Bulgaria was ...

A divided nation: Turkey after Erdogan’s referendum

April 17, 2017, by Imanuel Marcus

After the referendum in Turkey, oppositional parties did not accept the outcome and demanded a recount, while President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claimed a ...

  • Turkish referendum too close to call
    April 13, 2017, by Dorian Jones of VOANews

    Voters in Turkey will consider a constitutional referendum Sunday on whether to transform their government from the current parliamentary system into a powerful executive presidency. The issue has split the […]

  • Border agency Frontex believes ‘EU Turkey deal’ is shaky
    April 9, 2017, by Imanuel Marcus

    An internal evaluation by Frontex shows that the so-called “E.U. Turkey Deal” might fail. Also, the European border agency fears, terrorists might enter the European Union, increasingly. This is what […]