Bulgaria’s Economy Ministry said on August 28 that the head of the country’s State Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (SEWRC), Boyan Boev, agreed to tender his resignation, as demanded a […]
Delyan Peevski, the controversial figure whose abortive appointment as State Agency for National Security chief in 2013 sparked public protests that u ...
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 Augus ...
Bulgaria’s caretaker government has withdrawn a draft document on a proposed vision for the development of the country in Nato after controversy eru ...
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 […]
Police arrested four people who were carrying out an illegal archaeological excavation of an ancient Roman villa in the village of Vetren in the Stara Zagora area, Bulgaria’s Interior Ministry […]
Bulgaria’s Central Election Commission (CEC) has accepted the applications of seven coalitions and 18 parties to stand in the country’s early parliamentary elections on October 5 2014. The CEC turned […]
Valuable buckles with the images of imperial symbols have been found by archaeologists working at the site of medieval Pliska in north-eastern Bulgaria. Pliska, which boasts a large archaeological reserve […]