September marks the closing phase of Bulgaria’s annual archaeology season, but the month did not disappoint as digs exposed a Roman-era public building in Sofia, a 3300-year-old home in ancient […]
The late entry of Kristalina Georgieva as an official entrant to the race to be the next Secretary-General of the United Nations means her countryR ...
Bulgarian state electric utility NEK decided against appealing the arbitration ruling that awarded damages to Russia’s Atomstroyexport for the r ...
The European Commission said on September 29 that it was sending Bulgaria reasoned opinions, the second stage of infringement proceedings, asking Sofi ...
In Bad Düben, a town in Saxony, the Bulgarian Ambassador to Germany, Radi Naidenov, received eighteen used SUVs from Deutsche Bundespolizei, during a symbolic event. Also, the Germans presented thermal […]
The World Bank will help Bulgaria protect and better manage its natural assets, like forests and air, as well as mitigate the risks of climate change, the Bank said in […]
A 20-year-old French citizen suspected of links to terrorists has been arrested by Bulgaria while trying to cross into Turkey via the Kapitan Andreevo border checkpoint, Bulgarian Interior Minister Roumyana […]
Climate change, acid rain, excessive logging and pest infestation threaten forests in many parts of the world, including Eastern Europe. Local authorities are fighting back, and some of them are […]
The Bulgarian Orthodox Church’s governing body, the Holy Synod, said on September 28 that it had unanimously decided to dismiss Stara Zagora Metropolitan Galaktion on the grounds of severe ill […]
European Commission Vice-President Kristalina Georgieva has described the Bulgarian government’s decision to nominate her as its candidate in the race to be United Nations Secretary-General as a great honour. “I […]