In two of the main gateways to the European Union, Bulgaria and Greece, refugees from Syria are met with deplorable treatment, including life threatening push-back operations along the Greek coast, […]
The Dossier Commission, which exposes people in Bulgaria who used to work for communist-era secret service State Security, appears to be getting too c ...
Four bishops have emerged as favourites in the election of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church’s new Metropolitan of Varna, the first round of which w ...
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev said on December 12 that he would ask the Constitutional Court to rule on whether the 20 per cent fee on the fee ...
Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna and Veliko Turnovo have been shortlisted out of an initial list of eight to be named European Capital of Culture when Bulgaria has its turn in 2019. […]
Bulgaria’s June 2012 full ban on smoking in public places such as restaurants and bars remains in place after Parliament voted on December 12 2013 to reject two amendment bills […]
Plamen Petkov, the Bulgarian-British dual national, has been awarded posthumously the Queen’s Gallantry Medal for his heroic saving of a young girl from drowning. Queen Elizabeth II’s conferring of the […]
Visiting Sofia, Serbian prime minister Ivica Dačić was assured by state and government officials of Bulgaria’s backing for Serbia’s European Union membership aspirations, while ministers from the two countries discussed […]
Bulgaria’s Cabinet said on December 11 that it has appointed Boiko Velikov as director of the Cabinet’s Centre for Prevention and Countering Corruption and Organised Crime, also known as Borkor. […]
The head of Bulgaria’s State Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (SEWRC), Anzhela Toneva, submitted her resignation late on December 10, and will be replaced by Boyan Boev. Toneva resigned because […]