Two Bulgarian Orthodox Church metropolitans have backtracked on the controversial decision by the church’s governing body, the Holy Synod, to mention former monarch and former prime minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg in […]
Women in the Roma settlement near Vidin, Bulgaria, seldom have more than two children. Tatiana Vaksberg, who lived there, says there’s a good re ...
The Party for the Recovery of Macedonia has abandoned the governing coalition of VMRO-DPMNE of PM Nikola Gruevski. This party said on May 6 that it w ...
As a member of the alliance, Bulgaria is determined to contribute to the implementation of agreed common solutions in Nato aimed at its adaptation to ...
Archaeologists conducting a dig in central Plovdiv near the Bulgarian National Radio regional headquarters have found the grave of a child, estimated to have been seven or eight years old, […]
European Commission’s spring forecast for the EU economy, released on May 5, raised the economic growth estimate in the 28-country bloc, crediting low oil prices and the continued depreciation of […]
Sofia City Court ruled on May 5 to dismiss the case brought by prosecutors against former deputy speaker of Bulgarian Parliament, Hristo Biserov, saying it did not present sufficient proof in […]
A committee is organising its own celebrations in Sofia and other Bulgarian cities and towns of the 70th anniversary of the Soviet Victory Day on May 9 and has sent […]
Having said earlier that Bulgaria would not extend a costly contract with a Russian firm to maintain the country’s ageing fleet of MiG fighter aircraft, Defence Minister Nikolai Nenchev said […]
The decision by the Bulgarian Orthodox Church’s governing body, the Holy Synod, for former monarch and former prime minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg to be honoured as “Tsar of the Bulgarians” in […]