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February 20, 2017, by Independent Balkan News Agency

The railway link between Bulgaria’s capital Sofia and Turkey’s largest city Istanbul is set to return after the completion of reconstruction on the Turkish side, some months after Bulgaria completed […]

Lukov March 2017 goes ahead in spite of mayoral ban over foreign neo-Nazi involvement

February 18, 2017, by The Sofia Globe staff

The torchlight Lukov March proceeded through the streets of Bulgaria’s capital Sofia on the evening of February 18 in spite of a ban ordered by ...

Probe by Bulgaria’s caretaker government finds irregularities in public procurements

February 17, 2017, by The Sofia Globe staff

A two-week investigation ordered by Bulgaria’s caretaker Prime Minister Ognyan Gerdzhikov has found irregularities in a number of public procure ...

Nomination of Bulgarian Orthodox Church for Nobel Prize focus of talks between Patriarch and Jewish leaders

February 16, 2017, by The Sofia Globe staff

The nomination of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church for the Nobel Peace Prize for its role in preventing the deportation of Bulgarian Jews to Nazi death c ...

  • Romania protests: No flash in the pan
    February 10, 2017, by Alex Bivol

    Romania rarely features in international media, yet the scenes of mass demonstrations in Bucharest and other major cities last week may feel oddly familiar to Western TV audiences. Large-scale protests […]