Football fan clubs in Plovdiv have sought to distance themselves from the anti-Islamic mob attack on the Dzhumbaya mosque in the city, instead blaming “provocateurs” for the vandalism that caused […]
Representatives of the two major football team supporters’ clubs in Plovdiv have offered to pay for the costs of the damage to the historic Dzhu ...
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev has spoken out strongly against escalation of ethnic tension in the country in recent days, calling for guarante ...
After the February 14 attack on a Plovdiv mosque by a mob made up largely of football fan club members, the office of the Chief Mufti, spiritual leade ...
The first four people involved in a February 14 2014 mob attack on the historic Dzhumaya mosque in Plovdiv have been penalised under a fast-track procedure. Two were each fined […]
The Turkish ambassador to Bulgaria, Süleyman Gökçe, has expressed concern at the attack on the Dzhumaya mosque in Plovdiv by a crowd of thousands of protesters but says that the […]
Hurling paving stones, rocks and fireworks, a large mob of protesters – many of them from football fan clubs – smashed windows of Plovdiv’s historic Dzhumaya Mosque in the centre […]
An earthquake of 3.7 on the Richter scale was recorded at 7.04am on January 29 2014 about 11km from Perushtitsa and 27km south-west of Bulgaria’s second city Plovdiv, seismologists said. […]
Municipal councillors in Bulgaria’s largest cities – Sofia, Plovdiv and Varna – have voted themselves large pay increases, with salaries for councillors in the capital city increasing from 210 leva […]
An open-air ice rink is expected to open in central Plovdiv on December 21 2013. Building of the ice rink in Central Square has begun and will take about two […]