In the latest twist in the controversy about polling stations in Turkey planned for Bulgaria’s October 5 2014 early parliamentary elections, the Central Election Commission has rejected claims that any […]
More than 130,000 refugees have flooded into Turkey from Syria in the past few days, as the jihadist group Islamic State bears down on the Syrian bord ...
Clashes erupted on September 21 2014 as Turkey closed its border with northern Syria to halt a massive influx of Kurdish refugees fleeing the juggern ...
Bulgaria’s Central Election Commission (CEC) has decided not to comply with a ruling by the Supreme Administrative Court not to open eight polli ...
Turkey’s prime minister said 49 Turkish hostages seized by Islamic State militants in Iraq in June have been freed. Turkey had cited the hostages as a roadblock to participating in […]
Bulgaria’s Supreme Administrative Court has ordered the reduction of the number of polling stations in Turkey for the October 8 parliamentary elections by eight. The order was handed down after […]
Bulgarian border police have in the past month forced Syrian asylum seekers back to Turkey and beaten some of them, Human Rights Watch said on September 18 2014, saying that […]
Bulgaria’s cabinet has approved a series of cross-border co-operation programmes with Romania, Greece, Turkey, Serbia and Macedonia. The programmes are to be submitted to the European Commission for approval, following […]
Turkey’s government is being accused of seeking to destroy one of the country’s banks, which has become embroiled in a political feud. The struggle is adding to growing investor concerns […]
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan held talks in Ankara with Lyutvi Mestan, leader of Bulgaria’s Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF), according to a brief statement by the Turkish presidency […]