Bulgaria’s Parliament adopted a resolution recognising the 1915 “mass killing” of Armenians, refraining from using the term “genocide” after the intervention of the centre-right majority partner in government. Adoption of […]
Bulgaria’s Parliament is embroiled in controversy over a proposal to formally recognise the Armenian Genocide – though it appears that plans f ...
Air traffic over Bulgaria is expected to increase by 50 per cent once the new international airport in Istanbul becomes operational, Bulgaria’s Tran ...
Religious services were held in several churches in Bulgarian capital city Sofia on April 19 in memory of the victims of the Armenian genocide, public ...
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has strongly criticized the Pope for describing the 1915 mass killing of Armenians as genocide. Ankara also has recalled its ambassador from the Vatican. Davutoglu […]
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan is continuing to wield influence ahead of the country’s June 7 general elections, despite a constitutional requirement that he stay out of party politics, his […]
A universal ban on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook has been imposed by the Turkish judiciary authorities due to the posting of pictures of the hostage situation involving prosecutor Mehmet Selim […]
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) has called on Bulgaria and Turkey to investigate an incident in mid-March where two Iraqi men died at the land border between […]
Turkey’s president warned it will not tolerate Iran dominating the Middle East, amid growing concerns inside the country that it will be sucked into a sectarian conflict with its neighbor. […]
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov has called his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu to congratulate him on his victory in Israel’s March 17 elections, the government media service in Sofia said […]