Archive for June 21st, 2013

June 21, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

The Super Moon that will shine on the night of June 23 will be the most super moon of 2013 because it will mark the time that the Earth and […]

Protest planned outside PES Council in Sofia

June 21, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

Anti-government protests in Bulgaria are expected to continue over the weekend, with a separate rally planned in front of the National Palace of Cultu ...

Bulgarian socialist MP apologises for calling protesters ‘internet lumpens’

June 21, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

Bulgarian Socialist Party MP Hristo Monov says that he apologises for using the term “internet lumpens” to describe the anti-government protesters ...

Barroso underlines concerns to Oresharski

June 21, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

European Commission President Jose Barroso underlined a series of concerns in talks in Brussels with Plamen Oresharski, who occupies the prime ministe ...

  • Germany blocking Turkey’s EU membership talks
    June 21, 2013, by VOANews

    Germany is blocking Turkey’s next step towards membership in the European Union over Ankara’s crackdown on anti-government protests. All 27 EU members must agree whether to move forward on membership […]

  • ECHR rejects challenges to Slovakia’s citizenship law
    June 21, 2013, by Michaela Terenzani-Stankova of The Slovak Spectator

    Over the past three years, Slovakia and Hungary have not been able to resolve a dispute over citizenship rights that, along with other issues, has been causing political as well as […]

  • The longest day for Bulgaria
    June 21, 2013, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    Bulgarians woke up on June 21, in the northern hemisphere the longest day, to the news that after a marathon meeting of Bulgarian Socialist Party senior members, party leader Sergei […]

  • Film review: Trance
    June 21, 2013, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    One couldn’t imagine a more appropriate title than this one. Danny Boyle, who last directed James Franco in the cinematic one-man show 127 Hours, in which a character stuck in […]

  • Film review: Man of Steel
    June 21, 2013, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    Guns blazing, fireballs glaring, smoke rising, people dying. Such is the first 20 minutes of Man of Steel, the latest reboot of the Superman/Clark Kent story, and also most of […]