Archive for June 3rd, 2014

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June 3, 2014, by The Sofia Globe staff

The Bulgarian Socialist Party is continuing to hurl blame in various directions for its poor showing in European Parliament elections, but also is offering scant clarity about what it will […]

EC opens infringement proceedings against Bulgaria over South Stream

June 3, 2014, by Alex Bivol

The European Commission has formally launched infringement proceedings against Bulgaria over its choice of a contractor to build the land section of t ...

Obama announces $1 billion security plan for Eastern Europe

June 3, 2014, by VOANews

President Barack Obama assured Poland and its eastern European neighbors on Tuesday that the U.S. commitment to their security was sacrosanct at the s ...

Heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine as government restarts ‘active phase’ of anti-terror operation

June 3, 2014, by The Kyiv Post

Intense clashes between Ukrainian military forces and pro-Russia insurgents broke out in the eastern region of Donetsk early on June 3, a day after he ...

  • Crisis continues as emergency medics protest in Bulgaria
    June 3, 2014, by The Sofia Globe staff

    The latest uproar over the state of emergency medical services in Bulgaria , with staff in Sofia and elsewhere protesting over the dismissal of service chiefs in the capital city […]

  • Russia, Nato spar over military forces in Central Europe
    June 3, 2014, by James Brooke VOA Moscow Bureau Chief

    With Russia pulling most of its roughly 40,000 troops away from its border with Ukraine, NATO and Russia have started sparring over the nation’s new cross-border tactic. As armed units […]