Freedom of speech and the press is somewhat a blurry term in Bulgaria
It seemed that Boyko Borisov could not climb any higher in the popularity stakes, but a critical article in the Congressional Quarterly made the impossible happen: Sofia's mayor was backed by all Bulgaria's public figures, headed by the President
Is the leader of Bulgaria's Turkish party a successful politician or a successful businessman?
Theoretically, EU nationals can now stay and work in Bulgaria. In practice, they can't
The Bulgarian nurses in Libya may be hostages of a retaliation campaign
Georgi Markov's 1978 assassination in London continues to puzzle and perplex as several post Communist governments have failed to disclose who pulled the trigger and who gave the orders
The murder of Alexander Litvinenko bears uncanny resemblances to the murder of Georgi Markov 28 years earlier. To an extent
The pro-Kozloduy N-plant argument has nothing to do with energy or safety. It is about money and politics
Sofia's Mayor established a party which has ambitions of being a serious political player in Bulgaria. At the core of his agenda is a three-digit figure: 800
Never has the list of candidate countries to the EU been so long - and the unwillingness to let them in so strong
Bulgaria became a member of the EU on 1 January 2007. What will change for expats?
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