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Bulgaria has one of the lowest rates of vaccination in Europe and a huge problem with vaccine scepticism.
Hurdles ahead for Borissov despite victory in Bulgaria's election
Despite his party likely emerging victorious from Bulgaria's election on Sunday, plenty of hurdles lie ahead for Boyko Borissov, an expert has told Euronews.
Bulgarian national radio chief hits out against political interference
He told Euronews he was disgruntled by the "lipservice" he said the government paid to enacting real change in a country that has been labelled "the black sheep of the European Union" by Reporters Without Borders.
Bulgaria: Independence Day protesters urge PM Borissov to resign
On the day the country marked the 100th anniversary of its independence, thousands took to the streets of Bulgaria to continue to demand the government's resignation.
Bulgaria: Borissov 'pouring oil in the fire' over constitution plans
Opposition leader Hristo Ivanov tells Euronews that the prime minister's plans to amend the constitution have already "reached a dead end".
More protests expected after Bulgarian PM survives no-confidence vote
Demonstrators accuse Borissov and the country's top prosecutor, Ivan Geshev, of corruption, authoritarian rule and dependence on criminal groups. They are calling for both men to step down.
Bulgaria protests continue despite sacking of three ministers
The news that the three ministers had been fired was applauded by protesters, but thousands took to the streets of Sofia on Thursday to continue calling for the PM's resignation.
Bulgaria: PM Borissov and government urged to resign by president
Large protests were staged in Sofia after police raided the office of president Rumen Radev and arrested two of his aides.
Sick system: Bulgarian health crisis leaves patients vulnerable
Bulgaria is in the grip of a health crisis as thousands of doctors and nurses leave the country. The result is a health system struggling to cope, where patients are left without key services.
Bulgarian government faces no-confidence vote over water crisis
Euronews reports from Pernik, a Bulgarian town where thousands are left without water due to suspected mismanagement at the top.
Bulgaria's president vetoes anti-corruption legislation a day after as
Bulgaria's president vetoes anti-corruption legislation a day after assuming EU presidency. The country has been described as the most corrupt country in the EU by anti-corruption agency Transparency International
Bulgaria's currency - hardship and suffering
One in five Bulgarians live in poverty earning less than the equivalent of 120 euros per month. One in three young Bulgarians can not find work while
Bonus interview: Haralan Aleksandrov
Euronews reporter Hans von der Brelie interviewed social anthropologist Haralan Aleksandrov, professor at the New Bulgarian University (Sofia)
Bulgaria steps up fight against organised crime
Bulgaria has again been refused entry into the Schengen zone. Back in July, Sofia was slammed by the EU in a highly critical report. It said
Bonus interview: Diana Kovatcheva, Bulgarian Minister of Justice
Complete interview in English with Bulgarian Minister of Justice, Diana Kovatcheva.
Bonus interview: Sergei Stanishev, former Bulgarian PM
Complete interview in English with former Bulgarian Prime Minister and socialist opposition leader, Sergei Stanishev.
Bonus interview: Zinaida Zlatanova, Head of the European Commission Representation in Sofia
Interview in English with Zinaida Zlatanova, Head of the European Commission Representation in Sofia.