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Bulgarian MEP fined for perceived Nazi salute in European Parliament
President Roberta Metsola said his gesture had "damaged the dignity and reputation" of the Parliament.
Bulgaria MPs vote to abolish 'golden passport' scheme
The EU has called on member states to scrap the schemes following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Bulgaria refuses military aid for Ukraine amid US defence talks
US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin met Bulgarian PM Kiril Petkov over the Ukraine war but Sofia ruled out military aid.
Bulgaria's former PM Boyko Borissov released from detention
The former prime minister was freed after prosecutors failed to come up with enough evidence to press charges. His lawyer said the arrest came as part of an inquiry into alleged extortion.
Bulgaria's former PM Boyko Borissov arrested
He was detained in Sofia late on Thursday.
Bulgarians offer food, shelter and transport to Ukrainians fleeing war
Rumen Sarandev couldn't offer his house to those fleeing the bloodshed - so he offered his car.
Bulgaria expels two Russian diplomats for spying amid Ukraine tensions
One diplomat is accused of leaking "confidential information" about Bulgaria's defence ministry since 2016.
Bulgaria sacks minister for saying Ukraine invasion was not a 'war'
Stefan Yanev had said Russia's actions should be labelled a "military operation", echoing the words of Vladimir Putin.
Bulgarian PM Petkov says diplomatic solution is needed for Ukraine
Kiril Petkov said the Bulgarian government had decided to update the country's security strategy and to prepare a battalion military group under its command, for defence purposes only.
Meet the locals
This man set up a haven for digital nomads in the Bulgarian mountains
In this episode of Meet The Locals, we hear from Matthias Zeitler the co-founder of Coworking Bansko.
Turning up the heat on Europe's fuel poverty crisis
In this episode of Real Economy the team focuses on what's being done at EU level to tackle Europe's rising energy poverty crisis.
Sofia trip sparks hope of improved Bulgaria-North Macedonia relations
The previous Bulgarian government had blocked North Macedonia's bid to join the EU. But now there is fresh hope that relations between the two countries can be improved.
Discover Bansko Bulgaria, a top winter sports destination for 2022
With breathtaking landscapes, magnificent slopes and plenty of activities on offer, in this week's Adventures we go to Bansko, one of Bulgaria's top snow-capped destinations.
Masked dancers chase away evil at a festival in Bulgaria
Masked dancers carry on an ancient Bulgarian carnival tradition, in the belief that it helps ward off evil spirits.
Bulgaria moves to end practice of 'golden passports'
Bulgaria's new government passed a bill aimed at getting rid of "golden passports".
Anti-vaccine protesters try to storm Bulgarian parliament building
Several people, including police officers, were injured during the clashes in Sofia.
Bulgarian Pomaks keep traditional wedding rite alive
The marriage of Nefie and her fiancé Schaban is an extravaganza of bright colours, flowers, feasting and dancing. But the bride, who comes from Bulgaria's Pomak minority, can see none of it. Her eyes must remain tightly closed until a Muslim priest blesses the couple.
Bulgaria celebrates Epiphany with host of annual traditions
On the 6th of January every year, the Bulgarian Orthodox church marks St. Jordan’s Day (Epiphany). It falls on the twelfth day after Christmas and marks the day Jesus was baptized in the Jordan River by John the Baptist.
Bulgaria tightens travel restrictions as COVID infections surge
Almost all travellers from the EU will now have to have a negative PCR test and proof of vaccination to enter the country.
Rum, gin or... COVID shot? Bulgaria bar bids to boost vaccination rate
The bar is the only place in Bulgaria where people do not need a health certificate to get in, but leave with one after getting the jab.
The call of the wild: on safari in Bulgaria's Rhodope Mountains
Adventures goes on safari to explore the wild beauty and rich biodiversity of Bulgaria's Rhodope Mountains.
Visiting Bulgaria on business? Here's what you need to know
If you're heading to Sofia for a conference or on a business trip, we've got you covered.
Meet the locals
Giving ancient varieties a new twist: meet the next generation of Bulgarian winemakers
Meet-The-Locals speaks to two innovative Bulgarian winemakers, hoping to bring fresh ideas to the wine industry, while remaining rooted in their country's traditions.
Same-sex parents and their children 'must be recognised as a family'
The case came before the court after Bulgarian authorities refused to give a birth certificate to the baby daughter of a same-sex couple.
These are Bulgaria's best beaches for a 2022 summer holiday
Whether you're looking for unspoiled golden sands without the crowds or a lively beach with plenty of bars to have a good time, this is your must-read reference for summer 2022.
Kiril Petkov chosen by Bulgarian parliament as next prime minister
Petkov is the co-leader of the new anti-corruption We Continue The Change party.