Bulgarian authorities say one of the organisers of this week’s riots at a refugee shelter belongs to a ‘radical cell’.
They are angry about a decision by the local authority to put the camp in the southern town of Harmanli under quarantine after reports of a possible outbreak of skin disease.
Bulgaria’s outgoing defence minister has been charged with failing to honour an agreement with Russia to repair its Soviet-era fighter jets.
A senior aide to Russia’s president Vladimir Putin has said Moscow is planning for more constructive ties with Bulgaria and the ex-Soviet republic of Moldova.
Prosecutors in Bulgaria have charged the country’s former economy and energy minister over the cancellation of a 10 billion euro nuclear project.
The presidential election results in Bulgaria and Moldova show a distinct pro-Russian political trend.
Russia-friendly newcomer to politics, Rumen Radev defeats Bulgarian government candidate in presidential vote
The outcome could see the Black Sea state move closer to Russia.
Opposition socialist Rumen Radev appears to have narrowly won the first round of presidential elections in Bulgaria.
Romania is taking big strides in rooting out high-level corruption, new data shows, in stark contrast to neighbours Bulgaria.
Kristalina Georgieva, an EU commissioner, has been nominated by her native Bulgaria as a candidate to become the next UN Secretary General.
The 3,000-metre steeplechase athlete has been temporarily suspended pending a B sample test.
France has requested the extradition of a French citizen from Bulgaria to face charges of activities related to terrorism.
Business Planet meets Bulgarian entrepreneur Lyubomir Yanchev winner of the '2015 Young Digital Talent of the Year' award. You will learn how to enter this year's 'eSkills for Jobs' competition.
These are the pictures of a highly-original new installation in northern Italy – a three-kilometre floating walkway that allows people to walk on water.
In this edition of The Global Conversation, Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev talks migration, Ukraine and relations with the European Union and
Classic cars and bikes and wax works of their famous owners, from Joseph Stalin to Mikhail Gorbechev, have gone on show in Bulgaria. The Varna Retro
Amateur video of a citizen’s arrest of three illegal migrants near Bulgaria’s border with Turkey has sparked controversy, with rights groups
A large-scale money laundering scheme has been busted in Plovdiv, according to Bulgarian officials. At least nine people have been arrested on
The leader of Bulgaria’s nationalist Attack Party has been arrested along with a party colleague after the latest in a series of highly publicised
Oxfam reports that refugees arriving in Europe through Bulgaria are claiming to have been abused by its police. A survey funded by the international
At the World Travel Market 2015 in London, the leading event for the global travel industry, euronews spoke to Bulgaria’s Tourism Minister Nikolina
One hundred and seventy judoka were in action on Saturday as the Abu Dhabi Judo Grand Slam event continued. In the minus-63-kilos class France’s
For the first time a refugee attempting to find shelter in Europe has been shot and killed. The victim was an Afghan attempting to cross the Turkish
Hundreds of Greeks marched in Athens on Thursday night to demand more solidarity with refugees, as it emerged that a Bulgarian border guard had shot
A man travelling with a large group of refugees from Afghanistan was shot by a border police officer near the southeastern Bulgarian town of Sredets
Bulgarian filmmakers Grozeva Kristina and Peter Valchanov master the art of suspense in The Lesson, a morality tale centred around a theft. The film
The Apollonia Festival of Arts in the city of Sozopol is hailed as the most important cultural event in Bulgaria. Every August artists from all
Bulgarian police are helping Hungarian colleagues mount border patrols amid suspicions that gangs from Bulgaria are heavily involved in people