Political newcomer Rumen Radev has been sworn in as president of Bulgaria after a decisive victory in November’s election.
Bulgaria’s outgoing defence minister has been charged with failing to honour an agreement with Russia to repair its Soviet-era fighter jets.
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
Opposition socialist Rumen Radev appears to have narrowly won the first round of presidential elections in Bulgaria.
In this edition of The Global Conversation, Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev talks migration, Ukraine and relations with the European Union and
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
One of the challenges facing Europe is developing education for entrepreneurs. And in Bulgaria, for some years now they have been training young
Police in Bulgaria are searching for former spy chief Petko Sertov. His wife reported him missing on Friday. He was last seen driving an Opel Astra
Bulgaria’s new prime minister Boiko Borisov has been voted in by parliament and has promised immediate reforms to grow the economy and bring in
Bulgaria inched closer towards getting a new government on Tuesday, nearly a month after an inconclusive parliamentary election, after the biggest
A Bulgarian court has refused a request from Moscow to extradite a prominent opponent of President Vladimir Putin. Nikolay Koblyakov, a businessman
In Bulgaria, the centre-right GERB party looks set to be the winner after a snap election. Exit polls, however, show the party will fall short of a
On Sunday, Bulgaria will vote in a general election for a fifth government in under two rocky years. The vote could produce another fragile
Bulgaria faces its third election in two years on Sunday, with Boiko Borisov’s centre-right GERB coaliton leading in the polls, but maybe unable to
Bulgarian authorities have announced the completion of a 33-kilometre fence along the country’s border with Turkey. Sofia has said the reason
A year after a security scandal prompted calls for Bulgaria’s government to resign, protesters are keeping up the pressure. They gathered outside
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev proposed on Wednesday to ask the public how election rules might be changed and boost their low trust in
Bulgaria’s top court has revoked a ban on selling arable land to investors from the EU. It said Parliament had breached basic constitutional
Volen Siderov, a right-wing Bulgarian MP who allegedly verbally assaulted a French cultural attaché during a airplane trip, has given up his
Members of Bulgaria’s nationalist party Ataka protested outside the US Embassy in Sofia on the 70th anniversary of an Allied bombing raid. They
The first clashes between riot police and protesting Bulgarian citizens and university students were reported on Wednesday in downtown Sofia during a
An estimated 4,000 Bulgarian workers protested on Wednesday against low wages and a lack of jobs, a sign that opposition to the Socialist-led cabinet
Bulgaria’s ruling Socialists vowed on Wednesday to stay in power to pursue reforms despite continued street protests and accused their centre-right
Police in Bulgaria’s capital clashed with protesters who tried to blockade the parliament building on Tuesday, demanding that the left-leaning
Bulgarian students found the gates of Sofia University padlocked and chained shut on Monday morning after thousands marched in downtown Sofia on
A nationwide protest under the motto ‘March of Justice’ started in front of the main building of Sofia University. The organisers of the protest are
Public anger over the failure of Bulgaria’s political class to tackle rampant graft further eroded support for the two main political parties in