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Hurdles ahead for Borissov despite victory in Bulgaria's election
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Rocky road for gang who used Sylvester Stallone in fake passports scam
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"Bulgaria’s position is completely irrational and offensive to the Macedonians and our entire nation," Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said in a video address on Wednesday.
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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's putting brakes on North Macedonia's EU dream. Here's why.
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Bulgaria: Independence Day protesters urge PM Borissov to resign
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Bulgaria: Borissov 'pouring oil in the fire' over constitution plans
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More protests expected after Bulgarian PM survives no-confidence vote
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Why is Bulgaria engulfed in daily anti-government protests?
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Bulgaria protests should make Europe fear 'another Poland or Hungary'
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