A boat constructed of reeds will recreate ancient trade routes betweebn Egypt and the Black Sea that could predate the Greek Argonauts.
Pork industry at risk as swine fever hits farms across Eastern Europe. More than 120 000 pigs have been slaughtered in Bulgaria in an attempt to limit the number of swine fever cases.
After long negotiations, the chief executive of the World Bank emerged as the EU candidate to succeed Christine Lagarde.
Two charged with terrorism over Bulgaria's biggest data breach - lawyer
California boxing license returned to Bulgarian athlete who forcibly kissed reporter
Bulgarian police said on Wednesday they have arrested a suspect for a cyber attack on the country's National Revenue Agency (NRA), which led to the leak of personal and financial data of millions of people.
A Bulgarian website invented a story about a pro-incest MEP that was then shared by thousands of people on Facebook, a fact-checking study has found.
The Bulgarian minister for agriculture is the latest high profile minister to resign amid an investigation into corruption
Pope Francis has started his three-day visit to Bulgaria and North Macedonia,
Far-right French leader Marine Le Pen denied any rift with Italy's Matteo Salvini in an interview with Euronews.
Young Bulgarians are leaving the country's rural areas in droves, leading to a phenomenon known as ghost villages.
Bulgaria has the lowest minimum wage in the European Union and is also the poorest country in the bloc. It is these dire labour conditions that are dominating the debate as the European elections loom.
Euronews' EU Road Trip has reached Bulgaria on its mission to discover the hopes and fears of European voters ahead of May's EU parliamentary elections.
Despite living in the poorest country in the EU, the Road Trip team found that young Bulgarians in Plovdiv showed remarkable optimism about their future.
Bryan Carter and Apostolos Staikos continue our European road trip by heading to Bulgaria just in time for Orthodox Easter, to find out what voters there are thinking before the European elections next month.
Politicians in the Bulgarian city of Plovdiv, voted one of this year's European Capitals of Culture, are lobbying to block an LGBT exhibition for later this year
Borissov voiced concern over the possibility of an escalation in the arms race between NATO and Russia and told NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg that Bulgaria will not be used as a 'Trojan horse' of Russia. Stoltenberg praised Bulgaria’s commitment to NATO during a visit to Sofia on Friday.
The Bulgarian Environment Ministry said in a statement Thursday that Bear Grylls could face a fine for "violations" during filming of his show in a national park.
Around 2,000 of them strode through the Bulgarian capital for the annual Lukov March.
Bulgarian authorities have launched an investigation into suspected money laundering after blocking millions of euros of transfers from Venezuela's state-run oil company PDVSA to a local bank.
With one hundred days to go before the next European elections, Insiders goes to Bulgaria to discuss the difficult working conditions for textile workers in a country which has the lowest minimum wage in Europe.
The Skripal probe just got even more complex as Sofia investigates a possible link between the nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in England in 2018 and the poisoning of an arms dealer on its soil in 2015.
Bulgaria might have increased its minimum wage this year to 286 Euro per month but it still offers the lowest wage out of all EU states.
Every winter, folklore groups from across Bulgaria take part in the two-day Surva festival in the city of Pernik.
The historic Bulgarian city of Plovdiv is European Capital of Culture 2019 and its Together motto highlights how different communities can be united
Bulgaria's oldest city shares the 2019 title with Italian town Matera