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.
Every winter, folklore groups from across Bulgaria take part in the two-day Surva festival in the city of Pernik.
Popular ride-hailing firm Uber sees its European operations hampered after claims of unfair competition by local taxi drivers and an EU court ruling
EU report raises concerns on Malta, Cyprus schemes
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
Plovdiv, the oldest city in Bulgaria, has been officially inaugurated as the European Capital of Culture for 2019.
Truckers from Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and Lithuania say the package divides the transport industry of Eastern and Western Europe
Bulgaria’s deputy prime minister has quit after controversial remarks about disabled rights activists sparked protests.
The quartet are also thinking about bidding to host the European football championships in 2032.
The television journalist was brutally raped and murdered last week which shocked the country
The reported rape and murder of Bulgarian journalist Victoria Marinova raises concerns about threats to media freedom, but it also serves as a stark reminder that Bulgaria should prioritize efforts to combat violence against women, writes a Human Rights Watch researcher.
Europe must act together to stop the murder of journalists investigating corruption, the sister of one of those killed has claimed.
After the murder of Bulgarian reporter Viktoria Marinova, Raw Politics looks at the state of press freedom in Europe
Environmentalists are celebrating after winning a court case over plans to expand a ski resort in one of Bulgaria’s national parks.
When Ovine Rinderpest was identified in Bulgaria, the authorities had to start killing, fast.
The Bulgaria government has ordered a mass slaughter of livestock following the first outbreak in the European Union of the so-called sheep and goat plague. Euronews spoke to farmers who were devastated.
Sharing borders with Greece, FYR Macedonia and Serbia, Romania and Turkey, Bulgaria has plenty to offer to the visitor.
The Bulgarian economy is growing at a stunning pace and exports are booming, while its business-friendly environment and well-educated local workforce are a magnet for foreign investments. More and more foreign companies are going there, making significant investments.
Pregnant cow is saved after campaign.
Bulgaria is set to restart construction of a Russian designed nuclear power plant first proposed more than 30 years ago dating back to the end of the Cold War, in a move supporters say could reduce the country’s energy dependence on Russia.
Penka the cow will be shot for crossing EU border without documentation
It was supposed to tackle big issues like the role of the EU in south-east Europe, immigration, security, crime but there was an elephant in the Balkan summit meeting room.
The zoologist was separated from his climbing group on April 29 to attempt a solo summit without oxygen.