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In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The future of Turkey-EU relations is in the spotlight, as both sides meet for a summit in the Bulgarian
What next for Brussels-Ankara relations, as both sides meet for a summit in Bulgaria?
Turkey's president hopes to remove obstacles in stalled membership bid at summit in Bulgaria's Black Sea resort of Varna
Germany's ban could prompt its most-polluting diesel cars to be sold to buyers in eastern Europe, experts say. This could export the country's deadly air to Poland, Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic.
Hungarian PM Viktor Orban lashes out at Europe's migration policies during visit to Bulgaria
Bulgaria is estimated to shrink the most over the coming decades, but a host of other countries in eastern Europe are also in the firing line: Latvia, Moldova, Ukraine, Croatia, Lithuania, Romania, Serbia, Poland and Hungary.
The 42-year-old Canadian rider glided to victory at Bransko.
The Italian and Bulgarian cities prepare to take on the prestigious crown.
This is State of the Union, euronews' weekly roundup of the big stories and the big issues facing the EU-28 over the past seven days.
As Tokyo seeks to develop its trade relations with Europe it's not just the traditional economic powerhouses it's turning to.
Protesters hit the streets of Sofia to campaign against plans to expand a ski resort in one of the country’s national parks.
As Sofia takes up rotating EU presidency, the spotlight is turned onto its anti-corruption commitment
Migration is a priority as Sofia takes up rotating EU presidency
Bulgaria's president vetoes anti-corruption legislation a day after assuming EU presidency. The country has been described as the most corrupt country in the EU by anti-corruption agency Transparency International
Eastern European countries are unwittingly supplying the so-called Islamic State with weapons and ammunition, a new report has claimed.
Green Beauty: seven organic and natural skincare brand from Europe
The World Health Organisation is urging farmers to stop using antibiotics to boost growth in healthy animals in a bid to curb human resistance to the drugs.
At the height of grape harvesting season in France, Euronews was in the Touraine vineyards. Posted workers are a blessing for winegrowers as local workforce is scarce. But is it all that simple?
Romania and Bulgaria have the highest proportion of teenage mothers in the European Union, new figures have revealed.
Nearly one-in-ten births in
Remember this horrific attack? Well, now someone's been jailed.
Bulgaria has lent its weight behind complaints levied against the European Union over discrepancies found in the quality of identical food products sold in both east and west European countries.
It’s been a tough season for Levski Sofia supporters.
A report showed their club was mired in debt, although the new owners claim the accounts are
This is the Brief from Brussels, our daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Hundreds of early visitors at a popular Sofia shopping centre couldn’t believe their eyes on Saturday when they saw US President Donald Trump apparently standing next to his Russian counterpart, Vladi
Political horse-trading to begin as Bulgaria's veteran politician Boiko Borisov seeks to form a government after winning election
Former Prime Minister Boiko Borisov makes a comeback over the Socialists in Bulgaria's parliamentary vote, exit polls suggest.