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Bulgaria is a top destination for 2022 wellness breaks - here's why
From balneological resorts set amongst a backdrop of abundant mineral springs to temperate weather that lends itself to climatotherapy, we explore the best Bulgaria has to offer in terms of year-round treatments, recreation and rest for your holidays in 2022.
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Euroscepticism rises in North Macedonia amid EU membership delays
Greece, Bulgaria and EU leaders have all prevented EU membership talks beginning with North Macedonia.
Human error likely caused Bulgaria's deadly bus crash - investigators
Officials say they have recovered the bodies of 45 victims from the scene.
Bulgaria and North Macedonia mourn victims of bus crash inferno
The crash is considered one of the deadliest traffic accidents in Europe for a decade.
7 ways you can explore the Bulgarian mountains during any season
Whether biking, hiking, skiing or swimming is your thing, we take a look at the best ways to explore Bulgaria's ranges and peaks in 2022 with their breathtaking scenery away from the organised masses.
'Huge tragedy': At least 45 people killed in bus crash in Bulgaria
Officials say at least 45 people have been killed in a bus crash on a motorway 40 kilometres south of Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
Nine elderly residents killed in fire at Bulgarian nursing home
The Interior Ministry said the blaze “started from the roof of the building” but the cause is not yet known.
Bulgaria's Rumen Radev wins presidential re-election: Exit polls
Bulgarians were voting today for the fourth time in seven months.
Bulgaria elections: New anti-graft PP party leads after Sunday's vote
A newly launched centrist movement has a three-point lead over Bulgaria's former ruling GERB party, with 75% of Sunday's vote counted.
Polls open for Bulgaria's third parliamentary election this year
Bulgaria's third parliamentary election this year takes place with no early signs that the outcome could end the country's political uncertainty.
As virus surges in Eastern Europe, leaders slow to act
While several Western European countries are seeing spikes in infections, it is nations to the East that are driving fatalities.
Why Bulgaria is the perfect destination for sunbathing and skiing
With seven mountain ranges and 378 kilometres of coastline, Bulgaria is the best destination for both winter sports and chilling out on the beach.
Bulgaria gets ready for its third election in eight months
A new anti-establishment party, We Continue the Change, could be poised to take second place and form an opposition government.
Terrorist linked to Paris attacks mastermind arrested in Bulgaria
The suspect was sentenced in 2015 by a Belgian court for his alleged role in an Islamist recruitment network.
Bulgarians head to polls for 3rd parliamentary election of the year
Two previous votes had already taken place in April and July, but the country's largest three parties failed to produce a working coalition government.
Dutch hospitals sound alarm as eastern Europe reports record deaths
Coronavirus deaths in Russia hit a new record after a nine-day non-working period ended in most of the country’s regions.
Bulgaria and Romania break records for daily COVID-19 deaths
According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), just 25.5% of Bulgaria's adults are fully vaccinated, compared with 37.2% in Romania. This is well below the 75.2% average for the EU/EEA.
Bulgarian presidential candidate charged after attacking LGBT+ centre
"All I ever aimed for was creating safer spaces for our community," said a victim of the violence. "Yesterday my biggest fear came true: our community centre was destroyed and I got punched in the face."
Bulgaria sends 350 soldiers to Turkish border over migration levels
Bulgaria's interior ministry says the number of migrants illegally entering the country has more than trebled in 2021.
Bulgaria's COVID nightmare that no one wants to own
Bulgarian politicians have been embroiled in year-long politicking as the country nears its third consecutive election. Yet with two weeks to go, focus has shifted on skyrocketing COVID death and infection rates.
COVID pass doubts in Bulgaria amid low vaccine uptake
Only around 25% of Bulgarian adults are fully vaccinated, with health officials blaming public mistrust in vaccines and the government.
Eleven mafia suspects arrested on suspicion of luxury car tax evasion
Police in Germany, Italy, and Bulgaria conducted raids against suspected members of the 'Ndrangheta mafia organisation.
Bulgaria launches COVID-19 pass amid rising infections
With just one in four adults fully inoculated, the government hopes the measure will boost vaccine uptake.
Thousands of miners march to protect the coal industry in Bulgaria
Hundreds of families are destined to lose their jobs, say miners, if coal plants are shut down.
Bulgaria slammed over 'irreversible' ecological impact of shipwreck
A cargo vessel carrying over 3,000 tonnes of nitrogen fertiliser has been stranded off Bulgaria's northern coast for more than three weeks.
Bulgarian coal miners protest for job security amid EU closures
Organisers of the protest said they were defending Bulgaria’s energy independence.