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Bulgaria battles surge in COVID-19 cases amid vaccine opposition
Since the start of the pandemic, more than 19,000 people in Bulgaria have died of COVID-19.
Bulgaria to hold presidential election in November amid crisis
Bulgarians will vote for their President on November 14, while political parties have still failed to form a government after two parliamentary elections in 2021.
Bulgaria summons North Macedonian embassy after flag vandalised
North Macedonia's foreign ministry also strongly condemned the incident and said they would investigate to find the person responsible.
Arc de Triomphe to be covered in fabric in tribute to Bulgarian artist
France's Arc de Triomphe will be wrapped up in recyclable fabric and red rope in tribute to Bulgarian artist Christo.
Bulgaria could be heading for third general election in a year
The anti-system "There is such a people" party (ITN) announced on Tuesday that it will not submit its minority government for parliamentary approval.
Bulgaria's President pushes for government talks to avoid 3rd election
Bulgaria's President Ruman Radev had urged parties to hold coalition talks to avoid a third parliamentary election.
Smugglers crammed these 15 migrants into one vehicle, say police
Leaders of a gang of smugglers who transported hundreds of migrants across the border from Turkey to Greece have been arrested.
What role does climate change play in Germany's severe flooding?
As high temperatures and severe rainfalls cause havoc across the globe, we take a look at what this means for the future of the climate crisis.
Bulgaria and Croatia: Take a trip to the UK’s new green list additions
Brits will soon be able to enjoy a quarantine-free stay in two new European green list destinations.
Bulgarian elections: No clear winner but anti-elite party in the lead
The snap election was called after no party managed to form a coalition following April's general elections.
Serbia denies any involvement in Bulgaria military plane crash
Serbia's Defense Ministry has said allegations they were involved in the crash of a Bulgarian military plane MiG-29 earlier this month are "inaccurate and malicious".
As diplomats return, is Europe rebuilding bridges with Assad's Syria?
At least five EU countries have brought back diplomats to Damascus despite the bloc's sanctions against the Assad regime, Euronews has learned.
Bulgaria's interim PM urges government to double efforts on corruption
Stefan Yanev, a close ally of President Rumen Radev, is currently serving as Bulgaria's interim prime minister until next month's elections.
Watch: Gaffe as soldiers raid Bulgarian sunflower oil factory
The owner of the factory said on Wednesday that he had filed a lawsuit against those responsible for the May 11 incident.
Bulgarian citizens try to challenge Sofia in court over air pollution
A group of citizens in Bulgaria are trying to take the authorities of Sofia to court over harmful levels of air pollution in the capital.
Bulgaria cleans up its beaches by renovating its water treatment facilities
Waste water pollution near Bulgarian beaches has largely been remedied, despite some recurring incidents. Now Bulgaria is aiming to remedy water treatment deficiencies to respond to a growing population and to prevent environmental emergencies.
In Bulgaria, even doctors don't know if COVID jabs are a good idea
Bulgaria has one of the lowest rates of vaccination in Europe and a huge problem with vaccine scepticism.
President's ally is Bulgaria's caretaker PM ahead of July election
His temporary appointment brings an end to the tenure of Boyko Borisov, who had dominated Bulgarian politics since 2009.
Bulgaria to hold fresh elections in July after coalition talks fail
Last month's elections had resulted in a political deadlock after three parties failed to form a new government.
Changing borders in the Balkans 'would lead to a bloodbath'
He was reacting to an explosive non-paper advocating the redrawing of borders of countries formed after Yugoslavia’s breakup.
New Bulgarian elections likely as opposition fails to form government
Prime Minister Boyko Borissov's centre-right party won the most seats in this month's election but fell well short of a majority.
Bagpiping in the mountains of Bulgaria
At the second stop on her road trip, Eva zu Beck has a go at playing the bagpipes in the beautiful mountain town of Chepelare in southern Bulgaria.
Boyko Borissov says he will not be Bulgaria's next prime minister
Borissov's centre-right GERB party won the most seats in last week's election but fell well short of a majority.
Green list travel: A trip to Bulgaria is full of suprises
Eva Zu Beck gets a total transformation thanks to a Kukeri costume - a grotesque mask and outfit designed to scare away evil spirits.
Hurdles ahead for Borissov despite victory in Bulgaria's election
Despite his party likely emerging victorious from Bulgaria's election on Sunday, plenty of hurdles lie ahead for Boyko Borissov, an expert has told Euronews.
Bulgarian PM set for tough coalition talks after splintered election
While Borissov led preliminary results with 26% of the vote, his centre-right GERB lost ground to smaller parties following months of anti-graft protests.