Eleven years after the joining the bloc Bulgaria has its first taste of holding the rotating presidency
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
Police in north-western Bulgaria are investigating the deaths of four men from exposure near the Serbian border. The men were from Iraq and Syria
“Wake up!” chanted some 2,000 protesters rallying in front of Sofia University after students, who have been occupying part of the university since
Business executive Sasha Bezuhanova feels her life has come full circle.
More than two decades ago she took part in pro-democracy protests against
According to CIA’s official statistics, Bulgaria’s death rate is the 8th highest in the world. Afghanistan, war-torn for decades, is seventh. Somalia