Bulgaria's prime minister increasingly looks set to step off Western course
As Bulgaria goes on holding the rotating presidency of the EU and the Bulgarian leaders are extra cautious not to do anything that might tarnish their avowedly pro-European image, local as well as international Nazis marched through Sofia to commemorate…
A first for the poor Balkan country, but also a first for the EU
In Bulgaria, government threatens mainstream media
Yet another instance of corruption, wise practical decision or new round of political buffoonery?
Barbed-wire fence now stretches all the way from Rezovo at Black Sea to Svilengrad
Fear, hate return to Bulgarian politics ahead of upcoming EU presidency
At the beginning of the 1990s, when Bulgarian Communism had collapsed and the nation was gripped with pro-democracy fervour, Todor Kolev, this country's perhaps best known comedian actor, put out a song that instantly became a major hit. Loosely picking…
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