Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov knows he should be more than careful in his staff policy, which has often been a washout with dire consequences.
"The clash between EPP and PES will take place in Bulgaria during the summer of 2013.
Bulgaria has become a favorite shooting location for Hollywood producers lately.
Bulgaria's Cabinet has adopted the 2013 Budget projecting a 0.2 pp GDP growth increase(!).
Bulgarians' distrust for the Borisov Cabinet is unusually strong for the first time since it took over in 2009, according to an Alpha Research public opinion poll.
Many Bulgarians feel euphoric lately because they will finally have a say in something significant – the fate of the Belene Nuclear Power Plant project.
It was a slap for Bulgaria that none of its 52 universities made it into the 2012 Times’ Top 400 ranking.
Recent statistics by Bulgaria's National Revenue Agency indicated a substantial increase in the number of people working more than one job.
As the academic year kicked off in Bulgaria's largest higher education institution on Monday, PM Boyko Borisov shared his "words of wisdom" with students.
If Bulgaria's numerous U-turns on plans for a second nuclear plant make you feel dizzy, you are not alone.
Bulgaria has wasted too much public energy on a tasteless, infantile hip-hop song metaphor in the colors of the national flag, misused in a pseudo-political kick-up in the past week.
"Did you hear Yane is in the US to support Romney?" my elderly mom calls me on the phone, dismayed.
Bulgarian disco and club owners have begun whimpering again that the government is sabotaging their business.
The few independent Bulgarian journalists are justified in being disappointed with the long-awaited meeting in Sofia with EU Digital Agenda Commissioner Neelie Kroes.
Bulgaria's high officials have been rather excited about the country's economic future recently.
As Bulgaria's internationally- and energy-disoriented Borisov Cabinet pretended to be surprised by Atomstroyexport's EUR 1 B claim over Belene NPP's termination, Bulgarian ex-Tsar and ex-PM Simeon Saxe-Coburg has spoken from his oblivion.
A new Supreme Judicial Council is being finally elected in Bulgaria.
September 9 marks 68 years since the totalitarian communist regime took over in Bulgaria.
Interview: Bulgarian EU Presidency
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
Potentially Defective Aluminum was used by All Car Manufacturers in Japan