This is not the safe heaven Ali was expecting.
SOFIA, Bulgaria — Judging by the ferocity of the bear hug a middle-aged cleaning lady gives Ivaylo Dinev, she isn't troubled by the extra work created by the hundreds of students living, eating and sleeping in Sofia University's lecture halls for the past
University students have tried to blockade politicians inside the Bulgarian parliament in Sofia as part of an ongoing protest against alleged corruption and the way the country is run.
Students chained and padlocked doors at Bulgaria’s largest university on Monday as demonstrators reignited protests against official corruption and disarray just six months after the current Socialist-led Bulgarian government took office.
Students in the Bulgarian capital Sofia have chained the doors of the country's biggest university as anti-government unrest continues.
Bulgarian students found the gates of Sofia University padlocked and chained shut on Monday morning after thousands marched in downtown Sofia on Sunday to complain that Bulgaria was still not stable, prosperous or well governed, exactly 24 years after the
Ninety Bulgarian university professors and teachers Thursday gave support to their students and said the left-leaning, Socialist Party-led government is using “arm-twisting” and “totalitarian” tendencies to try and snuff out criticism from students.
The young men and women milling around the halls of the occupied Sofia University know exactly who they seek to emulate. Under the heading “1968”, a banner painted in the bold red and green of the Bulgarian flag unfurls from a second floor window.
Thousands of students in Bulgaria have brought universities to a standstill over the past two weeks, to demand the resignation of the country’s government, which they claim is corrupt.
God gathered small parts of all the land he gave away - only the best parts - and put them together inside a small country he called Bulgaria.
The pressure for young ambitious Bulgarian and Romanian workers to migrate to Britain in the New Year increased today after the European Commission published pessimistic forecasts for significant sections of the two countries’ economies.
IN LESS than two months anybody from Bulgaria or Romania who wishes to come to the UK may do so.
As refugees flock to the country, aid agencies warn other European nations to be better prepared.
“Wake up!” chanted some 2,000 protesters rallying in front of Sofia University after students, who have been occupying part of the university since October 25, called for faculty and anti-government protesters to join their demonstration.
IN NO area of public policy does membership of the European Union limit our country's right to pursue its national interest more than in the matter of immigration.
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