"The Iron Curtain is back...
"The Iron Curtain is back...
Mistreatment, accommodation centers that are unfit for human beings and month-long detentions are just some aspect of Bulgarian authorities' attitude to refugees, a German NGO argues.
Bulgaria is bracing for new refugee influx as the weather gets milder in the spring, the New York Times says in a recent article summarizing Bulgaria's effort to curb the flow through border security measures.
For all the noisy debate in Western Europe about foreign workers, mass emigration puts economies of former Eastern Bloc members under pressure, a recent report on EurActiv argues while discussing Bulgaria's demographic problems.
The recent decision of authorities in Bulgaria's second largest city Plovdiv to allow only qualified musicians to play on its main street, appeared in an article of the BBC on Thursday.
There are various reasons that make Bulgarians the most unhappy EU citizens, according to an article that appeared on the website of Euronews earlier this week.
forthcoming international success for the wine industries of Bulgaria and Romania predicted by wine journalist David Williams.
Tensions in Bulgaria's coalition government of PM Boyko Borisov are more about the speed of change than differences in policy, a report on the BBC argues, citing "analysts".
Time magazine featured a photo essay, telling the story of Yana Paskova and her return journey to the Balkans.
A small village in Northwestern Bulgaria - Gorna Bela Rechka is no exception to the sad reality of the region - poor, desolated and seemingly asleep.
Bulgarian Parliament overturned its former decision Thursday for preferential pricing of renewable energy installations across the country.
Balkan countries including Bulgaria “remain highly vulnerable to the threat of Greek financial collapse” due to their strong banking and trade links with Greece, Reuters said.
Amnesty International released its annual report on Wednesday, which documents the state of the human rights during 2014 in 160 countries, including Bulgaria.
Bulgaria is on the frontline of confrontation between the US and Russia as the former is battling Moscow's energy dominance in Eastern Europe, according to a recent article.
In an article published on Sunday, The Wall Street Journal pointed to Bulgaria as being one of the weak spots through which Jihadists from Europe pass on their way to join IS in Syria and Iraq.
One of the main problems pointed out in the Amnesty International report, published on Monday, was the inadequate prosecution of hate crimes in the country.
Politics and economy in Bulgaria “may be getting back to something approaching normality in 2015” after two difficult years, the Financial Times has opined.
Bulgaria might opt to send its old MiG-29s to Poland for refurbishment, a defense news website has suggested.
Bulgaria: "a small, Russophile country" becoming "the latest wishbone in the struggle between Moscow's efforts to to assert its energy dominance over Europe and the West’s efforts to cage that gassy bear."
Reducing Bulgaria’s dependence on Russian energy supplies and curbing corruption in the Balkan state were in the focus of Thursday’s visit by US Secretary of State John Kerry in Sofia, the AP said.
Direct Investment into Bulgaria on the Rise Y/Y
A Third of Bulgarians Facing Energy Poverty