Look who is lurking again behind the corner – the tandem of Advent International and Deutsche Bank, respectively the buyer of the Bulgarian Telecom Company in 2004 and the advisor of the Bulgarian government in the sweetest deal of the past decade, seem t
We have seen many times this circus which is being played out during the entire week and it only shows one thing - there is no need of a caretaker government in Bulgaria.
You have certainly noticed how many times President Rosen Plevneliev used the phrase “a broad-minded person” referring to almost every member of his caretaker government.
What happened and is still happening in Varna, I mean the floodwaters, can happen in any part of the world.
The Bulgarian banking system, usually given as an example of stability, is being subjected in the last days to an unprecedented and - I would say - unexpected ordeal.
We in Bulgaria know November 10th (1989), and keep repeating it, though the real date is June 4th.
Last week's official start of the campaign for the European Parliament elections in Bulgaria, opened the floodgates of hysterical anti-EU rhetoric.
On the day of the announcement of Kotooshu's retirement from Japan's professional sumo, it seems like a good time to reflect a bit on his career.
A week before the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, I recall watching the television debates regarding what we can expect from the big event.
Mediocrities with huge salaries, latter-day Roman senators with lavish expenses.
Bulgaria's Ludogorets Razgrad stunned European football experts and fans with their performance in this season's Europa League.
Last Sunday, protesters outside the president's office in Kiev tried to break the line of riot police guarding the building by charging them with a bulldozer.
The EU’s failure to secure an Association Agreement with Ukraine and the stormy events that followed show nothing less than cracks in the very substance of the Union.
When citizens take the law into their own hands, it is a clear sign that the foundations of a democratic system are shaking.
As temperatures drop, it will be harder not to see them – the homeless and the poor.
To call the scandalous revelations of Hristo Biserov's financial and tax crimes "Bulgaria's biggest corruption scandal" is an overstatement.
Bulgaria's efforts to guard its borders from invaders have degenerated into nothing short of a vendetta.
The latest in a string of provocative paint actions against monuments in Bulgaria's capital Sofia has reaffirmed lasting divisions that have continued to torment the Bulgarian psyche for decades.
"In less than two months anybody from Bulgaria or Romania who wishes to come to the UK may do so.
“Ostavka” (resignation) and “cherveni boklutsi” (red trash) are terms often heard around Bulgaria these days, in the context of the ongoing anti-government protests.
Bulgaria’s capital Sofia has recently witnessed occupation of university buildings that have breathed new life into the anti-government movement. But students, citizens and journalists are sharply divided over how right and efficient this type of protest
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