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"We lost a hero," "Man of unquestioned integrity," "Giant of justice and human inspiration.
The last month of the year is strange time.
There is a popular saying in Bulgarian that 'the law is like a door in the fields, and only fools choose to go through it'.
The news of Ukraine's EU treaty debacle echoed in Bulgaria with particular strength.
Hristo Biserov, former deputy speaker of Bulgaria's Parliament, who has been charged with money laundering and document fraud, left Sofia investigative office on Friday without uttering a single word.
Bulgaria is in turmoil with relentless, record-long anti and pro-government protests, a relentless government and Sofia on lockdown by riot squads.
Hardly a day passes without a xenophobic incident occurring in Bulgaria.
The central building of Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" has been under student occupation since October 23.
Protesting students are still considering whether to lift or not the blockade of Bulgaria's oldest and most prestigious school, Sofia University.
The chaos and division, which run deep in Bulgaria's society, bore a sad, but expected fruit - new nationalist formations.
Previously completely ignored in Bulgaria, Halloween has enjoyed escalating popularity over the years as the country made a transition to Western-like lifestyle.
A university lecturer told me once that only a nation that is asleep needs leaders to awake it.
"Look how we live in total misery. Years ago a man was murdered in our neighborhood and nobody paid attention, while now there are crowds of concerned people here because of one girl."
Unexpectedly, former weightlifting champion Galabin Boevski returned to Bulgaria.
A blond girl with green eyes found in a Roma family in Greece made headlines around the world.
Bulgaria's opposition GERB party has got into the habit of calling votes of no-confidence against the Socialist-led government every other day.
On Sunday, Bulgaria’s government revealed its plans to lay off 40 000 state servants, starting 2014.
“Who killed Laura Palmer?” This is the question that drove "Peaksmania" throughout 1990 and 1991.
The autumn of 1993 is a memorable one for Bulgarian football.
Thousands of refugees have fled to Bulgaria via Turkey since the outbreak of the Syrian civil war and locals are getting more and more hostile.
Between 350 thousand and one million Bulgarians will be left without TV signal, because digital coverage won't reach them.
Anti-government protesters toppled on Sunday evening a monument of Lenin in central Kiev....
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