Protesting Bulgarians from the central city of Gabrovo and the town of Tryavna staged a blockade Saturday at the Shipka mountain pass in the Stara Planina range.
A small group of supporters of the government of Prime Minister, Plamen Oresharski, elected on the mandate of the Socialist Party, have stirred tensions at the protest rally held Saturday near the National Palace of Culture, NDK, in downtown Sofia.
Thousands of Bulgarians have signed the "Occupy NDK" Facebook page for a rally to parallel the sitting of the Party of European Socialists, PES.
Even though Sofia’s ongoing anti-government rallies have been peaceful throughout, the local police has taken a step further to make clear its good intentions.
A foundation has been established in honor of the young man who fatally set himself on fire in Varna in February to protest against the links between the city council and the mafia.
Mass protest rallies continued in Bulgaria Friday with demands for the resignation of the government of Prime Minister, Plamen Oresharski, elected on the mandate of the Socialist Party.
Bulgaria’s nationalist leader Volen Siderov is not fit to head the parliamentary body for corruption combat and should be dismissed, a respected political scientist argues.
Vladimir Pisanchev, who was tangled in the "Galeria" spying scandal, has been officially appointed as interim head of Bulgaria's State Agency for National Security, DANS, widely dubbed the country's FBI.
Bulgaria should be proud with its ongoing democratic anti-government protests, President Rosen Plevneliev said on Friday.
Bulgaria’s Interior Minister Tsvetlin Yovchev has criticized former center-right PM Boyko Borisov’s claims that a plot exists to assassinate him.
An investigative report of the Bulgarian National Television, BNT, aired Thursday evening, exposed the extremist nationalist party Ataka in paying people to protest in front of its headquarters.
Mass protest rallies will continue in Bulgaria Friday with demands for the resignation of the government of Prime Minister, Plamen Oresharski, elected on the mandate of the Bulgarian Socialist Party.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, has decided to not ask the resignation of its leader, Sergey Stanishev, amidst mass and relentless protest rallies in the capital Sofia.
Thousands of people took to the streets of Bulgaria’s capital Sofia on Thursday to protest against the Socialist-led government of Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
The Bulgarian capital’s LGBT pride parade scheduled for Saturday has been canceled by authorities due to fears that extremists may mar the event.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has called upon party leaders to rely on common sense, realism and pragmatism in order to deal with the ongoing political crisis in the country.
Bulgarian prime minister has declined to reveal details from his meeting with the president, triggered by the political situation in the country.
Bulgarian Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov has criticized former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, who claimed Thursday that a plot exists to “arrest him and murder him in custody.
Bulgaria’s vice president Margarita Popova felt sick and was hospitalized during the emergency sitting of the Bulgarian Consultative Council on National Security (KSNS), which was marred by a shameful scandal.
Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski has suggested he is ready to dismiss anybody who rouses suspicions.
Bulgaria’s ethnic Turks’ long-time leader Ahmed Dogan stands behind the outrageous decision to appoint а shady media mogul the country's security chief, the former prime minister has alleged.
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