Son of Former Ukrainian President Drowns in Lake Baikal

The younger son of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych drowned in Lake Baikal in Russia.

World | March 23, 2015, Monday // 12:05 | Viewed: 702

Greece's PM Tsipras to Discuss Reform Proposals in Germany

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will arrive in Germany Monday for an official visit. The main topic of discussion is said to be the Greek foreign debt and the imminent announcement of government reform proposals.

World » Southeast Europe | March 23, 2015, Monday // 09:29 | Viewed: 804

Bulgaria's Ataka Attending Int'l Forum of Far-Right Parties in Russia

Bulgarian nationalist party Ataka seems to have a key role in the International Russian Conservative forum held March 22 in St Petersburg, Russia.

World » Russia | March 22, 2015, Sunday // 14:00 | Viewed: 7100

Tunisia Museum Attacker Still Chased by Police - President

Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi has announced in a live TV interview that one of the attackers who killed 22 people in the Bardot Museum in Tunis this week is still on the run.

World | March 22, 2015, Sunday // 12:04 | Viewed: 6110

Russia, Ukraine, EU to Continue Gas Talks Next Month

The next round of gas supply talks between Russia, Ukraine and the EU will be held in April, Russia’s Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Friday.

World » Ukraine | March 20, 2015, Friday // 22:08 | Viewed: 1009

Italian Transport Minister to Resign over Corruption Allegations

Italy's Infrastructure and Transport Minister Maurizio Lupi announced on Thursday that he is to present his resignation to the country's parliament on Friday.

World » EU | March 20, 2015, Friday // 08:40 | Viewed: 622

Greece to Submit Reform Proposals Earlier Than Planned

The Greek Prime Minister from the left-wing SYRIZA party held talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande late on Thursday.

World » Southeast Europe | March 20, 2015, Friday // 08:27 | Viewed: 839

EU to Maintain Sanctions Against Russia Until End of Year

The leaders of the EU decided at their summit on Thursday to maintain the economic sanctions against Russia until the end of the year.

World » EU | March 20, 2015, Friday // 07:44 | Viewed: 893

ISIS Claims Responsibility for Tunisia Museum Attack

The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for for the deadly attack at the Bardo Museum in Tunisia’s capital.

World | March 19, 2015, Thursday // 19:10 | Viewed: 685

Tunisia Arrests Nine Over Bardo Museum Shooting

Nine people have been arrested in Tunisia in connection with Wednesday’s terror attack in the country’s capital, Fox News has reported.

World | March 19, 2015, Thursday // 16:29 | Viewed: 726

Greek Parliament Adopts Anti-Austerity Bill Despite EU's Opposition

The Greek Parliament adopted on Wednesday a “humanitarian crisis” bill to help its poorest people despite the opposition expressed by the European Union.

World » EU | March 19, 2015, Thursday // 11:44 | Viewed: 853

Italian Police Busts Traffickers of Stolen Medicines Destined to Bulgaria, Romania

Italian police detained eight people for trafficking of medicines, which had been stolen from hospitals and pharmacies in the country, which were destined to Bulgaria, Romania and Albania.

World » EU | March 19, 2015, Thursday // 10:41 | Viewed: 815

At Least Two Killed After Shooting in Swedish Restaurant

At least two people were killed and eight injured after a shooting took place late on Wednesday in a restaurant in the Swedish city of Gothenburg.

World » EU | March 19, 2015, Thursday // 07:11 | Viewed: 967

Russia, South Ossetia Sign Alliance Treaty; NATO Condemns Move

Russia and South Ossetia on Wednesday signed a Treaty on Alliance and Integration that calls for forming a common defence and security space between Moscow and Georgia’s breakaway region.

World » Russia | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 21:47 | Viewed: 1015

Tunisia Shooting Leaves 22 Dead, 17 Injured, Bulgaria's Ambassador Says

Twenty-two people were killed and about 17 wounded in the shooting at the Bardo national museum in Tunisia’s capital on Wednesday, the Bulgarian ambassador to the North African country has said.

World | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 19:14 | Viewed: 1164

Death Toll Mounts to 19 in Tunisia Shooting

Tunisian police have killed two gunmen who stormed the Bardo national museum in Tunisia’s capital on Wednesday, bringing to an end a three-hour hostage crisis.

World | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 17:38 | Viewed: 805

No Bulgarians Known to Have Been Hit in Tunis Shooting

No information is available at the moment whether any Bulgarian nationals have been affected by the shooting incident in Tunis, an official said on Wednesday.

World | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 16:56 | Viewed: 692

Anti-Austerity Protesters, Police Clash as ECB Unveils New HQ in Frankfurt

Violence erupted in Frankfurt on Wednesday as anti-austerity demonstrators clashed with the police before the official opening of the new headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB).

World » EU | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 16:46 | Viewed: 808

Ukraine Starts Demobilisation of Troops from Combat Zone

Ukraine has launched the demobilisation of troops summoned for active duty since 17 March 2014 over the conflict with pro-Russian rebels in the country’s eastern regions, Interfax reported on Wednesday.

World » Ukraine | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 16:02 | Viewed: 955

At Least 8 Killed after Shooting at Tunisian National Museum

At least eight people were killed after a shooting took place in the Bardo Museum in central Tunis, which is adjacent to the building of the Tunisian Parliament.

World | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 14:20 | Viewed: 969

Three Injured after Shooting in Copenhagen Shopping Centre

Three people were injured after a shooting took place on Wednesday in the parking basement of a shopping centre on the outskirts of Copenhagen.

World » EU | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 14:11 | Viewed: 1006