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Hurghada, El Gouna and Soma Bay, Three Faces of Egypt’s Red Sea

Novinite is publishing brief sketches on Hurghada, Soma Bay and El Gouna - three places a group of journalists, including two members of Novinite team, visited at the invitation of Egypt's Ministry of Tourism in mid-June.

Novinite Insider » Features | July 2, 2015, Thursday // 23:52 | Viewed: 6781

Meet Pepi, a Bulgarian Robot for Which Crossing Mazes Is a Piece of Cake

Three young inventors were received with much applause by the public at the opening ceremony of CEEDS’15 by Webit, the biggest IT event in Eastern Europe.

Novinite Insider » Features | May 3, 2015, Sunday // 00:27 | Viewed: 5695

Ten Blunders of Bulgarian Politicians Worth Remembering in 2014

Above is a selection of fresh political gaffes to which Bulgaria's political elite gave birth in 2014.

Novinite Insider » Features | January 5, 2015, Monday // 15:25 | Viewed: 3748

Top 7 Visual Moments of Bulgaria's 2014 Election Campaign

Nobody has so far disagreed the run-up to the early elections held on October 5 was rather dull. But some images can be remembered.

Novinite Insider » Features | October 7, 2014, Tuesday // 12:40 | Viewed: 1573

Who Will Take Over from Sergey Stanishev as Socialist Party Chief?

A Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) Congress due to result in the election of a new leader on Sunday after Sergey Stanishev has decided to step down.

Novinite Insider » Features | July 27, 2014, Sunday // 10:50 | Viewed: 1437

Timeline of Oresharski's Cabinet: A Government in Constant Jeopardy

Bulgaria's Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski submitted a long-expected request to stand down on July 23, 2014 after weeks of uncertainty as to when he could take the step.

Novinite Insider » Features | July 24, 2014, Thursday // 10:33 | Viewed: 2206

Are the BRICS Putting Up a Defensive Wall?

The BRICS countries have been subject to a vast number of puns over the years – obviously including the title above.

Novinite Insider » Features | July 20, 2014, Sunday // 09:53 | Viewed: 8183

Novinite's Blueprint for a Bulgarian Caretaker Government

One might say it is not our business to draw out cabinets and distribute ministerial seats. But in the current situation it seemed right to us to do so.

Novinite Insider » Features | July 16, 2014, Wednesday // 12:50 | Viewed: 4769

Bulgaria Marks World Refugee Day

June 20 marks the World Refugee Day.

Novinite Insider » Features | June 20, 2014, Friday // 16:53 | Viewed: 1553

Bulgaria Is “The Sewing Sweatshop of Europe” - report

New report released by Clean Clothes Campaign shows that garment workers in Eastern Europe and Turkey are paid poverty wages.

Novinite Insider » Features | June 19, 2014, Thursday // 12:19 | Viewed: 4936

#BGVOTESEU Shows Bulgaria Still Has a Long EU Road Ahead

What does Bulgaria look like in the EU? How does it meet all the needs of democratic transformation?

Novinite Insider » Features | May 20, 2014, Tuesday // 16:20 | Viewed: 1850

Meet Dusan, Incredibly Talented Young Artist Eager to Become Zoologist

Meet 11-year-old prodigy artist Dusan Krtolica.

Novinite Insider » Features | May 8, 2014, Thursday // 15:00 | Viewed: 6423

Top 8 Ways to Use Bulgaria and Romania in Your Election Campaign

Bulgaria and Romania are quite often paired up in European and regional powers' approach to the Balkans.

Novinite Insider » Features | May 7, 2014, Wednesday // 16:21 | Viewed: 5531

Top 10 Photos for 2013 and the Stories Behind

We present 10 photos that capture key moments of 2013 in Bulgaria.

Novinite Insider » Features | December 23, 2013, Monday // 15:39 | Viewed: 6577

Feature of 2013: Bulgaria's Burning Bushes

The following feature by Milena Hristova was published at Novinite.com on March 27, 2013 – an eventful and sad month, in which Plamen Goranov died in hospital from severe burns and organ failure and Varna controversial mayor Kiril Yordanov quit under the

Novinite Insider » Features | December 22, 2013, Sunday // 11:20 | Viewed: 1548

For Whom The Bells Toll in Sofia?

The story of Maria Zabova, bell ringer at Saint Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia, is a real epiphany, an inspiring tale of faith, commitment and strength.

Novinite Insider » Features | November 6, 2013, Wednesday // 10:23 | Viewed: 2610

Bulgaria's Burning Bushes

'Look what I'll do now!,' the man shouted, brandishing a lighter.

Novinite Insider » Features | March 27, 2013, Wednesday // 16:22 | Viewed: 3825

The Magic Number 270 that Leads to White House

US citizens don't elect their presidents and vice presidents in a direct vote since the winner is determined by votes cast by electors of the Electoral College.

Novinite Insider » Features | November 6, 2012, Tuesday // 16:23 | Viewed: 2097

A Flood of Failures

Before the communist regime collapse thousands of big and small dams were built in Bulgaria, making the water reserves of the country among the biggest in Europe. Now nobody knows who and how maintains them. This can be deadly dangerous.

Novinite Insider » Features | February 9, 2012, Thursday // 11:06 | Viewed: 3250

What Will 2012 Be Like for Bulgaria? (by Novinite.com & Novinite.bg)

As 2012 has kicked off, the journalists of Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency) and Novinite.bg are offering you their takes on a crucial question...

Novinite Insider » Features | January 7, 2012, Saturday // 12:01 | Viewed: 3922

Bulgaria's Schengen (Corruption) Ordeal and Finland

One more obstacle on Bulgaria's way to join the Schengen Agreement seemed to vanish in mid-November when Finland officially softened its stance on the country's bid to enter EU's border-free zone.

Novinite Insider » Features | December 9, 2011, Friday // 10:13 | Viewed: 2996