A "Tapegate" scandal, revolving around leaked discrediting conversations of senior government officials, is raging in Bulgaria, making all January headlines, and giving clear indications what is to come in this yet-so-young election year.
The relationship - whether it was friendship or something more - between Dilma Rousseff's Bulgarian father Petar Rusev (Pedro Rousseff) and Elisaveta Bagryana, the greatest Bulgarian poetess of all time, might have been one of the most beautiful stories o
Dilma Vana Rousseff, a Brazilian politician of Bulgarian origin, has been inaugurated as the new President of Brazil, overshadowing Hillary Clinton and Angela Merkel for the title of most powerful woman in the world.
In June 2010, the Bulgarian government broke the news that it formally invited Chinese authorities and companies to set up and manage a joint industrial zone in Bozhurishte, right outside of Sofia, a development that can well be seen as revolutionary.
The burly or, some would say, just fat cab driver is reading some of them cheap, bad-quality papers in his taxi parked in front of a large mall in downtown Sofia when a jeep with a tinted windshield slowly pulls over, and four young muscular guys in dark
Boyko Borisov always wanted to make history and he did during the elections for European and national parliament in the summer of 2009.
Several Bulgarian Freemasons have been interviewed for this story and their opinions are included below.
Nowadays, a Masonic Temple can be found in just about every city, but in the history of human kind, there is hardly another organization so much surrounded by mystery, intrigue, secrecy, opposition, and controversy than Freemasonry.
The UK’s new Conservative-Liberal Democrats government has caught the British public and Europe by surprise but it also promises a more open political system than anyone in the country has hoped for.
"We capture them, and they let them go!" has become a catch phrase in Bulgaria in the last few years.
“The organized crime in Bulgaria is “countered” by the criminal disorganization of the Bulgarian state.” This quote is dated back to November 2001. It belongs to Colonel Boyko Borisov.
Whether one was forced to study Latin in school, or not, there’s a simple phrase that everyone should remember: “Caveat emptor!” or “Buyer, beware!”
The British press moans and groans about a vast influx of foreigners, including Bulgarians, while the steady stream of UK emigrants goes almost unnoticed.
The Bulgarian archaeology paradise is not just there for archaeologists to explore, and for people from all around the world to enjoy...
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