Momchil Indzhov, a journalist from "24 Chassa" (24 Hours) daily, is an expert on Brazil.
Commenting the release of former Olympic champion Galabin Boevski, he says expelling foreigners convicted for drug trafficking is part of a recent policy.
Unexpectedly, former weightlifting champion Galabin Boevski returned to Bulgaria.
Interview of Novinite.com with Boris Cheshirkov, Spokesperson for the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in Bulgaria, on the topic of the increasing refugee flow into the country and the state's response.
A blond girl with green eyes found in a Roma family in Greece made headlines around the world.
Interview of Novinite.com and Novinite.bg with Zhivko Georgiev, a Gallup sociologist and political analyst, on Syrian refugee influx to Bulgaria and what may come next.
The legendary Italian football coach Fabio Capello was in Sofia on Friday as a part of the European tour of the UEFA Champions League Cup, organized by UniCredit.
Bulgaria's opposition GERB party has got into the habit of calling votes of no-confidence against the Socialist-led government every other day.
Interview of Deutsche Welle with Tsvetan Vassilev, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Bulgaria's Corporate Commercial Bank, KTB.
On Sunday, Bulgaria’s government revealed its plans to lay off 40 000 state servants, starting 2014.
We phoned Nansi Karaboycheva, Miss Bulgaria 2013, for a quick chat about her impressions from Miss World and her future plans.
Libya’s prime minister, Ali Zeidan, was hauled from his bed at 2:30 a.m. Thursday by a group of militiamen who stormed into the luxury hotel where he lives in downtown Tripoli, a kidnapping that would be extraordinary by almost any standard.
“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.
Bulgarian "Socialists must be crazy," the site desebg.com, dealing exclusively with the Communist-era secret files, recently wrote.
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.
The statements made by the French Minister of Internal Affairs Manuel Valls, claiming that the Bulgarian /and Romanian / Roma citizens currently residing on French territory, should be expelled from the state as they have a "totally different lifestyle co
Those Greeks are driving down the Eurozone.
The car of Genka Shikerova, a journalist known for her incisive interviews of Bulgarian politicians, was set on fire outside her Sofia home on the night of 16 September, reviving concern about freedom of information and the safety of journalists.
At the beginning it was not an easy subject.
Between 350 thousand and one million Bulgarians will be left without TV signal, because digital coverage won't reach them.
Wars wreak havoc; life, property, and dreams are destroyed.
Grigor Dimitrov Climbs to Record High Position
Bulgaria's Unemployment Rate Remains Unchanged
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