By Lora Petrova The mayor of Bulgaria's town of Elin Pelin, near Sofia, was murdered late on Tuesday night.
By Petya Sabinova It's Monday and instead of taking their sweet time recovering from two nights of heavy name-day partying many Bulgarians seem to be in a hurry to get somewhere, neglecting their safety and that of others in the process.
By Milena Hristova They were among the first staunch allies of the US-led coalition.
Reform-weary, riddled with crime and corruption and wholly unready for EU membership - it seems the European Commission will have to keep the pressure up on Bulgaria after accession. Nevertheless, private enterprise has been successful, with far faster gr
Italy's Ambassador to Bulgaria Gian Battista Campagnola was born in Rome. He graduated Political Sciences at the University of Rome.
By Ivelina Puhaleva A new year has came in and along with it the European Union gains two new members - in a move that has sealed a long period of transition from old communist past to new EU-orientated future.
By Milena Hristova Three days before Bulgaria's accession to the EU and one day before we offer you, our readers, a round-up of the events in 2006 and a forecast for 2007, I will dare make the forecast that the trial in Libya will be Sofia's first test f
By Petya Sabinova With the coming of Christmas time this year, just as tradition has it, Bulgarians were urged to help a child in need and shown heart-wrecking footage of ill young ones, all part of "The Bulgarian Christmas" initiative.
by Lora Petrova Christmas day is now come and gone, leaving in the past the one-day-long charity mood, the forgiveness, the "let's be good on Christmas" thing and all that is good, bright and God pleasing.
HE Yves Saint-Geours was appointed France's Ambassador to Bulgaria in September 2004. Prior to his arrival in Sofia he served as counselor of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Deputy General Director (International Cooperation and Development) with the For
By Ivelina Puhaleva Christmas is a wonderful holiday, one of the most repenting-orientated and joy-instating days of the year, a fest of the family and of the individual, teaching people that after death always steps in life, that evil cannot endure long
By Petya Sabinova A day after the verdict against Bulgaria's medics was pronounced, slightly forgotten figures from all spheres of Bulgaria's public life saw in it a chance to shine anew with insightful comments that all sounded the same and said nothing
HE Bertil Roth was appointed Sweden's Ambassador to Bulgaria in 2003. Prior to his arrival in Sofia he was on a special assignment at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (2002).
Direct Investment into Bulgaria on the Rise Y/Y
A Third of Bulgarians Facing Energy Poverty