by Lora Petrova There is something rotten in the sate of Bulgaria these days for sure.
By Bogdana Lazarova, Nikolay Hristov* Lately, Bulgaria's interior ministry is fervidly discussing all the possible ways for restricting the prostitution in the country.
When Bulgaria was preparing to pop the champagne in the very last seconds of its existence as a non-EU country, many chose to celebrate in an unusual way, going to the Danube Bridge and being the first to cross a now obsolete border. Now, a month and a ha
By Petya Sabinova How can one not love Bulgaria? Every time I get bored, all I need to do is browse through the newspapers for the latest crazy idea someone gives birth to in this loony country and life's fun again.
Professor Robert Black QC, FRSA, FRSE, FFCS, ILTM is Professor Emeritus of Scots Law at the University of Edinburgh. Professor Robert Black has taken a close personal and professional interest in the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing of December 21, 1988, particu
by Lora Petrova Sofia municipality draft budget for 2007 amounts to BGN 615 M, from which about BGN 98 M are allocated for cleaning.
Bulgaria's National Theater Ivan Vazov with its 100 years of history is one of Sofia's emblematic cultural monuments. The City Garden in front of the theatre's renovated building has been a favourite place for walks and social meetings of Bulgaria's court
By Milena Hristova It's a sure bet that you remember the famous phase, uttered by Bulgaria's prime minister Dimitar Popov in the early years of the country's market economy: "For God's sake, brothers, don't shop!" Fifteen years later, days after Bulgari
Phil Flynn is one of the two Irish businessmen, who were probed over IRA money laundry scandal. He was approached by Tsvetana Minkova from Darik News after Kathryn Nelson, an Irish woman caught up in money laundering investigations following the Northern
Direct Investment into Bulgaria on the Rise Y/Y
A Third of Bulgarians Facing Energy Poverty