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H.E. Campagnola: Europe is Dead without Enlargement

Italy's Ambassador to Bulgaria Gian Battista Campagnola was born in Rome. He graduated Political Sciences at the University of Rome.

Novinite Insider » Interview | January 3, 2007, Wednesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 6113

In the Club of Decision-Makers

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.

Novinite Insider » Editorial | January 2, 2007, Tuesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 3544

Bulgaria in 2007

By Milena Hristova Bulgaria in 2007 will in every way be a tale of one event - the accession of the country to the European Union.

Novinite Insider » Editorial | December 29, 2006, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 5221

Bulgaria's First Test for Brussels

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

Novinite Insider » Editorial | December 28, 2006, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 7854

Donate, the Budget Needs YOU!

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.

Novinite Insider » Editorial | December 27, 2006, Wednesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 726

Forget Christmas, We are (Anti)-Socially Active

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.

Novinite Insider » Editorial | December 26, 2006, Tuesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 652

Energy Drink after the Holidays

By Milena Hristova Amid relentless headlines about death in Libya and post-EU shocking hikes, an important and full of energy topic faded into oblivion this week.

Novinite Insider » Editorial | December 22, 2006, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 1081

Top 5 Tips for Surviving Sofia

"Traffic in Sofia is a real nightmare!", I told an American teacher of mine at the university some ten years ago. "It's nothing compared to the traffic in Asia!," she fired back.

Novinite Insider » Destinations | | Viewed: 1521

HE Saint-Geours: I See Bulgaria as Future Energy Exporter

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

Novinite Insider » Interview | December 22, 2006, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 5141

Genesis of Pessimism

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

Novinite Insider » Editorial | December 21, 2006, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 1087

Fade to Black

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

Novinite Insider » Editorial | December 20, 2006, Wednesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 663

HE Bertil Roth: Sweden Let in Bulgarian, Romanian Jobseekers with No Debate

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).

Novinite Insider » Interview | December 20, 2006, Wednesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 6002

Did You Believe in Libyan Miracles?

By Milena Hristova It would have been nothing short of a Christmas miracle.

Novinite Insider » Editorial | December 19, 2006, Tuesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 728

Doctor Georgiev: Death Verdict on Bulgarians is Monstrosity

Doctor Zdravko Georgiev is husband of Kristiyana Vulcheva, who is in a Libyan prison together with the four other Bulgarian nurses and the Palestinian doctor. Doctor Georgiev was also imprisoned for the HIV infection for the 426 Libyan children, but court

Novinite Insider » Interview | December 19, 2006, Tuesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 1542

How Back is the Backyard

By Ivelina Puhaleva A key agreement was signed Monday in a manner, which has reminded us of a recently concluded pastime we have thought about as a "closed page".

Novinite Insider » Editorial | December 18, 2006, Monday // 00:00 | Viewed: 658

HE Van Ee: Dutch Labour Market to Gradually Open for Bulgarians, Romanians

HE Willem van Ee was appointed the Netherlands' Ambassador to Bulgaria in 2005. Prior to his arrival in Sofia he served as Deputy Head of Mission of the Dutch Embassy in Rome (2001-2005).

Novinite Insider » Interview | December 18, 2006, Monday // 00:00 | Viewed: 6850

Bulgaria (Be Negative)

by Lora Petrova Some days ago I had to spend a few hours in a pensioners' club just to pay a social call to an old couple of relatives.

Novinite Insider » Editorial | December 17, 2006, Sunday // 00:00 | Viewed: 779

Goldfarb: Litvinenko was Killed for What He Said, Not for What He Knew

Alexander Goldfarb, the person who read Alexander Litvinenko's pre-death letter, is the spokesperson of Litvinenko's family. Goldfarb is also the closest person to the billionaire Boris Berezovski, the one with whose oligarch money was founded the Interna

Novinite Insider » Interview | December 17, 2006, Sunday // 00:00 | Viewed: 2911

Beware! Bulgarian Health Care!

By Milena Hristova "Collapse", a doctor from the emergency hospital in Sofia yesterday spelled out for me the diagnosis of Bulgaria's ailing health care system.

Novinite Insider » Editorial | December 15, 2006, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 857

Finland's HE K. Jamsen: Bulgaria Should be More Transparent, Open

HE Kauko Jamsen has been serving as Finland's Ambassador to Sofia since 2005. A graduate of the University of Helsinki (Master of Political Science) and Sanoma School of Journalism (Degree in Journalism).

Novinite Insider » Interview | December 15, 2006, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 5516

Take It Vitosha Style

By Ivelina Puhaleva The mostly frequented mountain of the two-million-large Bulgarian capital Sofia is attractive during any season with two wildlife reserves, three climatic zones, highest peak Cherni Vruh, varied flora and fauna, curative mineral sprin

Novinite Insider » Destinations | | Viewed: 2678