Anyone among us will be constrained by time to say something historic about Zhelyu Zhelev.
Commemorating the Holocaust victims, Turkey is calling on the international community to participate in the efforts to increase awareness of the Holocaust so that such a tragedy never occurs in the future.
Greece’s new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his radical leftist SYRIZA party rose to power largely thanks to pledges to renegotiate the country’s debt and put an end to the austerity measures demanded by its creditors in exchange for bailout aid.
"It's difficult in times like these: ideals, dreams and cherished hopes rise within us, only to be crushed by grim reality.
Five main developments could follow SYRIZA's landslide victory in the early elections on Sunday, according to political scientist Cas Mudde, who has been studying radical political parties for years.
Novinite has asked Milka Stefanova, a Bulgarian woman living in Greece, for her point of view on the snap poll that is being held on the country on January 25.
It would have been better if a broader discussion had taken place on the potential replacing of Ukraine by Turkey as a transit country for Russian gas supplies to Europe, the EU energy chief has opined.
Economists and financial experts in Bulgaria have described the country's decision to renew Eurozone negotiations as rather a step in the right direction.
Britain's outgoing Ambassador to Sofia Jonathan Allen has praised Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov for having "a flair" despite not being a professional politician.
A controlled crisis in the Balkans would give bargaining chips to Russian President Vladimir Putin and distract attention away from Ukraine, Ivan Krastev, chairman of Sofia-based NGO Centre for Liberal Strategies, has opined.
The attack on Charlie Hebdo has nothing to do with questioning the limits of freedom of speech.
Novinite has asked the ambassadors with whom it has cooperated over the past twelve months to briefly assess what 2014 was like for Bulgaria.
France will be bolder and more active in its policies against radical Islam, the country's ambassador to Bulgaria Xavier Lapeyre de Cabanes said on Thursday.
Armed attacks against media outlets like Wednesday’s shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo are often being carried out by radically-minded people who aren’t necessarily affiliated to a specific terrorist organization, Bu
The problem with Islam is not just fundamentalist, but also fundamental, the well-known Bulgarian journalist Ivo Indzhev told Novinite after the attack on France's satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Bulgaria's Banker weekly has published an interview with Tsvetan Vasilev, majority owner of KTB AD, headlined "Vivacom is a tasty bite for political hyenas".
Above is a selection of fresh political gaffes to which Bulgaria's political elite gave birth in 2014.
At a first glance the militant group Islamic State's gains in Syria and Iraq caught the world by surprise.
Novinite's team is publishing brief daily comments about major events that have taken place in Bulgaria and abroad this year.
The instability of the ruling BSP-DPS majority in the 42nd National Assembly, the anti-government protests that lasted for a whole year, and the low public confidence in the institutions, led to the resignation of the Oresharski Cabinet and early parliame
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