Previously completely ignored in Bulgaria, Halloween has enjoyed escalating popularity over the years as the country made a transition to Western-like lifestyle.
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In recent days, Bulgaria’s capital Sofia has witnessed occupation of university buildings that have injected new life into a persistent anti-government movement.
Interview of Novinite.com and Novinite.bg with Professor Ivan Ilchev, Ph.D. in history, president of Sofia University, the oldest and biggest higher education facility in Bulgaria.
Novinite.com interview with Veselin Vackov, regional director of the leading Czech media group MAFRA, publisher of the daily newspapers MF DNES, LIDOVÉ NOVINY and METRO and operator of internet portals, TV and radio stations.
"Look how we live in total misery. Years ago a man was murdered in our neighborhood and nobody paid attention, while now there are crowds of concerned people here because of one girl."
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.
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.
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.
Interview of Deutsche Welle with Tsvetan Vassilev, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Bulgaria's Corporate Commercial Bank, KTB.
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.
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