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2014: General Elections Resulted in Fragmented Parliament

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

Novinite Insider » Opinions | December 30, 2014, Tuesday // 17:52 | Viewed: 341

2014: The Year When Floods Hit Bulgaria

Novinite's team is publishing brief daily comments about major events that have taken place in Bulgaria and abroad this year.

Novinite Insider » Opinions | December 29, 2014, Monday // 17:08 | Viewed: 608

2014: How the Ukraine Crisis Began

The events in Ukraine threaten to turn into the most serious crisis that the world has faced in years.

Novinite Insider » Opinions | December 28, 2014, Sunday // 22:20 | Viewed: 659

2014: Disrespect for Labor Safety Claimed 15 Lives at Bulgaria's Gorni Lom Plant

On October 1 a deadly blast in the Midzhur ammunition factory in the village of Gorni Lom, north eastern Bulgaria, killed 15 workers – 13 men and two women.

Novinite Insider » Opinions | December 27, 2014, Saturday // 21:05 | Viewed: 453

2014: Immigrants Still Posing Challenge to Bulgarian Society

After the dramatic increase of the number of illegal immigrants arriving in Bulgaria in 2013, which caught the authorities totally unprepared, the situation in 2014 slowly improved.

Novinite Insider » Opinions | December 26, 2014, Friday // 14:29 | Viewed: 637

2014: The Attack on Bulgaria's Corpbank Leaves Everyone a Loser

Novinite's team is publishing brief daily comments about how 2014 unfolded in Bulgaria and elsewhere.

Novinite Insider » Opinions | December 25, 2014, Thursday // 13:33 | Viewed: 742

Drop in Oil Prices: Blessing for Some, Curse for Others

Novinite's team is publishing brief daily comments about how 2014 unfolded in Bulgaria and elsewhere.

Novinite Insider » Opinions | December 24, 2014, Wednesday // 16:40 | Viewed: 675

South Stream: Opaque Deal Falling Through

Novinite's team is publishing brief daily comments about how 2014 unfolded in Bulgaria and elsewhere.

Novinite Insider » Opinions | December 23, 2014, Tuesday // 12:12 | Viewed: 807

Tsvetan Vasilev: I Expect of Court to Do Its Job on KTB with Precision

Tsvetan Vasilev ... courted and reviled, awarded and stigmatized, promoted and humiliated ...

Novinite Insider » Interview | December 22, 2014, Monday // 14:13 | Viewed: 3348

Seven EU Ambassadors Raise Concerns over Court Resignation Demands

The ambassadors of seven EU member states have called on Bulgarian magistrates to heed calls of judges at the Sofia City Court calling for top-level resignations.

Novinite Insider » Diplomatic Channel | December 22, 2014, Monday // 08:26 | Viewed: 1269

Bulgaria, the Most Faithful Satellite

Prime Minister Borisov must have already been an official guest of top European politicians more often within his five weeks in office than his elected predecessor, Plamen Oresharski, in the fourteen months he spent in office.

Novinite Insider » Opinions | December 16, 2014, Tuesday // 19:20 | Viewed: 2081

Chinese PM Li Keqiang: China to Propose Land-Sea Express Line to Europe

Written Interview with Media fromCentral and Eastern European CountriesLi Keqiang1.

Novinite Insider » Interview | December 15, 2014, Monday // 10:03 | Viewed: 3933

Vladimir Chukov: Free Syrian Army Will Carry Out Land Operation against Islamic State

Prof Chukov, you earlier said that the so-called "Bulgarians" fighting for IS were mostly people with Bulgarian consciousness.

Novinite Insider » Interview | December 11, 2014, Thursday // 17:25 | Viewed: 2210

Mikhail Gorbachev: EU, US Should Thaw Relations with Russia Despite Ukraine Tensions

The Soviet Union's last leader Mikhail Gorbachev has called on both Brussels and Washington to improve relations with Moscow despite tensions over Ukraine.

Novinite Insider » Opinions | December 10, 2014, Wednesday // 12:10 | Viewed: 1067

Iliyan Vassilev: Russia Dropped South Stream for Economic Reasons

The decision to abandon South Stream was prompted by Russia’s current economic difficulties as well as desire to focus investment on joint energy projects with China, Bulgaria's former ambassador in Moscow Iliyan Vassilev has said.

Novinite Insider » Opinions | December 4, 2014, Thursday // 17:23 | Viewed: 1102

Bulgarian Politicians Don't Believe South Stream Is Over

"We should concentrate and look into this, and if the project is as profitable as EUR 400 M a year, we should save it.

Novinite Insider » Opinions | December 3, 2014, Wednesday // 22:12 | Viewed: 787

Harri Salmi: I Encourage Bulgarian Authorities To Take Steps In Implementing Urgent Reforms

Novinite.com is interviewing the ambassadors of EU member states, Bulgaria's main trading partners and neighbouring countries. On the occasion of Finland's Independence Day on December 6, Novinite.com has also interviewed the country's ambassador to Bulga

Novinite Insider » Diplomatic Channel | December 3, 2014, Wednesday // 16:09 | Viewed: 9890

Jordan Kamchev: Bulgaria, Macedonia Should Perform Jointly on Western Balkans

An interview of Novinite.com with Jordan Kamchev, a Macedonian businessman , on the challenges ahead of Macedonia and its relations with Bulgaria.

Novinite Insider » Interview | December 3, 2014, Wednesday // 15:31 | Viewed: 3349

Nina Dyulgerova: Russia Playing Poker with South Stream to Shift EU Position

An interview of Novinite with prof.

Novinite Insider » Interview | December 2, 2014, Tuesday // 14:23 | Viewed: 1663

Hristo Kazandzhiev: Russia Might Curb Gas Supplies to Bulgaria over South Stream

Novinite.com and Novinite.bg have asked energy expert Hristo Kazandzhiev for a comment on Russian President Vladimir Putin's announcement that the South Stream gas pipeline project is coming to a halt.

Novinite Insider » Interview | December 2, 2014, Tuesday // 12:32 | Viewed: 1810