Was he sleeping or was he texting? That was the question that triggered heated debates online as Bulgarians saw a picture of their prime minister, his head dropped to his chest, at the Nobel ceremony in Oslo.
A sign, albeit innocent at first sight, of Boyko Borisov's eroding popularity.
Small wonder rumors say he is planning to promote an ally to take over his post after next year's elections, while remaining on the sidelines as a parallel authority....
Mrs. Hristova, these are nice sweet words, but allow me to say, such a column would never be published in a news site because of the mediocre level.
I wonder why you journalists don't have the guts to do some investigative journalism. In your country, it must be a piece of cake to come to enormous results. If you really want to be a good journalist, and you have the guts to tackle corruption in order to improve your country, well, what are you waiting for? You have the power!
The GDP pro capita in BG is 1/9th of the one in West European countries. This also counts for the work of journalists.
Pls do something about it.
People sing as they arrive for the memorial service of late South African president Nelson Mandela at the First National Bank (FNB) Stadium, in Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa, 10 December 2013....
"What stormed out in Bulgaria during the last few months was a whirlwind of lies. On their basis a protest movement was organized - someone motivated people to come out in protest, to try to clash with police, to destroy ... read
A husband comes home late in the night. His wife starts yelling at him:
“Where the heck have you been?”