An explosion and fighting have been reported near Yemen's defence ministry building in the capital Sanaa, BBC reported.
Former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi will be invited to run for the European Parliament on the ticket of a small, consеrvative and rather controversial party, currently out of parliament, it emerged on Thursday.
Silvio Berlusconi has been a constant fixture of Italian politics for decades, but, thanks to a fraud case verdict that effectively barred him from politics and placed him under house arrest, his time at the top may finally be over.
The Dutch parliament has voted with an overwhelming majority not to extend the restrictive regime for Bulgarian and Romanian workers later than January 1, 2014, despite strongly negative public sentiments.
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle has assured that the gates of Europe are still open for Ukraine.
Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister has expressed his satisfaction with the Readmission Agreement that is to be signed between EU and Turkey on December 16.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov threatened pro-European demonstrators with prosecution if they continued to violate the law.
Ognyan Zlatev, Head of the Representation of the European Commission in Sofia, is emphatically stressing EC has not accused specific individuals or political parties for the temporary freeze of EU funds.
Ukrainian PM Mykola Azarov has warned that administrations in the pro-European western parts of the country may end up being cut off from state budget.
Protesting pro-EU university students in the Ukrainian capital Kiev have destroyed security fences around the Ministry of Education and have occupied the building.
The second terminal at the Bulgarian airport in Sarafovo, near the Black Sea city of Burgas, was officially opened Wednesday.
A new report has predicted that at least 385,000 Romanians and Bulgarians will move to Britain over the next five years.
The City Hall of Bulgaria's second largest city of Plovdiv plans the construction of an ultra-modern bridge over Maritza river.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Oresharski firmly denied Wednesday reports of political purge of State servants who join antigovernment rallies.
The Bulgarian Parliament approved at first reading on Wednesday the amendments to the Gambling Act.
The temporary suspension of payments under the EU Operational Program "Environment" is the fault of ministers from Bulgaria's former GERB government.
Anti-government protesters toppled on Sunday evening a monument of Lenin in central Kiev....
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