Vilnius Summit Moves Ex-Soviet States West, Ukraine Ties with Moscow

European leaders have gathered in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius for the Eastern Partnership Summit (November 28-29). Ukraine, which was expected to sign an Association Agreement with the EU, decided to pull out of the deal last week....

November 29, 2013, Friday

Latvia Supermarket Roof Collapse Kills Over 30

The death toll from the collapse of a roof at a supermarket in Latvia's capital has climbed to 33. The death toll is expected to keep rising as there are still people trapped inside. ...

November 22, 2013, Friday

Protesters Try to Storm Parliament Building in Sofia On Tuesday 12 November

Protesters tore down the metal railings, seeking to get as close to the Parliament building as possible, while riot police was pushing them back in the evening of Tuesday. Later on Tuesday night the railings were back in place and clashes between the police and the protesters in front of the Parliament have been ceased. ...

November 13, 2013, Wednesday

Bulgarian Students Protest In Front Of Parliament

Students gathered on the adjacent square to the Parliament and sat down together in a peaceful ‘OCCUPY’ protest on Tuesday, November 12th. Surrounded by riot Police the students blocked traffic in the streets nearby the Parliament. ...

November 12, 2013, Tuesday

Bulgarian Students Occupying Lecture Halls In Various Universities

Friday, November 8th marks the 17th consecutive day of the “OCCPY” protest campaign against the current Bulgarian government. Students from Bulgaria's “OCCUPY” protest movement spend their time in discussions, guitar playing and poster preparation. ...

November 8, 2013, Friday

Film & Theater Academy Students Stage Anti-Govt Flash Mob in Sofia

Students from Bulgaria's National Academy for Theater and Film Arts in Sofia blocked traffic for a third day in a row on Friday morning in an anti-government protest. The street performance on Friday, November 1 was a tribute to National Enlighteners Day on which all those committed to culture and education, including historical figures and present-day enlighteners are honored in Bulgaria....

November 1, 2013, Friday

Bulgarian Students Abroad Supporting ‘OCCUPY’ Protest Movement

Bulgarian students studying in foreign universities in Europe and USA are posting photos on Facebook in support of the “occupy universities” protest movement in Bulgaria, informs

October 31, 2013, Thursday

'Anonymous' Protest Rallies against the Bulgarian Government

Several thousand Bulgarian youngsters organized by the Anonymous hacktivists staged rallies in Sofia, Varna, and Blagoevgrad demanding an end to the rule of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and the GERB party as well as a new political and social government model for Bulgaria....

November 5, 2012, Monday

International Survey: Bulgaria-Austria

A photo story on the "International-Survey: Bulgaria-Austria" of (Sofia News Agency) and Novinite....

March 19, 2012, Monday

Hilton Sofia - Photo Gallery

A photo presentation of the Hilton Sofia hotel for the "Investors of the Decade" Business Survey of (Sofia News Agency) and Novinite....

February 26, 2012, Sunday

2011 Personalities in the News Award Ceremony - &

Bulgaria's "Personalities in the News" for 2011 – who were selected by you, our readers from around the world – have received their awards at a special ceremony in Sofia. Three of the four winners of the "Personality in the News" title for 2011 – Mrs....

February 7, 2012, Tuesday

Bulgaria in Pictures: 2011

January 6, 2012, Friday

The Opening of Bulgaria's Museum of Socialist Art

A "Museum of Socialist Art" - exhibiting artwork from Bulgaria's communist period (1944-1989) - was formally opened in the Bulgarian capital Sofia on Monday, September 19, 2011. The museum was inaugurated by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, Finance Minister Simeon Djankov, and Culture Minister Vezhdi Rashidov....

September 19, 2011, Monday

Hurricane Irene Pummels US East Coast

As of 10 am Eastern Time Sunday, the death toll on the US eastern coast had risen to 10 as Hurricane Irene continued to move into the New York City area and towards New England. Five of the deaths came in the state of North Carolina, three others in Virginia and one each in Maryland and in Florida....

August 28, 2011, Sunday
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