Top 10 News for the Last 2 Weeks

Bulgaria Should Not Let More Migrants In, Orthodox Church Says

The Bulgarian Orthodox Church has announced it will help migrants who have arrived in Bulgaria, but has urged authorities not to let any more migrants in.

Society | September 25, 2015, Friday // 18:02

Parliamentary Committee Deputy Chair: Power Rates Cannot Drop Thanks to System Reserves

Although businesses in Bulgaria cancelled a protest scheduled for September 30 due to an increase in electricity prices for industrial consumers, their demands for a road map for reform in the energy sector remain in place.

Business » Energy | September 28, 2015, Monday // 11:11

Bulgaria Demands Access to Schengen Database amid Migrant Crisis

The quota system for migrant relocation is currently the only possible and right option for Europe, Deputy Prime Minister Meglena Kuneva has said.

Politics » Domestic | September 23, 2015, Wednesday // 13:53

Romania to Need Estimated EUR 20M to Host 6,350 Refugees for 10 Months

Romania would have to pay about EUR 20.3 million to host 6,350 refugees for 10 months, as the European Commission requires, according to

World » EU | September 21, 2015, Monday // 14:49

BILLA Celebrates 15th Anniversary in Bulgaria with Various Discounts, Prize Draws

In celebration of its 15th anniversary in Bulgaria and in order to reward the loyalty of its customers, BILLA is launching on Thursday a three-week period of activities which will include numerous discounts and prize draws.

Business | September 23, 2015, Wednesday // 14:43

Price of Natural Gas in Bulgaria to Drop by 14.26% as of October

Bulgaria’s energy watchdog has proposed a 14.

Business » Energy | September 24, 2015, Thursday // 00:07

Bulgarian Police Detains British Citizen for Stealing Forklift, Attacking Officers

Bulgarian police detained on Tuesday a 26-year-old British MMA fighter for stealing a forklift, crashing into two vehicles and attacking police officers in the Black Sea resort of Sunny Beach.

Society » Incidents | September 30, 2015, Wednesday // 10:11

Bulgaria MPs Back Constitutional Changes

Lawmakers in Bulgaria have given the green light to constitutional amendments which the ruling coalition says will strengthen and boost the independence of the judiciary.

Politics » Domestic | September 23, 2015, Wednesday // 13:16

Austria Has Sent Back 52 Migrants to Bulgaria This Year, Sofia Says

Bulgaria’s State Agency for Refugees said on Thursday that a total of 52 people have been sent back to the country by the Austrian authorities this year, BGNES reported.

Politics » Domestic | September 24, 2015, Thursday // 18:41

Bulgaria MPs Debating Constitutional Changes

Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Wednesday urged lawmakers to vote in favor of constitutional changes.

Politics » Domestic | September 23, 2015, Wednesday // 12:04