Top 10 News for the Last 2 Weeks

Emergency Medical Teams Will Avoid Roma Districts unless their Safety Is Guaranteed

Bulgaria’s Health Minister Petar Moskov has warned that emergency medical teams will not respond to calls in Roma neighborhoods until their safety is guaranteed.

Society » Health | December 7, 2014, Sunday // 16:52

Putin Tells Erdogan He Is 'Fed Up with Bulgarians'

"I am fed up with Bulgarians. Having the West and the European Union and their back, they are challenging and opposing us," Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly told his Turkish counterpart.

Business » Energy | December 4, 2014, Thursday // 10:51

Food Prices In Russia Rise Considerably

The food prices in Russia have risen significantly, reports the Nezavisimaya Gazeta daily, quoting data of the Russian Statistics Service.

World » Russia | December 11, 2014, Thursday // 14:52

John Baird: Canada Is Preparing To Lift Visas for EU Citizens

Canada is changing its legislation in order to alleviate the visa regime and abolish visas for citizens of all EU countries, according to Foreign Minister John Baird.

Politics » Diplomacy | December 5, 2014, Friday // 19:37

Juncker: European Commission Will Tolerate No Blackmail over South Stream

Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, has assured Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov of the EU’s support for the country.

Politics » Bulgaria in EU | December 4, 2014, Thursday // 14:36

Standard & Poor's Downgrades Bulgaria to 'Junk' Status

Credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's cut Bulgaria’s sovereign credit ratingto BB+ from BBB- with a stable outlook.

Business » Finance | December 12, 2014, Friday // 21:02

Radical Islam Suspects to Remain Under Arrest, Bulgarian Court of Appeal Says

The Plovdiv Court of Appeal on Thursday upheld the decision of the Pazardzhik District Court to keep under arrest seven Bulgarian nationals accused of preaching radical Islam as there was risk they might commit further crimes.

Crime | December 4, 2014, Thursday // 17:50

US Gov't Invests USD 700 000 to Preserve St John Aliturgetos Church in Nessebar

US State Department is providing USD 700 000 to preserve and conserve a 14th Century medieval church, Saint John Aliguretos, in the ancient city of Nesebar, the US Embassy has announced.

Society » Culture | December 4, 2014, Thursday // 12:24

Donald Tusk: Bulgaria Well-Prepared to Join Schengen Zone

Bulgaria’s is well prepared to join the EU’s visa-free Schengen zone, European Council President Donald Tusk opined on Thursday.

Politics » Bulgaria in EU | December 4, 2014, Thursday // 21:26

Macedonia Unveils Proposal for New Coat of Arms

Macedonia's cabinet has put forward a proposal for a new state emblem set to replace the one Skopje has had for the past twenty-two years.

World » Southeast Europe | December 6, 2014, Saturday // 12:30