ARCHIVE - 10 November 2012

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Food Prices in Bulgaria Are Tamed - Minister

Food prices in Bulgaria have marked only a slight raise since the end of summer, according to Bulgarian Minister of Agriculture and Foods Miroslav Naydenov.

Business | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 19:09

Bulgaria's Pensioners Could Get Christmas Bonuses - FinMin

Bulgarian pensioners could get bonuses for Christmas if the state budget performance for November is positive, stated Bulgarian Minister of Finance Simeon Djankov.

Business » Finance | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 15:09

President: Bulgaria Govt Must Give More Info on South Stream

Bulgaria's government must give citizens and other institutions more detailed information regarding the South Stream gas pipeline project Bulgaria participates in, according to President Rosen Plevneliev.

Business » Energy | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 18:44


Bulgaria FinMin: Some Countries Could Leave Eurozone

Some countries could well leave the eurozone, but this does not affect its viability, argued Bulgarian Minister of Finance Simeon Djankov.

Politics » Bulgaria in EU | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 16:40

Watson: Rightists Shouldn't Accept Berlusconi, Basescu, Borisov

Leaders such as Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov make the European People's Party weaker, argued European Liberals president Graham Watson.

Politics » Bulgaria in EU | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 16:00

Stanishev: 23 Y after, Authoritarianism Is Back in Bulgaria

Authoritarian rule is on its way to entrench itself in Bulgaria 23 years after the transition to democracy that started Novemer 10, 1989, said PES and Bulgarian Socialist Party leader Sergey Stanishev.

Politics » Domestic | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 17:16

Bulgaria's Chief Prosecutor Snubs Tained Judge

Bulgaria's prosecution will not investigate who submitted the signal that tained constitutional judge elect Veneta Markovska, stated Bulgarian interim Chief Prosecutor Boyko Naydenov.

Politics » Domestic | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 11:35


Glitch Leaves Parts of Bulgarian Capital without Heating

A failure in the network has left a part of central Sofia, as well as districts north of the center, without central heating Saturday evening.

Society | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 18:21

7 Kids Detained for Squatting in Bulgaria

7 teenagers have been detained in Bulgarian capital Sofia overnight for moving into an abandoned house.

Society | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 14:31

Bulgarian Interim Patriarch Kiril Takes Over Sofia Bishopric

Varna metropolitan bishop Kiril will serve as interim Sofia metropolitan bishop, in addition to being the interim head of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church.

Society | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 14:06

Unenthusiastic Bulgaria Marks 23 Years since Communism Collapse

Bulgarians mark on November 10 the 23rd anniversary of the overthrow of the communist regime without festivities and with lack of enthusiasm that people from the other former Warsaw Pact countries would find hard to understand.

Society | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 13:21

Varna Bishop Kiril Chosen Interim Bulgarian Orthodox Patriarch

Varna metropolitan bishop Kiril has been elected as interim patriarch of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church by the Holy Synod at a special sitting Saturday.

Society | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 13:08

Bulgarian Orthodox Church to Choose Interim Patriarch

The Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church is sitting at an extraordinary council Saturday to elect its interim head after the passing of Patriarch Maxim.

Society | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 10:27


Brilliant Berbatov Scores 2 for Fulham in 3:3 Arsenal Draw

Fulham Bulgarian forward Dimitar Berbatov was instrumental for the team's dramatic comeback as guests for Arsenal Saturday.

Sports | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 19:44


Nephew Arrested for Gruesome Businessman Murder in Bulgaria

The nephew of the recently murdered Bulgarian businessman Borislav Enev has been detained Saturday on suspicions of having perpetrated the act, informed the local police.

Crime | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 17:50

Bulgarian Customs Nab Bootleg Alcohol Workshops

Bulgarian customs officers from Silistra in the north east have broken two alcohol bootlegging distilleries in a local village.

Crime | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 11:04


CIA Head Petraeus Resigns over Affair with Biographer

CIA director David Petraeus has filed his resignation over an extramarital affair that surfaced just days ago.

World | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 12:25

Terror Attack by Rebels Kills 20 Syrian Army Officers

At least 20 officers of the Syrian army have been killed in a terrorist attack against a military club in the city of Deraa.

World | November 10, 2012, Saturday // 12:02
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