Bulgarian pensioners will not receive Christmas bonuses to their tiny retirement pensions in 2012, announced Bulgaria's PM Boyko Borisov Sunday.
Bulgaria's governmetnal anti-corruption agency BORKOR is working on a package of measures to counteract corruption in public procurement, said chair Eleonora Nikolova.
Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov will be present in Oslo at Monday's bestowal of the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize to the European Union.
Italian PM Mario Monti will file his resignation after the adoption of Italy's 2013 state budget, announced the office of the Italian President.
Socialist former Bulgarian PM Sergey Stanishev and his ancestors have contributed to Bulgaria's poverty, according to current PM Boyko Borisov.
Upcoming summer 2013 general elections in Bulgaria could well be unfair, given developments in the country, according to new Bulgaria for Citizens party vice-chair Yonko Grozev.
Bulgarian former PM and rightist Democrats for Strong Bulgaria party Ivan Kostov has spoken favorably of a coalition with the new Unity initiative of rightist MEP Nadezhda Neynsky.
A heavy snowfall has caused authorities closing down all crossing points between Bulgaria and Serbia for freight vehicles.
The heavy snowfall that engulfed much of South-Eastern and Central Europe over the weekend has claimed at least 9 lives.
Bulgaria's public hospitals have a total debt amounting to BGN 350 M, said Bulgarian Minister of Health Desislava Atanasova Sunday.
Fans of football team CSKA Sofia have attacked customers at the Sofia City Center shopping center in the Bulgarian capital Sunday.
Police in Poland has arrested a man for pouring red paint over an icon of Virgin Mary considered to be miracle working.
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