Bulgaria's economy expanded by a mere 0.1% in the fourth quarter in comparison with the previous one, preliminary figures show.
Bulgaria's consumer price inflation quickened further in January on the back of higher spending for heating, electricity and transport, data of the statistics office showed on Thursday.
Greece, Albania and Italy have signed an intergovernmental agreement on Wednesday to build the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) to deliver Azerbaijani gas to Europe.
Asked to comment on the growing public discontent in Bulgaria with high power bills and the proposed solutions to the problem, Finance Minister Simeon Djankov has suggested that after nationalization comes GULAG.
Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov has informed that his colleagues from the Supreme Administrative Prosecutor's Office had entered the premises of the State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR) and requested documents on electricity prices.
Bulgaria's new national tourism logo, which has been widely criticized for its design, and was found to be mimicking Kyrgyzstan's, will be remodeled till "it's to the public's liking", Bulgarian Economy Minister Delyan Dobrev promised.
Bulgaria's government is considering its options for opening a Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Spain, Bulgarian Culture Minister Vezhdi Rashidov said after meeting Spanish Ambassador in Sofia H.E. Jose Luis Tapia.
The Palestinian Hamas parliamentary delegation that arrived in the Bulgarian capital Sofia on Wednesday was not invited by the Bulgarian government, it was made clear on Thursday.
Macedonian Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki has accused the Bulgarian authorities of deluding the Bulgarian public about the existence of "anti-Bulgarian propaganda" in the former Yugoslav republic.
EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding has warned that it will not be possible for Britain to restrict the freedom of movement of Bulgarians and Romanians when transitional controls are lifted.
The founder of Bulgarian whistleblowing website Bivol.bg have addressed a petition to the European Parliament to draw its attention to Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's alleged murky past.
France, a long-term opponent of Turkish EU accession, has softened its stance, saying it wants to give a new impetus to EU-Turkey relations.
Yuliana Ivanova, the new Chair of Bulgaria's State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR), has admitted publicly to being the owner of an online store selling cigarettes illegally.
Following an hour-long debate, Bulgarian MPs rejected a proposal to introduce a possibility for interpretation in other languages during election campaigns.
The Bulgarian government must assume the moral responsibility for the Nazi death camp deportation of ethnic Jews from the regions of Thrace and Macedonia regardless of the fact that Bulgaria saved its almost 50 000 Jews, according to Shalom, the major NGO
The pair of Bulgarian journalists who run anonymous leaking site BalkanLeaks say they have received threats after releasing secret documents exposing Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's alleged mafia past.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov was not a secret police informant during the 1990s, according to his former girlfriend, top banker Tsvetelina Borislavova.
Bulgaria's Prosecutor's Office has requested a 12-year prison sentence for Evelin Banek, aka Brendo, known as one of Bulgaria's top money launderers and drug smugglers.
Lebanese authorities have stated that none of the two suspects in last year's bus bombing in the Bulgarian city of Burgas have entered Lebanon legally, according to L'Orient-Le Jour.
Oktay Enimehmedov, the man who pointed a gun to the head of ethnic Turkish leader Ahmed Dogan, has accused the former leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) party of inciting hatred between Bulgarians and Turks.
One of the leaders of a protest over the high electricity bills in Bulgaria's Black Sea city of Varna, Ivan Petrov, has been stabbed in the back late on Wednesday.
Yuliana Ivanova, the new Chair of the State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR), has turned out to be the owner of an online store selling cigarettes illegally.
WikiLeaks may have faded from the headlines, but in a corner of Eastern Europe, a copycat is playing out the secret-spilling site's saga again.
or would rather go to Germany, ambassador Konstantin Dimitrov tells Melanie McDonagh
From Birmingham Airport it will take travelers 6 hours including a stop and 2,173 km to reach Vrazhdebna Airport in Sofia, Bulgaria.
French authorities have stated that meat processing company Spanghero may have knowingly sold horsemeat labelled as beef.
The economic crisis, rather than Cyprus' decades-old divide, is expected to dominate the country's presidential elections on Sunday.
South African Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius has been arrested on suspicion of shooting dead his girlfriend at his home after mistaking her for an intruder.
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