Bulgaria’s youth unemployment rate was 28.1% in 2012, or the ninth highest in the European Union, according to Eurostat.
Bulgarian Defense Minister Angel Naydenov said Friday the government’s resignation is not on the agenda – despite dozens of thousands protesting against it for four weeks now.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski has reiterated that the Trakiya highway connecting the capital Sofia and the Black Sea city of Burgas would not be ready for launch until Monday, July 15.
Controversial Bulgarian ultranationalist leader Volen Siderov has once again condemned the popular anti-government protests in the country, accusing France and Germany of attempting to impose “colonial slavery” on the country.
Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetlin Yovchev has ruled out early elections as a way out of the political turmoil.
Bulgaria’s former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov (2009-2013) has demanded that the brand new Trakiya highway be immediately launched.
The first clashes and escalation of tensions occurred on the evening of the 28th day of Bulgaria's protest rallies against the Socialist-endorsed government of Prime Minister, Plamen Oresharski.
The Members of the Bulgarian Parliament became Friday subjects to a second "joke" attack with short text messages, SMS, coming from "Peevski" and signed by "Delyan.
The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), has expressed concern over pressure on journalists in Bulgaria, including a number of recent attacks.
The Varna Bishopric has been shaken by turmoil shortly after the funeral of its late metropolitan Kiril.
Thirty six people remain hospitalized after the Thursday head-on collision between two buses in the Ukraine, one of which was Bulgarian-owned.
Scores of Bulgarians are protesting once again Friday near the home of former Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, in the Sofia suburb of Bankya.
Bestselling US novelist David Baldacci has created in his book The Forgotten the character of a Bulgarian ranger nicknamed Mecho (Bear) after speaking to a Bulgarian journalist.
Bulgarian football club Levski Sofia have fired coach Nikolay Mitov after the team’s surprising defeat at the hands of Kazakhstan’s Irtysh Pavlodar in the first qualifying round of UEFA Europa League.
Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov booked his place in the semifinals of the Swedish Open by defeating world No.
A Bulgarian mother of two, who is awaiting a court ruling on whether to be handed over to US justice and face nearly 70 years in prison, says she is not gripped by fear because she is innocent.
The Mayor of Sofia, Yordanka Fandakova, has sent to the Sofia City Prosecutor's Office the requested written statement on allegations that the anti-government protest rally had prevented an ambulance from accessing a main boulevard.
The Sofia City Prosecutor's Office has requested from the City Hall to provide a written statement on allegations that the anti-government protest rally had prevented an ambulance from accessing a main boulevard.
The condition of the six-year-old child who was injured in the horrific crash on Tsarigradsko Shose Blvd in Sofia late on Wednesday is worsening, according to doctors.
Iveta Cherneva is a Bulgarian author focusing on security policy, human rights and sustainability, who has worked for numerous international institutions and think-tanks. Right now, she is “attending, blogging and inspired by the Bulgarian June protests.
Fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden has met human rights groups and lawyers at a Moscow airport, in his first appearance in three weeks.
The statement has been issued via WikiLeaks
American intelligence leaker Edward Snowden is due to hold a meeting with human rights groups Friday, the press service for Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport said.
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