ARCHIVE - 6 July 2013
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Russian gas giant Gazprom's CEO Alexey Miller is to make a one-day trip to Bulgarian capital Sofia Monday to discuss the developments of the joint South Stream natural gas pipeline project.
Bozhidar Lukarski has been elected chair of rightist Bulgarian party Union of Democratic Forces Sunday following the resignation of leader Emil Kabaivanov.
Recordings have surfaced of a new physical face off between MPs from controversial Bulgarian nationalist party Ataka and journalists trying to inteview them.
Bulgaria's ethnic Turkish citizens need a new political party alternative to the liberal Movement for Rights and Freedoms
Scores of Bulgarians have assembled in a pro-government rally in front of the National Palace of Culture in capital Sofia.
Saturday is the so-called "day of reflection" ahead of Sunday's runoff at mayor elections in Bulgaria's third-largest city, Varna.
Former Bulgarian ruling party GERB could table a no-confidence vote against the cabinet of PM Plamen Oresharski, said GERB leader and former Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov.
Controversial Bulgarian banker Tsvetan Vasilev and former rightist leader Ivan Kostov are behind the emerging project for a new Bulgarian rightist party, according to former PM Boyko Borisov.
A failure in a major power distribution station has left large parts of the Bulgarian town of Samokov and the nearby Borovets mountain resort without electricity Saturyday evening.
July 6, 2013, Saturday // 18:32
Saturday and Sunday protests in Bulgaria will take place under the "Global March to Dignity" banner that unites protest movements across the world.
July 6, 2013, Saturday // 14:09
Local politician Yanko Stanev is reported to have been detained for vote buying in Bulgaria's third-largest city Varna Saturday, just one day ahead of the runoff in early mayor elections in the city.
July 6, 2013, Saturday // 18:18
A Macedonian citizen has been detained in Bulgarian capital Sofia on an international arrest warrant after escaping from serving a sentence in prison.
July 6, 2013, Saturday // 13:13
Bulgaria's president has said another early election should take place to deal with daily anti-government street protests.
Bolivia has joined Venezuela and Nicaragua in granting political asylum to former CIA agent officer Edward Snowden.
July 6, 2013, Saturday // 19:14
Syria's united opposition has chosen Saturday Ahmad Assi Jabra for its new president, report world agencies.
July 6, 2013, Saturday // 17:15
Turkish Parliament Speaker Cemil Cicek has started urgent consultations with the leaders of parliamentary parties regarding the drafting and adoption of a new constitution for the country.
July 6, 2013, Saturday // 15:29
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has officially stated his country is granting political asylum to former CIA agent Edward Snowden.
July 6, 2013, Saturday // 12:58
Turkish Foreign Affairs Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has conducted a series of phone conversations with foreign counterparts regarding the military deposition of Egypt president Mohammed Morsi.
July 6, 2013, Saturday // 11:57
It would be a historical mistake to bring to the court former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi, according to Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who also spoke against Morsi's deposition.
July 6, 2013, Saturday // 10:10
Bulgaria's BSP-DPS Cabinet Resigns
Bulgaria's 2014 Interim Cabinet
Bulgarian President Turns 1st Sod on Scientific and Tech Park in Sofia
Bulgaria's New Environment Minister 'Has No Degree' from Munich
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