Stein Erik Vellan will be named CEO of Telenor recently acquired Bulgarian operation, Globul, the company announced.
The South Stream gas pipeline remains a project of strategic importance for Bulgaria, Bulgarian Energy and Economy Minister Dragomir Stoynev has assured Russia.
Russian gas giant Gazprom's CEO Alexey Miller is to make a one-day trip to Bulgarian capital Sofia on Monday to discuss the developments of the joint South Stream natural gas pipeline project.
Tourism managers from Bulgaria, Romania and Moldova have established a new tourist route which targets Europeans, citizens of the former Soviet republics, as well as Bulgarians, Romanians and Moldovans.
The Ambassadors of Germany and France to Bulgaria, Matthias Hoepfner and Philippe Autie, have issued a joint statement on the current situation in the country, stressing that the voice of civil society must be heard and warning that the oligarchic model i
The Bulgarian Socialist Party has refused to back the demands of its coalition partner, the ultranationalist Ataka, to seek the impeachment of President Rosen Plevneliev.
Hristo Bozov, who came in second in Sunday's runoff election for Mayor of the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Varna, vowed on Monday to contest the elections result.
For the 24th consecutive day, thousands of Bulgarians assembled outside the Council of Ministers building in Sofia on Sunday evening to protest against the Socialist-led government of Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
Scores of Bulgarians, rallying daily in support of the embattled Socialist-backed cabinet, have joined calls for impeachment of the president.
Ivan Portnih, candidate of Bulgaria’s formerly ruling center-right party GERB, has won the battle for mayor of the coastal city of Varna by a slim margin.
Twente’s Bulgarian goalkeeper Nikolay Mihaylov is in contract talks with Italian side Fiorentina, according to Dutch media.
Gyunai Sefer and Mithat Tabakov, former MPs from the ethnic Turkish Movement for Rights and Freedoms party, DPS, have been sentenced to 10 and 11 years of imprisonment, respectively, for siphoning off funds earmarked for infrastructure projects in the nor
Renewable energy companies are a front for money laundering, according to a report of the Financial Intelligence Directorate of Bulgaria's State Agency for National Security (DANS) for 2012.
After years of legal battles, a Bulgarian woman who became the victim of an acid attack in Athens, has triumphed in court.
Czech prosecutors have asked the lower house of Parliament to lift the immunity of former Prime Minister Petr Necas, as he may face criminal charges.
China’s former Railways Minister has been sentenced to death for bribery and abuse of power in one of the country's highest-level corruption cases for decades.
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