The latest case of Bulgarian police brutality sent shockwaves throughout society, NGOs, and the opposition.
Monday, January 23, 2012, was a pretty exciting day in Bulgaria for a number of reasons.
You might have been led to believe that some sort of discrimination scandal erupted in Bulgaria a few days ago.
The dead body of a Bulgaria teen, Miroslava Nikolova, 17, was found by the police in the suburbs of the western city of Pernik last Thursday after two months of active search, which involved the information systems of Schengen and Interpol.
Bulgaria's Customs Agency awarded Monday to the Lukoil Neftochim refinery in the Black Sea city of Burgas protocols certifying compliance of its measuring equipment with state requirements.
Two missing people were found dead within two days, leaving Bulgaria petrified.
A heavy snow storm hit Bulgaria last week, leaving villages and towns in the dark, cold and dry, blocked roads, traffic havoc, scores stranded in snow drifts, and a number of schools closed.
My brief comment today was going to be about Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's insulting treatment of archaeologists digging on the route of the Struma Highway – which might have resulted from Borisov's overexcitement after drawing a 10-year-old.
During the past summer outgoing Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov suggested that upon returning to the Bulgarian Socialist Party after the end of his second term, he will work for its opening up to "new and strong coalition partners.
In its January 2012 edition, a Bulgarian magazine published an interview with the country's Culture Minister Vezhdi Rashidov in which he made quite a controversial remark.
The tradition of the Head of State to great Bulgarians just minutes before the arrival of the New Year is one of the longest in the country.
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