By Ivelina Puhaleva A unique archeological finding of a solid gold mask a couple of months ago stirred the world and rocketed Bulgarian pride of its history to unknown heights.
A sun-kissed, happy face in the middle of the sparkling turquoise surge - that's the picture one gets while talking over the phone to Australian Cindy Budai. It may come as a surprise that Cindy is not bathing in the warm Pacific waters, nor getting sun-
By Milena Hristova A day before the International Olympic Committee (IOC) spells the fate of its Bulgarian member, Bulgaria has at its disposal a scandalous BBC documentary and the assurance that its name will be cleared.
By Milena Hristova A shopska salad with a glass of rakiya has long been the epitome of Bulgarian hospitality, while its touted role of a flawless trouble-shooter - a standing joke among Bulgarians themselves.
By Milena Hristova From the little news that emerges from small Bulgaria a group of women entered the broadcasts with a voice that overcame the clamor raging in the last days of the local elections campaign.
By Nadya Dimitrova "Why should I stay in Bulgaria? What could I possibly do here?" This is what Martina, a 21-year old student, said when I asked her whether she sees her future in Bulgaria.
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