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.
Bulgaria is the EU Country with the Largest Number of Women in the IT Sector
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Sold its Assets and Contracts in Bulgaria