“Ostavka” (resignation) and “cherveni boklutsi” (red trash) are terms often heard around Bulgaria these days, in the context of the ongoing anti-government protests.
Bulgaria’s capital Sofia has recently witnessed occupation of university buildings that have breathed new life into the anti-government movement. But students, citizens and journalists are sharply divided over how right and efficient this type of protest
The statements made by the French Minister of Internal Affairs Manuel Valls, claiming that the Bulgarian /and Romanian / Roma citizens currently residing on French territory, should be expelled from the state as they have a "totally different lifestyle co
While politicians and public figures in Bulgaria are busy speculating as to whether the country should become directly involved in the Syria crisis, a report by the AFP made in the Balkan country has gone across world media, including Arab ones.
A puzzling anti-immigrant hysteria is brewing on the Old Albion.
Or how to reconcile WikiLeaks cables with formal praise from the US government...
A sunny November afternoon.
A while ago, a song "Our Police Is Guarding Us," performed by a close friend of Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov, caused mass ridicule in Bulgaria.
The Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church has been adamant recently in its attempts to persuade the government that the introduction of religious education in the core curriculum of Bulgarian schools is necessary.
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