Bulgaria is in the grip of a new fuel supply crisis.
On Tuesday, the Bulgarian cabinet of Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, expectedly survived a third no-confidence vote with the help of several renegade MPs and the nationalist Ataka party, despite the latter's laud, recent threats of being in opposition.
The most useless - though undoubtedly headline - piece of news from Bulgaria Wednesday was the temporary shut-down by authorities of largest oil producer in the country, Lukoil Neftochim.
As a Bachelor in Scandinavian Studies, I am far from perceiving Norway as just one of those magical countries of fairytales and welfare.
One day ago, the European Commission published its always hysterically anticipated monitoring report on Bulgaria's judicial reform, the fight against corruption and organized crime.
Over the course of a single week, two dead bodies were discovered in the very downtown of Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
Investing in stadiums and major sport halls is an excellent idea, since they keep the population healthy, Bulgaria's Finance Minister Simeon Djankov has stated on at least two occasions.
Last Friday, the long-delayed and keenly expected bill that would allow for the State to confiscate illegally acquired assets of people under investigation or on trial, but without a conviction, misfired in plenary hall when only 71 Members of Parliament
A Bulgarian saying goes "You are most human when you travel".
An interesting initiative of Bulgarian Facebook users has caught public attention – in just one week 30 000 Bulgarians rallied behind an event entitled "A Day without Boyko Borisov", the Bulgarian Prime Minister.
The first time Bulgaria's Tsvetana Pironkova really, really made global sports headlines (not to disparage her prior successes, of course) was Wimbledon 2010 when she beat Venus Williams in the quarter-final to become the first Bulgarian ever to play a se
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
Potentially Defective Aluminum was used by All Car Manufacturers in Japan