1. Why have Bulgarian caretaker Ministers engaged in a flurry of interviews instead of doing what needs to be done?
Bulgaria's crumbling is escalating – attack on party leader, shootout in downtown Sofia, kidnapping, wave of suicides, massive, endless rallies against poverty, monopolies, mafia, stagnation and corruption, rotting the State for 23 years, unprecedented se
When 36-year-old Bulgarian Plamen Goranov set himself on fire amid massive protests against the rampant corruption and desperate poverty in the country last month, local authorities employed a familiar PR tactic.
What usually happens when a country's government resigns as a result of mass protests triggered by poverty, corruption and a lack of social justice? An opposition party wins the elections.
"Polenta doesn't explode" is the gnomic phrase people in this part of Europe use to describe their attitude of resigned acceptance.
Previously classified documents from the 90s, just published by the independent site for investigative journalism Bivol.
As EU discourse in the UK reached absurd pitches with the government fanned anti-immigrant craze, an equally absurd solution might appear logical.
Payner Media, the Bulgarian chalga music factory, has given up a project awarded BGN 3197324 in EU funds and BGN 287735 in national co-financing.
3.997,4,5.5,6.3,10.2....Nope, these aren't lottery numbers but alleged price tags (EUR billions) for Bulgaria's Belene NPP.
Ahmed "Falcon" Dogan, chieftain of Bulgaria's liberal-ethnic-Turkish "Movement for Rights and Freedoms" (DPS), survived an assassination attempt.
As I somberly marked one year since the death of Teodora Zaharieva, the first Bulgarian who dared to wage a battle against the apathy and carelessness of the state towards cancer patients, the story of a young cancer-stricken lady shocked me.
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