“Who killed Laura Palmer?” This is the question that drove "Peaksmania" throughout 1990 and 1991.
The autumn of 1993 is a memorable one for Bulgarian football.
Thousands of refugees have fled to Bulgaria via Turkey since the outbreak of the Syrian civil war and locals are getting more and more hostile.
Between 350 thousand and one million Bulgarians will be left without TV signal, because digital coverage won't reach them.
The latest quorum melodrama in the Parliament raised many eyebrows, with Bulgarians wondering if they can trust at all elected representatives.
Bulgaria's Ministry of Agriculture has proposed a way to aid local vegetable growers.
Europe's nationalist parties leaders Marine Le Pen of the French National Front party and Nigel Farage of the UK Independence party have attacked once again Bulgaria over its Roma citizens.
Visa requirements for Romanian citizens traveling to the US and Canada may be lifted.
Bulgaria’s embattled rulers seem to have finally got down to work – Socialists are revising their political program, new heads have been appointed at an endless series of state agencies.
The controversial Soviet Army monument in Bulgaria's capital Sofia made new headlines in leading international media as it was painted again in honor the 45th anniversary of the crackdown on Prague's Spring.
Bulgaria’s economic environment should be made foreseeable for the business to operate, according to the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Italy’s police have unraveled a tax evasion scheme worth millions of euros. Italian companies relocated to Bulgaria and registered as owners elderly people who had no idea they had become company owners.
How can the Bulgarian state force wealthy Bulgarians to pay bigger social security contributions? Increase the upper earnings limit, this is the way to go.
The Members of the Bulgarian Parliament from the ruling majority sneakily masterminded Wednesday a plan to get rid of the "Volen Siderov's Ethics" problem.
The Balkans are protesting – Turkey, Greece, and now Bulgaria.
What sparked the protests in Turkey were plans to cut down trees in Taksim Square.
Volen Siderov, Bulgaria's nationalist chief, staged his latest dog and pony show on the day the nation reveres one of its most beloved sons.
Bulgaria is already in a position to cobble together a government that could ease concerns over its future, as soon as possible.
No matter what politicians say, one thing is for sure.
Are there any nationally responsible politicians left in Bulgaria? Over the next few days, we will know the answer to that important question.
Only four Bulgarian parties - those which got most discredited over the past decade thanks to corruption and links with the oligarchy - made it to parliament on Sunday.
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