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Sofia: Fire in luxury hotel “Marinela”
A fire broke out in the basement in one of Sofia’s most famous luxury hotels on Saturday. Firefighters were trying to locate the source and contain the flames in Hotel […]
‘Die Welt’: “Why not go to Bulgaria, instead of Spain?”
German tourists are crazy about Spain. They always have been. “Vacation = Spain” is a formula many Germans do not want to ignore. On the other hand, a growing number […]
The sky is the limit: Wizz Air invades Varna Airport
Wizz Air has a new hub, at Varna Airport, and several new flight connections. This rather large expansion plan, announced in December of last year, was now implemented. A brand […]
Bulgarian Defence Minister has held talks with Russia on overhaul of MiG-29s
Bulgarian Defence Minister Krassimir Karakachanov has held talks with Russia’s RSK MiG about possible costs of the company overhauling 15 of the Bulgarian Air Force’s Soviet-made MiG-29 jet fighters. Karakachanov, […]
Better to ask forgiveness than permission: Bulgaria to ban new construction on Cape Kaliakra
Bulgaria’s Environment Minister Neno Dimov said on July 21 that the country has reached a settlement with the European Commission in relation to a conservation lawsuit that Bulgaria lost in […]
Bulgarian President Radev: Handling of jet fighter acquisition process ‘not the best signal’ abroad
Bulgarian President Roumen Radev has cited the handling of the fighter jet acquisition process as an example of how not to send the right signal to the country’s partners abroad. […]
Sofia: Street repairs on Boulevard Dondukov lead to more closures
The repairs of Sofia’s Boulevard Dondukov will be extended this weekend. Since the new tram tracks on Krakra Street are ready, they are supposed to be connected to new tracks […]
Quake hits Aegan Sea: At least two dead and 200 injured
At least two people were killed on the Greek Island of Kos and 200 were injured around the Aegan Sea, when a powerful seaquake hit the region last night. The […]
Bulgaria seized more than 600 000 fake goods at borders in 2016 – half that of 2015
Bulgaria seized 638 248 fake goods – articles violating intellectual property rights – at its borders in 2016, a number that is about the half the amount the country confiscated […]
Sofia: Green parking zone to be extended in October
On October 1, 2017, there will be Green Zones in Sofia’s quarters Losenets and Sredets as well, which means car owners will have to pay 1 Lev per hour for […]
US State Department report spells out Bulgaria’s efforts to counter terrorism
The Bulgarian government has worked to enhance its terrorism prevention and enforcement tools by adopting new and comprehensive counterterrorism legislation, and releasing a counter-radicalization strategy and national plan, the US […]
Bulgarian prosecutors file lawsuit over Corporate Commercial Bank collapse
Bulgaria’s prosecutor’s office said on July 20 that it has concluded its investigation into the collapse of the Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB) in 2014 and has filed a lawsuit in […]
Bulgarian MPs hold limit for cash payments at 10 000 leva
In a second-reading vote on July 20, Bulgarian MPs rejected a proposal by Prime Minister Boiko Borissov’s GERB party to halve the threshold for cash payments to 5000 leva. This […]
British tourist shot in leg in road rage incident near Bulgaria’s Sunny Beach
A former member of the Bulgarian military shot a British tourist in the leg during a dispute on the road near Bulgaria’s Black Sea resort of Sunny Beach, television station […]
The battle over a Bulgarian beach: Nudists vs the new tenant
Police have fined nudists at Bulgaria’s Delfin beach, a traditional clothing-optional strip for decades, in the latest episode of ongoing clashes between naturalists and the tenant of the beach who […]
Bulgaria awaits EC approval for Turkish Stream pipeline – PM
Bulgaria still hopes to secure Russian deliveries for its planned gas hub near Varna and is currently awaiting the European Commission’s decision on whether the country can build a direct […]
Bulgaria, Israel and Switzerland to help Montenegro fight forest fires
Bulgaria, Israel and Switzerland have responded to a call for help from Montenegro. Since Sunday, the country is trying to extinguish large wild fires on the Luštica peninsula at the Adriatic […]
Bulgarian MPs postpone amendments on opening up sale of farmland to foreigners
At the initiative of the opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party, all groups in the National Assembly except one have agreed to the withdrawal of legislative amendments intended at opening up the […]
Bulgarian traffic police want to use unmarked cars to catch dangerous drivers
Bulgarian traffic police want to use unmarked cars to get evidence against aggressive drivers, as a further step after mounting numerous patrols on motorways as the fatal summer driving season […]
‘BulgariaSat-1’: Bulgarian satellite ready to broadcast TV programmes
A communications Bulgarian-owned satellite will start broadcasting television signals to subscribers in Bulgaria and other regions in Europe within two weeks. ‘BulgariaSat-1’ was carried to space by a Falcon 9 […]
Bulgaria: Plane slides off runway at Bourgas Airport
A plane with 178 passengers on board slid off the runway at Burgas Airport right after touchdown on Tuesday. Nobody was injured. The aircraft owned by the airline Smartwings had […]
Tourism in Greece: Union strike looming at peak of summer season
Unions in Greece are threatening an official strike in the tourism sector. They cite exploitation and low wages as their main motives. A walkout of hotel personnel, waiters and other […]
Memorial service held at Bourgas Airport on fifth anniversary of July 2012 terrorist attack against Israelis
A solemn memorial gathering was held on July 18 at the monument at Bourgas Airport to the five Israelis and a Bulgarian who died in the terrorist attack at the […]
FDI in Bulgaria in January-May 2017 was 119.8M euro
Foreign direct investment in Bulgaria in the first five months of 2017 stood at 119.8 million euro, the equivalent of 0.2 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP), statistics […]
Bulgaria Constitutional Court asked to make binding interpretation in relation to CETA
Bulgarian President Roumen Radev said on July 18 that he asked the country’s Constitutional Court to issue a binding interpretation of constitutional provisions in relation to the Comprehensive Economic and […]
Drowning incidents at Bulgarian Black Sea coast: 140 deaths per year
On average, 140 people drown in Bulgaria every year. Most deadly incidents of this kind take place at the Black Sea. On Sunday, the body of an 11-year-old girl was […]
Fellow travellers: Russia, anti-Westernism, and Europe’s political parties
There is a large amount of ideological overlap between some European political parties and the Russian government. Significantly, these include parties considered to be ‘mainstream’ – it is not just […]
Arthur P. Nemitoff: An American Rabbi in Bulgaria
Arthur P. Nemitoff is Senior Rabbi of the Congregation B’nai Jehudah in his home town of Kansas City. On his home turf, he heads his congregation and provides services at […]
Bourgas terror attack: 5th anniversary commemoration ceremony to take place today
Exactly five years after the Bourgas terror attack, a commemoration in remembrance of the six victims will take place today. At Bourgas Airport, relatives of the victims and officials will […]
Bulgarian Defence Chief: No external interference in choosing new fighter jet
Bulgaria’s Defence Chief General Andrei Botsev has rejected allegations of external interference and corruption in the process towards choosing a new fighter jet for the Air Force, dismissing such claims […]

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