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Draining of oil spill shipwreck off Bulgaria’s Sozopol ‘could begin within days’
Draining of heavy fuel oil from the Mopang, the American vessel sunk off Sozopol in 1921 and the source of recent oil pollution, could begin on August 17, authorities in […]
After Genoa tragedy, Bulgarian PM calls for action to fix bridges
A day after the collapse of a motorway bridge in the Italian city of Genoa that cost at least 39 lives, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov ordered two of his […]
Opinion: Brexit has reached a dead end
The UK’s Brexit negotiations with the European Union are at an impasse — that’s according to Prime Minister Theresa May. In a letter to her own divided Conservative party, she […]
Archaeology: Child’s grave dating back 3000 years found at Bulgaria’s Ryahovets fortress site
Bulgarian archaeologists Ilian Petrakiev and Maya Ivanova have found a gravesite of a child that dates back more than 3000 years during excavations at the Ryahovets fortress site near Gorna […]
Bulgaria records 0.8% economic growth in Q2 2018 – flash estimate
Bulgaria’s economy posted 0.8 per cent growth in the second quarter of the year, the National Statistical Institute (NSI) said in a flash estimate on August 14. In real terms, […]
Bulgaria annual CPI records 3.5% inflation in July
Bulgaria’s annual consumer price index (CPI) recorded 3.5 per cent inflation in July, up 0.3 percentage points compared to a month earlier, as well as 0.7 per cent inflation on […]
State Agency for Bulgarians Abroad writes to expats asking them to come home
The State Agency for Bulgarians Abroad is conducting a letter-writing campaign to appeal to Bulgarian expatriates to return to the country. In an August 14 television interview, the agency’s head […]
Bulgaria among 22 European countries in ‘action week’ against child trafficking
Twenty-four suspects were arrested in an EU-wide “action week” against child trafficking, European police agency Europol said on August 14. The action week was held in 22 member states, among […]
Frontex: Irregular border crossings into EU dropped in first seven months of 2018
In the first seven months of 2018, the number of irregular border crossings into the EU via the top four migratory routes fell by 43 per cent from a year […]
Bulgarian government: ‘No danger’ to environment or tourists from Black Sea fuel spill
The situation regarding the heavy fuel oil spill in the region of Sozopol on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast is under control and there is no danger to the environment or […]
US Navy destroyer USS Carney enters Black Sea
The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Carney (DDG 64) entered the Black Sea on August 12 in order to conduct maritime security operations and enhance capability and interoperability with allies […]
Archaeology: Part of important Roman-era street, building façade found at Plovdiv site
Remnants of what was one of the most important streets in Philippopolis, the ancient name of Bulgaria’s second city Plovdiv, have been found by archaeologists examining the eastern part of […]
Bulgaria acts against heavy fuel oil spill from sunken ship off Sozopol
Special barriers have been placed in Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast off Sozopol after authorities were alerted that heavy fuel oil was leaking from the wreck of an American ship that […]
Steam train excursion to run in September 2018 as Bulgaria celebrates Independence Day
The municipality of Veliko Turnovo and Bulgarian state railways BDZ are to hold on September 23 a steam train excursion and a re-enactment of the 1908 event at which Prince […]
Bulgaria has lowest proportion of part-time workers in EU – Eurostat
Bulgaria had the lowest proportion in the European Union of part-time workers, at just two per cent, according to figures released on August 13 by EU statistics agency Eurostat. In […]
Plaque unveiled in Varna honouring Bulgarian sailors who took Jews to Holy Land
A plaque, placed by the Organization of the Jews in Bulgaria “Shalom”, has been unveiled in the port of Varna honouring the people of the city and the Bulgarian sailors […]
Why are police clashing with expats in Romania?
A crowd of up to 100,000 gathered before the seat of Romanian government in Bucharest on Friday to protest government corruption and demand early elections. Many of the protesters were […]
The Bulgarian possession: When ‘all property was theft’
An evening in the second half of the 1940s found two men sitting at a kitchen table in Plovdiv, arguing into the evening. One of the men was a communist, […]
Space for two Bulgarians: Communist fellow travellers
An April day in 1979 found Bulgaria’s first cosmonaut, Georgi Ivanov, high above the earth and facing a crisis quite as perilous as the American crew of Apollo 13 had […]
Ilinden Uprising controversy: Zaev in conciliatory signal to Bulgaria
Zoran Zaev has emphasised the “sincere friendship and co-operation” between his country and Bulgaria, in a move to clear away the controversy over his earlier statement that Ilinden–Preobrazhenie Uprising was […]
Bulgaria’s exports in the first half of 2018 slightly up – statistics institute
In the period January – June 2018 the value of all the goods exported from Bulgaria amounted to 25 569.4 million leva, an increase of 1.6 per cent compared with […]
Eye in the sky: Helicopter to assist in monitoring traffic to Bulgaria’s Black Sea
A special police operation to control traffic to Bulgaria’s Black Sea is being carried out on August 10, including the use of a Border Police helicopter to monitor motorways and […]
Bulgaria: The years when the cinema screen was red
As its election campaign theme song in 2005, the Bulgarian Socialist Party used a sped-up, danceable remix of the 1969 television series Na Vseki Kilometur. I was given a personal […]
Macedonian PM Zaev’s remarks on Ilinden Uprising raise hackles in Bulgaria
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov gave a rebuke on August 9 to his Macedonian counterpart Zoran Zaev, who had said at the weekend that the Ilinden–Preobrazhenie Uprising was a Macedonian […]
Clear skies forecast over Bulgaria for 2018 Perseid meteor shower
The weekend weather forecast for Bulgaria has more sunny weather and little cloud cover, which should offer starwatchers a clear view of the Perseid meteor shower peak on August 11-12. […]
EU approves 1.5M euro in technical support for Bulgarian judiciary
The European Commission has approved 1.5 million euro in funding for projects focused on reforms in the area of insolvency, with accompanying measures to reinforce the judicial infrastructure and the […]
Second line of Turkish Stream pipeline project over 45 per cent completed
The Turkish Stream natural gas pipeline project’s spokesperson Asli Esen said on Wednesday that its second line is over 45 percent completed. Esen told reporters that the giant construction vessel, […]
Serbs and Croats still segregated in Vukovar’s schools
Kristina Islentieva and Filip Rutko attend the same school. They have the same teachers. Yet they live in different worlds. They barely know each other. Serbian and Croatian children don’t […]
81km of Bulgaria’s new fence at Romanian border against African swine fever completed
Eighty-one kilometres of a wire fence being erected by Bulgaria at the Romanian border as a measure against African swine fever have been completed, the Agriculture Ministry in Sofia said […]
Sofia to host Second International Congress on World Civilisations and Historic Routes in November
Bulgaria’s Cabinet approved on August 8 a draft agreement between the country’s Tourism Ministry and the World Tourism Organization on the holding of the Second International Congress on World Civilisations […]

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