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The similar personalities of the two most prominent figures in Bulgarian politics could prove a valuable asset for their collaboration.
Risk of poverty is high in Balkans, Baltics, and southern Europe, while Slovenia and Czech Republic are doing better.
Country’s appalling record includes beatings and intimidation of journalists in an environment dominated by corruption.
A former Bulgarian soccer star has been making headlines for getting up on his soapbox about Catalonia’s independence.
A month has passed since the first school bells rang this fall in Bulgaria, but, for thousands of children, the academic year never started.
The lawmaker and a deputy prime minister accused of veiled threats against a TV host say they are victims of defamation campaign.
An interesting communist-era, TV-watching trend in the Balkans has its repercussions – even today.
Razgrad emerges from obscurity on the back of a local team’s international sporting success.
Sweden’s Gripen in the running to replace both countries’ Soviet-designed MiG-29s.
Bulgaria and Macedonia sign a historical treaty that could prove a key turning point in a region riddled with identity questions.