Long-serving, pro-EU prime minister wins Bulgarian elections, but might need support of populist, anti-migrant party.
Barricades embody many Bulgarians’ fury with Ankara over alleged meddling in next weekend’s election.
Turkish president used the Srebrenica massacre to rile the Netherlands, while Bulgaria braces for possible refugee influx from Turkey.
Some Central and Eastern Europeans fear ending up on the periphery of the EU.
The intricate ethnic mosaic of the Balkans comes up for debate – with help from a U.S. congressman.
Socialist president names a centrist cabinet to oversee run-up to third early elections since 2013.
Two British women set out to add color and creativity to the lives of children in a large refugee center.
Bucharest busts cybercrime gang, sentences Israeli for intimidating corruption agency head; two Bulgarian ministers face charges.
‘We lost a lot by more or less declaring Russia our enemy,’ says front-runner in contest to replace pro-Western head of state Plevneliev.
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