Middle Eastern migrants and refugees in Bulgaria are proving an unexpected boon to the country’s fast-growing IT sector.
European Court of Auditors has disclosed that the two countries became members despite its recommendation to wait.
Nuclear plant deal was scrapped three years ago amid fears of Moscow’s energy dominance over Europe.
Bulgaria may detain migrants in gated centers after violent incidents in one of the country’s refugee centers.
Western envoys have often played the role of gadfly in Bulgarian affairs, to good effect.
Talks to continue on possible Iranian purchase of Russian-made equipment for a defunct Bulgarian nuclear plant.
Deposed in 1946 by the Communist takeover, only to become prime minister more than half a century later, the last Bulgarian monarch is still leading a busy life.
In an attempt to save costs and increase transparency, agencies can only procure customized software for which the source code is made freely available to the public.
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