Roads are substantially safer in the EU than they were 15 years ago, but the west-east divide is not closing.
With his third ascent to power, an adaptable Boyko Borissov seems to embrace yet another role.
Returning centrist premier Borisov may have his hands full as country looks ahead to its EU presidency.
Nationalist, anti-immigrant coalition expected to join old pro Boyko Borisov's cabinet.
Country racks up some of the worst air quality stats in the EU, along with other eastern members.
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.
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