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A new bridge over the River Danube between Romania and Bulgaria has been officially opened after a delay of more than two years caused by construction problems.
Activists in all the countries of the region are joining what some call the biggest demonstration in human history – the '1 Billion Rising' event - a dance aimed at raising awareness of violence against women.
Bulgaria and Macedonia have made progress in improving relations, the Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, says, months after his country blocked Macedonia’s EU bid.
In a bid to boost the economy, Bulgaria has passed a law further easing the process of granting citizenship to foreign investors.
UK Immigration Minister says Britain will not be a "soft touch" for migrants from Bulgaria and Romania once the remaining curbs on working in Britain expire.
A south-east Europe press freedom group has raised concerns about political pressure and hate speech directed against media across the Balkans in recent months.
Demonstrators angry about escalating bills reportedly threw snowballs at Bulgaria’s economy and energy minister Delyan Dobrev.
Bulgarian nationalist party takes government to task for blaming pro-Iranian militants for last year’s terror attack in Burgas.
Prime Minister says those responsible for last year’s terror attack on Israeli tourists in Burgas ‘will pay price’.
As Bulgaria prepares to issue its eport on the last year's terror attack in the Black Sea resort of Burgas, an Australian national has emerged as a suspect.
Official talk of restricting the rights of Bulgarians and Romanians to claim benefits in Britain next year has the governments junior party worried.
Opposition Socialists urge Prime Minister Boyko Borisov to resign over Tuesday's gangster-style attempted assassination of a crime boss in Sofia.
A new report on media freedom by Reporters Without Borders has ranked Serbia best in the Balkans - though the outlook for the region generally remains cloudy.
Bulgarians voted in favour of building a new nuclear power station but the referendum failed to achieve a high enough turnout to make it valid.
The European Commission is referring Bulgaria to the EU Court of Justice over the way it assigned its digital broadcast spectrum.
A Sofia court ordered pre-trial detention for a man who aimed a gun at a top ethnic Turkish politician during a party conference on live television.
A slew of official investigations, accusations and counter-accusations have dominated a campaign in which the former ruling GERB party has maintained its poll lead.
No political decision has been made to revive the abandoned Belene nuclear power plant project, Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister Dragomir Stoynev said on Monday.
All Balkan contestants in the semi finals on Tuesday failed to qualify for Eurosong. Macedonia and Albania are still hoping they will qualify on Thursday show in Malmo.