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bulgarian-postman-humbled-by-film-s-global-success-04-23-2017
24 Apr 17

Bulgarian Postman Humbled by Film’s Global Success

Tonislav Hristov’s film, ‘The Good Postman,’ about one man’s plan to resettle Syrian refugees in his dying Bulgarian village, will open the One World Documentary Film Fest in Brussels on Monday.

a-turkish-scenario-for-the-balkans--04-20-2017
20 Apr 17

A Turkish Scenario for the Balkans?

The result of the recent referendum in Turkey may have a ripple effect in the Balkans - but don’t expect dramatic changes. 

bulgaria-stands-to-gain-from-eu-gazprom-deal-04-19-2017
19 Apr 17

Bulgaria Stands to Gain from EU-Gazprom Deal

Deal easing restrictions on gas sales between EU member states and offering better prices could be a big win for Bulgaria - though some fear the country will not make the most of the changes.

balkan-students-join-battle-to-save-soros-university--04-16-2017
18 Apr 17

Balkan Students Join Battle to Save ‘Soros University’

As the Hungarian government tightens the noose around the CEU, current or former CEU students from Balkan countries have joined the international outcry.

christians-celebrate-easter-around-the-balkans-04-15-2017-1
16 Apr 17

Christians Celebrate Easter Around the Balkans

While each country has its own way of celebrating the greatest Christian holiday, they also share many common traditions, such as dying eggs.

political-strife-overshadows-easter-joy-in-balkans-04-13-2017
14 Apr 17

Political Strife Overshadows Easter Joy in Balkans

While millions of Christians prepare for Easter celebrations across the Balkans, political, economic and ethnic tensions are casting a dark shadow over the season of goodwill. 

bulgarians-urged-to-unite-to-preserve-endangered-ecosystems-04-13-2017-2
13 Apr 17

Bulgarians Urged to Unite to Preserve Endangered Ecosystems

Businesses and ordinary people need to work together if fragile Black Sea environments are not to be overwhelmed and degraded by mass tourism, experts warn

tirana-offloads-ancient-arms-to-controversial-broker-03-30-2017
31 Mar 17

Tirana Offloads Ancient Arms to Controversial Broker

Albania sold part of its vast stockpiles of aging weapons and ammunition to a controversial Bulgarian firm linked to a deadly explosion which killed a Pentagon contractor.

gerb-faces-challenge-in-forming-new-bulgarian-govt-03-28-2017
28 Mar 17

GERB Faces Challenge in Forming New Bulgarian Govt

After coming first in Sunday’s general election, it will not be easy for Boyko Borissov’s centre-right GERB party to put together a stable coalition with a majority in parliament.

europe-is-not-going-to-solve-balkan-dramas-03-21-2017
22 Mar 17

Europe is not Going to Solve Balkan Dramas

The idea that the EU is going to speed up the accession process in the Balkans to prevent states from collapsing or fighting each other is a complete fantasy.

turkey-s-hand-in-bulgarian-election-angers-sofia-03-19-2017
20 Mar 17

Turkey’s Hand in Bulgarian Election Angers Sofia

Observers link Ankara’s blatant interference in Bulgaria’s election to Turkey’s own upcoming constitutional referendum.

bulgarian-parties-hustle-for-patriotic-votes-in-election-03-06-2017
06 Mar 17

Bulgarian Parties Hustle for Patriotic Votes in Election

With 20 parties and coalitions competing in the early general election on March 26, many are betting on nationalistic rhetoric to appeal to discouraged voters.

anti-refugee-sentiment-traps-syrian-family-in-bulgarian-limbo-02-28-2017
01 Mar 17

Anti-Refugee Sentiment Traps Syrian Family in Bulgarian Limbo

A once-warm welcome is turning tepid for a Syrian refugee family in Bulgaria.

shutdown-rumours-repopularise-sofia-s-oldest-cinema-02-14-2017
15 Feb 17

Shutdown Rumours Repopularise Sofia’s Oldest Cinema

False rumours that the oldest cinema in the Bulgarian capital was about to be shut down have brought it hundreds of new visitors, sparking hopes of a revival of its glory days.

russia-never-went-away-from-the-balkans-01-18-2017
08 Feb 17

Russia Never Went Away from the Balkans

If the West now has to compete with Russia for influence in the Balkans, that might not be a bad thing.