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The uneven policies of EU countries towards enlargement in the Western Balkans and Turkey are sending the wrong message to the region.
Premier acts fast to limit damage to reputation caused by the row over Rumyana Jeleva’s failed European Commission bid.
Shooting of Bobi Tsankov raises fresh questions about the dangers awaiting people who become part of the same phenomenon that they claim to be investigating.
Roundup of men behind many recent abductions raises hope that Bulgaria is getting serious with the organised crime wave that has plagued the country.
Sweeping reforms of malfunctioning fund, which finances treatment of sick children abroad, aim to end disgrace of children dying before their applications are approved.
Enticed by developers offering high returns, foreign owners of Bulgarian holiday homes face tough times and some owners are being forced into ‘fire sales’.
Hard pressed by bank loan repayments and a fall in tourist numbers, many who ventured into the tourist industry are going to the wall.
Former wrestler will have many problems to wrestle with – starting with the economy and coalition partners – if, as expected, he wins next week’s general election.
Sofia looks set to ignore court order for authorities to compensate rival synod that rejects communist-appointed patriarch.
After years of feeling ignored by governments, infertile couples can soon apply to a state fund that will enable women to undergo up to three in-vitro fertilisation attempts.
As the three-party coalition falls apart over the vexed issue of closed nuclear reactors and over constitutional changes, the country seems gripped by paralysis.
A controversial Czech art installation in Brussels has come as an unwelcome reminder to Bulgarians of their poor image in the European club.