A woman passes in front of campaign posters of Sofia’s major candidate of Bulgaria’s centre right ruling GERB party, Yordanka Fandakova (R), in Sofia, Bulgaria, … Read more
Bulgaria have been ordered to play two matches behind closed doors, one suspended for two years, and fined €75,000 (£64,640) over the racist behaviour of … Read more
Over 300 potential victims of labour exploitation in the agricultural sector identified in pan-European action
Between 16 and 20 September 2019, Europol supported the first Europe-wide Joint Action Days against human trafficking for labour exploitation focusing specifically on the agricultural … Read more
The President of the Bulgarian Football Association resigned after being asked to do so by the country’s prime Minister.
Mihaylov’s letter of resignation will be … Read more
England’s 6-0 win against Bulgaria in a Euro 2020 qualifier on Thursday evening was overshadowed by reports of racist abuse that forced two brief suspensions … Read more
Greece, Cyprus and Bulgaria expected to highlight to EU that the migration problem isn’t just about Italy and Malta
The EU’s migration plans should focus on the Eastern Mediterranean, not just Italy and Malta, three EU countries will say this week.
In a document, … Read more
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev (L) and Austrian Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen (R) arrive ahead of a meeting at the Presidential residence of the … Read more
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said the Balkan state’s government will compensate owners who voluntarily cull their domestic pigs, as the country works to stamp … Read more
Prosecutors have charged two workers at a cybersecurity company with terrorism as part of an investigation into Bulgaria’s biggest-ever data breach, a lawyer for the … Read more
A 20-year-old cybersecurity worker has been arrested in Bulgaria and charged with hacking the personal and financial records of millions of taxpayers in the country’s … Read more
Under the supervision of the Bulgarian Supreme Prosecutor’s Office of Cassation, police officers from the Bulgarian Cybercrime Department from the General Directorate Combating Organized Crime … Read more
EU-wide operation against counterfeit products, Law enforcement agencies in Malta involved in the operation
More than 4.7 million counterfeit products seized, over 16 400 social media accounts suspended and 3 300 websites closed in the EU-wide operation Aphrodite II … Read more
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said his country could help protect its southwestern neighbour North Macedonia’s airspace if it completes a deal for the purchase … Read more
Bulgarian agriculture minister resigns amid corruption investigation into possible misuse of EU development aid
Bulgarian Agriculture Minister Rumen Porozhanov has resigned from office amid a corruption investigation into the possible misuse of EU development aid.
Euronews reports that senior … Read more
The aviation tragedy in Russia, the clashes in Tripoli, a cease fire in Gaza and US’s warning to Iran dominate the world headlines. … Read more
Enough is Enough – ‘ApartmentGate’ home scandal proves to be too much corruption for Bulgarian people
An upmarket Sofia neighbourhood has become the focus of anti-corruption campaigners who are probing how a group of prominent Bulgarian politicians and state officials were … Read more
Bulgarian border police seized nearly 1,500 kilograms of cannabis at a checkpoint on the Serbian border.
The drugs were discovered hidden inside a truck among … Read more
Photos made available by the Center Pompidou Press Office show various sketches showing the ‘Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped’ Project for Paris, Place de l’Etoile, Charles … Read more
Tsetska Tsacheva, the Bulgarian Justice Minister, resigned on Saturday following media reports that she together with three other politicians from the ruling … Read more