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23:31, 30 March 2017 Thursday
Bulgaria
17:16, 29 March 2017 Wednesday

Bulgaria says not sufficient proof of oil price fixing

Russia's Lukoil, Anglo-Dutch Shell, Austria's OMV, Greece's Hellenic Petroleum, Serbia's Nis Petrol and Bulgarian Petrol - -- which control 70 percent of the petrol and 55 percent of the diesel market -- had been targeted in the lengthy probe launched last February.

18:26, 27 March 2017 Monday

Turkish NGOs slam voting obstacles in Bulgaria election

Around 250,000 fewer Turkish-origin Bulgarian citizens were able to vote because of obstacles, says head of Balkan society

09:45, 27 March 2017 Monday

Bulgaria's Borisov seeks third time lucky

Bulgaria, where the average monthly salary is just 500 euros ($540) and corruption is rife even after 10 years in the EU, has now seen three elections in four years.

14:10, 26 March 2017 Sunday

Bulgaria votes to choose new government

Election occurs amid dispute with Ankara over attempts to prevent Turkey-based Bulgarians from crossing border to vote

10:12, 25 March 2017 Saturday

Turkey-based Bulgarian voter blockade 'unacceptable'

Turkish deputy prime minister says Bulgaria should ensure citizens can vote in peace

15:12, 22 March 2017 Wednesday

Bulgarian body bans coalition's video broadcast

Central Election Commission pulls Turkish-language broadcast days before voters go to the polls

17:30, 21 March 2017 Tuesday

Balkan NGO backs Turkish party in Bulgarian election

Turkey-based Bal-Goc throws its weight behind DOST party which campaigns for ethnic Turks in Bulgaria

09:57, 18 March 2017 Saturday

Bulgaria president lashes Turkey vote 'interference'

Bulgaria is home to a 700,000-strong ethnic Turkish minority, a legacy of the Ottoman empire.

19:46, 16 March 2017 Thursday

Bulgaria recalls Turkey envoy for consultation

Ankara is locked in an escalating row with several EU countries over their blocking of Turkish ministers from holding rallies ahead of a Turkish referendum.

15:49, 09 March 2017 Thursday

Bulgarian socialists conservatives in tight vote race

The leftwing BSP, heir of the former communist party, has slightly edged ahead in the race with 30.2 percent while the GERB party of ex-premier Boyko Borisov polls 28.3 percent, according to the Gallup survey of 1003 voters.

10:49, 09 March 2017 Thursday

Turkey urges Bulgaria to respect minority rights

Turkey blasts Bulgarian move to limit ballot boxes in Turkey for its March 26 elections as 'contrary to the European system'

16:43, 27 February 2017 Monday

Balkan Turks condemn Bulgarian party's candidate choice

Movement for Rights and Freedoms' decision to select Attack party candidates criticized

08:24, 27 February 2017 Monday

Brazen phone scammers terrorise Bulgaria's elderly

The scheme has proven so successful that Bulgarian gangs are now also targeting neighbouring Greece, where people have been stashing even bigger sums in their homes following the financial crisis.

21:42, 24 January 2017 Tuesday

Bulgaria's new president sets snap vote for March 26

Bulgaria's new president on Tuesday called for an early national election for March 26 and appointed former parliament speaker Ognyan Gerdzhikov as caretaker prime minister until then.

04:08, 23 January 2017 Monday

Rumen Radev assumes office as Bulgaria's new president

Radev becomes country 5th president

19:15, 13 January 2017 Friday

Angry Bulgarians invade tracks to stop train

Traffic chaos has caused people in Bulgaria to force a train to stop in order for an earlier train to leave first

19:20, 12 January 2017 Thursday

Bulgaria's outgoing president slams Putin's Russia

As an ex-Soviet ally reliant on Russian energy, the EU's poorest member state is walking a tightrope between Brussels and Moscow, which seeks to expand its influence in former communist nations.

19:20, 12 January 2017 Thursday

Bulgaria's outgoing president slams Putin's Russia

As an ex-Soviet ally reliant on Russian energy, the EU's poorest member state is walking a tightrope between Brussels and Moscow, which seeks to expand its influence in former communist nations.

16:22, 29 December 2016 Thursday

Bulgaria rejects claims of arms exports to Syria

Bulgarian-made arms allegedly found inside opposition-controlled arsenals in Aleppo

09:31, 13 December 2016 Tuesday

The struggle of the Bulgarian Muslims

When considering the establishment of the Chief Mufti institution of Bulgaria, the difficulties imposed on this institution and after learning about the conditions that were needed to be overcome; after getting to acquaint with brave people who had to put all they ever had on the line, you get a better understanding of the responsibility and loyalty of the Muslims in Bulgaria. 



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