Secret surveillance has long been a hot topic in the Balkan country, which joined the European Union in 2007.
Even after years spent under Communist rule, Muslims in Bulgaria, namely, Pomaks, who are ethic Slavs and adopted Islam during Ottoman times, remember their traditions.
The agreement will ensure a strong balance that will benefit "both our fishing industry and the protection of our marine environment," British fisheries minister Victoria Prentis said.
Bulgaria's parliament formally approved the country's new centrist-led government in a bid to restore stability, tackle the Covid-19 crisis and spur economic development in the poorest EU member country.
Some members of Bulgaria’s Turkish minority hope to draw global attention to human rights violations committed by the country’s authoritarian rulers against Turks in the 1980s.
Bulgaria's new centrist We Continue The Change (PP) party has sealed a broad coalition deal with socialist, populist, and centre-right factions after eight months of political paralysis.
Two Harvard graduates break the country's year-long electoral deadlock, but they have a long list of issues to solve.
At least 46 people, including 12 children, were burned to death after a bus caught fire on a highway south of the Bulgarian capital.
Incumbent President Rumen Radev aims at cleaning Bulgaria's image as the EU's most corrupt member state, won 49.5 percent of the votes in the first round last week.
Police believe an explosive device was brought to the taxi and have arrested four men in connection with the blast.
We Continue the Change, a brand new party, attracted more support than expected in Bulgaria's third general election this year, leading against former PM Boyko Borissov's party by three percent.
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