At the beginning of the 1990s, when Bulgarian Communism had collapsed and the nation was gripped with pro-democracy fervour, Todor Kolev, this country's perhaps best known comedian actor, put out a song that instantly became a major hit. Loosely picking…
President's refusal to appoint a caretaker government hurls nation into prolonged political crisis
Intricacies of Bulgarian Election Code jeopardise presidential election
Presidential election looms on horizon, yet there is no one standing
Spectacular arrests of doctors fail to end in convictions, but divert public attention from much more important issues
Bulgarian media gripped by outpour of hate speech
Surprise moves by PM leave Bulgarians wondering where country is heading to
Borisov's rule hurdles state into increasingly deeper crisis
War of words between Turkey, Russia splits Bulgaria more than ever
Refugee 'crisis' prompts senior clergy to urge rejection of asylum seekers
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