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Bulgaria’s banking botch up In late 1996, Bulgaria found itself beset with both a banking crisis and hyperinflation. Nine out of the country’s 10 largest banks were failing, and inflati
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Bulgaria\'s ex regional development minister probed by prosecutors  Rumen Petkov, a member of the Bulgarian Social
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Nuclear referendum is sloppily organizedDaniel Valchev, former Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister and co-founder of the Bulgaria for Citizens Movement, has urged Prime Minister Boyko Boris
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Patriarch Maxim, Orthodox leader of Bulgaria, dies at 98Patriarch Maxim of Bulgaria, who weathered a revolt over his Communist-era ties to lead his country’s Orthodox Christians for more than
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Information about double payment by Russian tourists is speculation“At the moment there are 150 tourists in Bulgaria, who are clients of the bankrupted tour operator Cherry Tour. The informati
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Fire in South-eastern Bulgaria containedThe fire in the south-eastern municipality of Nova Zagora was contained on Sunday at about 1:00 a.m. local time, Sliven district governor Marin Kavrakov said.
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Bulgaria puts “vampire” skeleton on displayBulgaria's history museum plans to display a "vampire" skeleton next week after unearthing the 700-year-old remains of two men st
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EU will be angry about vanished mobstersThe vanishing of sentenced Bulgarian businessmen known as Galevi Brothers will have a negative effect on the EU's July monitoring report on Bulgaria, acco
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Bulgarian cabinet faces no-confidence vote over atomic plantBulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov’s minority government will face its fourth no- confidence vote in parliament next week after cancelling a project to bui
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Calls for suspension of shale gas moratoriumMembers of the newly established Movement for Energy Independence (DEN) have called for a cancellation of the moratorium on shale gas development in Bulgaria. Speaking at a Friday pr
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Bulgaria taxes plastic shopping bags, aims to stimulate bioplastic alternativeIn Bulgaria, the Parliament approved a law establishing the equivalent of a $0.10 tax on the use of plastic shopping bags as of October 1, 2012, and
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Bulgaria PM vows to revive near terminally ill health care Bulgaria's prime minister, well known for his populist pledges, plans to assign top priority to the country's struggling health system, plagued by chronic
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President does not rule out possibility to veto retirement age rise proposalBulgarian President Georgi Parvanov does not rule out the possibility to veto the government’s proposal to rise retirement age next year. The go
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PM makes final call on sacking methane hikeThere will be definitely no excise duty on methane in Bulgaria over the fact it would lead to a price hike of many other services which the country cannot afford in times of economic
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Bulgaria sells its tobacco monopoly to company controlled by Russia’s VTBankBulgaria says it has struck a deal to sell its tobacco monopoly Bulgartabac Holding to a company controlled by VTB, Russia’s second-larges
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Ex PM Stanishev escapes court, faces slim fineSergey Stanishev, Bulgaria's former prime minister and leader of the opposition Socialist Party, who was charged last year over the leak of a classified report on organized cri
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Bulgaria needs international election observersPolitical season will die out after the no-confidence motion. The elections and situation will get hotter in September when election campaign will kick off, sociologist Tsvetozar
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Threats of snap elections are dramatic PlayThere are no conditions in Bulgaria to have snapped parliamentary elections or to topple the cabinet in a no-confidence vote. The comments were made by Bulgarian political scientists
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Health Minister pushes for complete smoking banThe Bulgarian Health Ministry will submit a proposal to Cabinet, outlining amendments to the Health Act, calling for the introduction of a complete ban on smoking in enclosed publ
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Bulgarian Socialists vow for economic paradiseThe opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party presented Saturday an ambitious program for governing the country, setting high goals in the field of the economy. The program of the main
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Government declares war on fuel smugglersBulgaria’s government has declared a war on fuel smuggling rings across the country.  “All gasoline pumps in Bulgaria will be protected by special electronic chips, Fin
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Bulgaria to focus on partnership with neighbouring countriesBulgaria will focus on the joint partnership with neighbouring countries because the European Union has always tolerated the joint projects for prevention and early n
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Standoff in Bulgaria with organized crimeWhen Bulgaria’s burly new prime minister, Boyko Borisov, took office, he pledged to stamp out organized crime. But the man nicknamed Batman is now being tested by a weak judiciary
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Bulgarian Navy marks 131st anniversaryThe Bulgarian Naval Forces mark over the weekend the 131-year anniversary of their establishment in the presence of local and State officials and numerous events in the Black Sea cities of
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Bulgarian ruling Party reshuffles Parliamentary headsRuling centre-right party GERB has decided to appoint MP Anastas Anastasov as the new Deputy Chair of Bulgarian Parliament. Anastasov, who is the head of Parliamentary Commi
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Bulgaria's ruling party ready with the grounds for motion to impeach the PresidentRuling party GERB has started collecting signatures in Parliament to initiate an impeachment procedure against President Georgi Purvanov,
 The Bulgarian missilesThe Bulgarian missiles by Thanos Kalamidas
It is only days when I was talking about a cold war déjà vu and here is Russia asking Bulgaria to explain its plans to deploy US air defence missiles on her soil targeting – always according to Moscow – Russia. According to S
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Mail service liberalizationBulgaria's new government will create five new subsidiaries of the state postal monopoly as part of plans to liberalize the mail market, Transport Minister Alexander Tsvetkov. The state will hold
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Bulgarian Gets Two Life Terms in USA Bulgarian immigrant has been sentenced to two life terms for armed robbery and attempting to kill a detective from St. Petersburg police. A judge sentenced 20-year-old Velislav Matzov on
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Sued FinMin Djankov for libelThe notorious former Bulgarian Interior Minister, Rumen Petkov, is filing suit Monday against Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Simeon Djankov. Petkov said he would take
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Bulgarians Celebrate 132 Years since Shipka Battle of Liberation WarMore than 1 000 Bulgarians climbed the Shipka Peak in the Balkan Mountain in order to celebrate the 132 Year since the heroic Shipka Pass Battle of the 1877-1
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The Bulgarian church’s wealthThe Sixth Church Convention has made the decision that the Bulgarian Church cannot sell, mortgage or exchange church properties as stated before Darik radio by the Holy Synod spokesperson Arc
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US Investors in Bulgaria to Pay Lower TaxesUS companies and US individuals investing in Bulgaria will soon pay lower taxes for doing business in the country, the Bulgarian Standard Daily announced Friday. The tax reduction is included
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Ex-King Mavericks to Form New Party The parliamentary group of mavericks that split from the ranks of the former king's cent
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12.5% Inflation in DecemberBulgaria's year-on-year inflation stood at 12.5% at the end of December, a record-high figure for the last seven years, the country's statistics board NSI announced last week. The consumer pr
 Bulgaria's Turks and Turkey's KurdsBulgaria's Turks and Turkey's Kurds by Europe & Us
The new leader of the pro-Kurdish Democratic Society Party (DTP) brought up the model of pro-Turkish Rights and Freedoms Party (RFP) of Bulgaria as a solution to the problems Kurds are facing in Turkey. That has triggered polemics, likely to conti
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Bulgarian Arrow Suspect killer turns himself inPolice investigating the murder of an arrow-shot Iraqi citizen said the suspected killer has turned himself in. The 41-year-old Iraqi national died after being shot with an arrow in
 
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