In a country littered with Soviet-era monstrosities, a tiny war memorial for US WW2 pilots causes outrage
Owners of apartments in winter resort Bansko want the Bulgarian government to intervene on their behalf
Apartments owned by foreigners are burgled during the off-season in resorts like Sunny Beach and Sveti Vlas
Bulgarians still celebrate war-time Communist atrocities without ever questioning them
Coffee shop chain chooses to ignore Sofia's expat community
Bulgarian pilots fought agains Americans in the skies of Bulgaria during the Second World War. Thousands of Bulgarians lost their lives in the Allied bombings of Sofia and other cities. But the former foes are now friends in the NATO…
Varna Prosecutors Get Anti-Award for Lack of Transparency
Police at gay pride parades in Sofia routinely outnumber participants
The Bulgarian Black Sea town is, all unaware, home to a monument that Poles, Lithuanians, Belorussians and Russians regard as a curiosity
Shimon Peres, the Israeli president, conferred with a little girl inside the Sofia Synagogue during his one-day visit on 11 August 2010.
Illegal construction at the Bulgarian seaside brings about a car accident in Sveti Vlas
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