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'Bring eggs and tomatoes' say Bulgaria anti-government demo organisers
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Jose Mourinho faith in Tanguy Ndombele restored after rescue act in Bulgaria
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Neco Williams and Wales ‘can’t wait’ to face England after victory over Bulgaria
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Bulgaria’s president urges PM to resign as protests grow
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Nations League preview: Bulgaria v Republic of Ireland
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Violent protests in Bulgaria as MPs debate changes to constitution
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Bulgaria unrest: voices from protests demand to be heard in Brussels
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Bulgaria: Justice minister resigns as anti-corruption protest passes 50 consecutive days
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Bulgaria: Justice minister resigns as anti-corruption protests enter 50th consecutive day
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Bulgaria anti-government protesters hunger strike as demonstrations enter second month
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Bulgarian PM Borissov's offer to step down fails to deter protesters
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Liverpool teenager Williams hits late Wales winnerTeenage Liverpool full-back Neco Williams comes off the bench to score an injury-time winner for Wales against Bulgaria in the Nations League.
Injury-time Duffy goal earns Kenny point in first Republic matchShane Duffy's injury-time goal rescues a 1-1 draw for new Republic of Ireland boss Stephen Kenny in the Nations League opener in Bulgaria.
60 arrested as Bulgaria’s largest anti-government protest in 2 months descends into violence (VIDEO)Thousands took to the streets of the Bulgarian capital, Sofia on Wednesday to demand the resignation of longtime Prime Minister Boyko Borissov. The rally was marred by clashes between demonstrators and..
Bulgarian PM to quit if parliament backs plan to change constitutionBoyko Borisov says he will step down if his plan for assembly election is approved The Bulgarian prime minister said on Friday he would resign if parliament approved his plans to call elections for a..
Desperate state of Bulgaria reflects poorly on EU principlesThe rule-of-law crisis that has convulsed the European Union in recent years has mainly focused on “democratic back-sliding” in Hungary and Poland ,as ruling parties in those states have sought to..
Bulgaria's Jews slam deputy PM for George Soros conspiracy comment"Shalom," a Jewish umbrella organization in Bulgaria, slammed Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister Krassimir Karakachanov for stating that George Soros-backed NGOs in the country “want to take power in..
The sweet smell of success: How Bulgaria took the lead in lavenderLavender is used for cosmetics, fragrances and even, with the help of bees, to make honey.
Record numbers of coronavirus cases in every global regionLondon: Almost 40 countries have reported record single-day increases in coronavirus infections over the past week, around double the number that did so the previous week, according to a Reuters tally..
Dimitrov tests positive for coronavirus after playing in Adria TourBulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov, who played in both of Novak Djokovic's Adria Tour events, has tested positive for coronavirus.
Bulgarian PM says opponents trying to undermine him to block euro entryBulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov on Wednesday accused his political opponents of trying to undermine his government with the aim of blocking Bulgaria's deeper integration into the European..
Bulgarians complain of long border queues after Greece eases lockdownHundreds of trucks and cars from Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia waited in long queues at the border with Greece on Wednesday after Athens eased coronavirus restrictions to try to salvage the summer..
Bulgaria extends epidemic emergency until end of JuneBulgaria will extend the epidemic emergency until the end of June to fight the spread of the coronavirus after an increase in new registered cases, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said on Wednesday.
Parolled Australian fears re-arrest in Bulgaria, seeks new trialAn Australian ex-soldier, released on parole after being convicted of a street murder in Bulgaria in 2009, fears he will be rearrested if he tries to leave the country and is now seeking a new trial to..
Bulgaria to lift travel ban on Australian convicted of murderBulgaria will move to lift a ban that prevents an Australian man convicted of murder in 2009 and released on parole from leaving the country, the Interior Ministry said on Friday.
Bulgaria to end quarantine on travel from most of EUBulgaria plans to lift an obligatory 14-day quarantine from June 1 for travellers from most European Union countries, but not those states with the biggest coronavirus outbreaks, a senior health..
Australian jailed for 2007 murder in Bulgaria closer to freedomBulgaria's highest appeals court on Thursday dismissed a request by the former chief prosecutor to review the parole granted to an Australian convicted of murder in 2009, meaning he is a step closer to..
Bulgarian police seize $44 million worth of cocaine from apartmentBulgarian police on Wednesday seized more than $43 million worth of cocaine from an apartment in the capital Sofia, occupied by a man who was detained a day earlier after police found 40 kg of the drug..
Bulgaria to reopen restaurants, bars and cafes on June 1Bulgaria will allow restaurants, bars and cafes to reopen at full capacity on Monday as the Balkan country further eased restrictions imposed in mid-March to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Kidnapped captain of Portugal-flagged ship freed-BulgariaThe Bulgarian captain of a Portuguese-flagged cargo ship who was kidnapped along with seven other sailors by pirates off the coast of Benin last month, has been freed, Bulgaria's foreign ministry said..
Bulgaria to reopen shopping malls from Monday as virus curbs easedBulgaria will allow shopping malls to reopen on Monday as part of its push to ease restrictions imposed two months ago to stop the spread of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said on..
Bulgaria to end state of emergency, but some restrictions remainBulgaria will end its state of emergency on Wednesday, though some restrictions will remain in place and the government will be able to declare an emergency once again if the COVID-19 outbreak..
Bulgarian fossils show early arrival of Homo sapiens into EuropeFragmentary bone fossils and a molar found in Bulgaria dated to roughly 45,000 years ago show that Homo sapiens populations swept into Europe - until then a bastion for the Neanderthals - earlier than..
Easing lockdown measures, Bulgaria to allow movement outside local communitiesBulgaria plans to lift a ban on people travelling outside their local communities next week as it begins easing coronavirus restrictions, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said on Sunday.
Bulgarian coronavirus cases pass 1,000, health ministry saysBulgaria said on Wednesday it had 1,015 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus, up from 975 the day before.
Pirates seize Portugal-flagged ship off Benin, kidnap crew: BulgariaPirates attacked a Portugal-flagged ship and kidnapped its Bulgarian captain and seven sailors off the coast of Benin, Bulgaria's foreign ministry said on Tuesday.
Bulgarian TV presenter's death in car crash stirs uproar over reckless drivingBulgarians flooded social media on Monday to accuse authorities of a lax attitude to alcohol- and drug-impaired driving after a popular TV journalist was killed when his car was rammed by another..
Bulgarian Christians celebrate Easter amid coronavirus outbreakHundreds of Bulgarian Christians flocked to the Orthodox temples for outdoor services on a surreal Saturday night with the Balkan state one of the few countries where churches remained open over the..
Bulgaria's Roma fear coronavirus lockdowns leave them with no means to liveScores of Roma people protested in Bulgaria's capital Sofia on Friday over feared job losses due to a stricter application of a coronavirus lockdown in their main neighborhoods in efforts to halt the..
Bulgarian capital Sofia sealed off to contain spread of coronavirusThe Bulgarian capital Sofia will be sealed off from Friday to contain the spread of the new coronavirus after the number of confirmed cases jumped in the past two days, the health minister said.
Bulgaria to start large-scale testing for coronavirusBulgaria will start large-scale testing for COVID-19 infections after securing sufficient test kits, easing a serious shortage, Health Minister Kiril Ananiev said on Wednesday.
Bulgarian churches open for Easter, but only most devout goClad in protective masks and gloves, a few dozen pious Orthodox Christians prayed for health on Sunday at the Bulgarian capital Sofia's expansive Saint Nedelya Cathedral, in one of the few nations..
Bulgaria shuts nuclear reactor for annual maintenanceBulgaria's only nuclear plant, Kozloduy, has shut one of its two 1,000-megawatt reactors for planned annual maintenance, it said on Saturday.
Bulgarian churches to remain open on Palm Sunday, EasterPrime Minister Boyko Borissov said on Thursday that Bulgaria's Orthodox churches and temples will be open for traditional Palm Sunday and Easter services despite the coronavirus outbreak, saying many..
Bulgaria bans entry to foreigners from almost all the world over coronavirusEuropean Union member Bulgaria banned entry to its territory to citizens from around the globe except for 19 EU member states, as it battles to contain the spread of the coronavirus, its health..
Bulgaria plans to extend emergency until May 13Bulgaria plans to extend its national emergency by a month to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, the government said on Wednesday, as the number of confirmed cases rose to 422.
Bulgaria bans entry of trucks en route to TurkeyBulgaria has imposed a temporary entry ban on trucks from more than 65 countries that plan to pass through the Balkan state en route to Turkey, the health ministry said on Wednesday, after Turkey..
Bulgaria's Roma say some coronavirus measures are discriminatoryAuthorities in the Bulgarian city of Sliven have set up police checkpoints around the Roma neighborhood, as the government considers tougher measures for a community it says has flaunted rules designed..
Pulev sees no problem in fighting Joshua without spectatorsBulgarian Kubrat Pulev, the IBF's mandatory challenger, said he saw no problem in fighting Briton Anthony Joshua for the world heavyweight title in a match without spectators. ......
Bulgarian parliament amends state of emergency law after president's vetoBulgaria's parliament agreed on Monday to cancel some parts of a law that establishes a state of emergency to limit the spread of the coronavirus after the president wielded his veto citing concerns..
Bulgarian Orthodox Church tells faithful to pray at home to curb coronavirusBulgaria's main Orthodox Church urged Christians on Saturday to stay away from churches and pray at home as the Balkan country tightens restrictive measures to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Bulgaria military allowed to use force amid coronavirus curbsBulgaria's parliament voted after a heated debate on Friday to allow the military to help curb the movement of people amid the coronavirus outbreak, with a mandate to use force if necessary.
British skiers stuck in coronavirus lockdown at Bulgaria resortDozens of confused and fearful British tourists were stranded in a lockdown at the Bulgarian ski resort of Bansko on Wednesday after three people there tested positive for coronavirus.
Bulgaria to ban incoming flights from Italy, SpainBulgaria will ban incoming flights from Italy and Spain as of midnight (2200 GMT) on March 17 as part of measures to contain the spread of coronavirus, its transport minister said.
Bulgaria to pay medics on coronavirus frontline extraBulgaria will raise the salaries of all medics involved in treating coronavirus patients by 1000 levs ($566) per month as it steps up measures to contain the fast-spreading infection, Prime Minister..
Bulgaria closes schools, restricts travel over coronavirusBulgaria closed schools and restricted travel to 14 countries on Friday to contain the spread of coronavirus after the number of confirmed cases in the Balkan country more than tripled to 23 over one..
Bulgaria declares state of emergency over coronavirusThe Bulgarian parliament voted unanimously on Friday to declare a state of emergency until April 13 to contain the spread of coronavirus after the number of confirmed cases in the country more than..
Bulgaria bans travel to Iran, raises risk on travels to 11 countriesBulgaria's foreign ministry on Friday banned all travel to Iran and advised Bulgarians to cancel all non-urgent travel to Spain and South Korea in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus.