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Eastern Europe's transition to clean energy is painful for some [Video]

Eastern Europe's transition to clean energy is painful for some

Bulgaria once struggled to battle toxic emissions but has now nearly managed to get them under control. View on euronews

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On a tightrope: Bulgarian circus struggles on [Video]

On a tightrope: Bulgarian circus struggles on

Bulgaria's largest circus, Circus Balkanski, swings between hope and despair after lockdown and social restrictions sent visitor numbers this season plummeting.

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Pulev refers to Joshua's skin colour [Video]

Pulev refers to Joshua's skin colour

Heavyweight boxer causes controversy with comments made at press conference in Bulgaria

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Bulgaria's Communist monument gets a face lift [Video]

Bulgaria's Communist monument gets a face lift

Perched atop a mountain peak in central Bulgaria, a giant UFO-like concrete monument, built to glorify the Balkan country's communist rule, has been left to crumble since the totalitarian regime..

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Gareth Bale left out of Wales squad for England clash [Video]

Gareth Bale left out of Wales squad for England clash

Ryan Giggs has been praised by Jose Mourinho for showing he “cares” aboutGareth Bale after the Wales manager omitted the Tottenham forward from nextweek’s Wembley clash with England. “We’ve..

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'Bring eggs and tomatoes' say Bulgaria anti-government demo organisers [Video]

'Bring eggs and tomatoes' say Bulgaria anti-government demo organisers

Bulgarian anti-government protesters, who started a movement against Prime Minister Boyko Borissov back in July, are still calling for the entire government to resign.

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Jose Mourinho faith in Tanguy Ndombele restored after rescue act in Bulgaria [Video]

Jose Mourinho faith in Tanguy Ndombele restored after rescue act in Bulgaria

Jose Mourinho had doubts over Tanguy Ndombele’s attitude but says he has fullbelief in him now after the Frenchman rescued Spurs from an embarrassing nightin the Europa League.

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Neco Williams and Wales ‘can’t wait’ to face England after victory over Bulgaria [Video]

Neco Williams and Wales ‘can’t wait’ to face England after victory over Bulgaria

Wales hero Neco Williams set his sights on a Wembley date with England afterscoring a dramatic Nations League winner against Bulgaria. The Liverpoolteenager, making only his second Wales appearance as..

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Bulgaria’s president urges PM to resign as protests grow [Video]

Bulgaria’s president urges PM to resign as protests grow

Bulgaria's president is urging the government to resign, because it has lost the confidence of the people.

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Nations League preview: Bulgaria v Republic of Ireland [Video]

Nations League preview: Bulgaria v Republic of Ireland

New Republic of Ireland boss Stephen Kenny faces a tricky test in Bulgaria forhis first match in charge of the senior side.

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Violent protests in Bulgaria as MPs debate changes to constitution [Video]

Violent protests in Bulgaria as MPs debate changes to constitution

Biggest demonstrations so far in nearly two months of anti-government rallies

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Bulgaria unrest: voices from protests demand to be heard in Brussels [Video]

Bulgaria unrest: voices from protests demand to be heard in Brussels

As the unrest in Bulgaria closes in on nearly two months, we talk to some of the protesters on the ground who have been involved in the struggle.View on euronews

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