Bulgarian strongman Boyko Borisov was set for a possible return to power in elections.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev denounced Russia's Vladimir Putin as an aggressive leader with a 19th-century empire-building style.
The Russian songs blared and Putin T-shirts danced as 7,000 people gathered for a recent celebration of all things Russian in Bulgaria.
International Circus Festival Echo of Asia was taking place in Astana, Kazakhstan from 1 to 8 July.
Toshiba's US unit is nearing a deal estimated at almost $5 billion to build a nuclear reactor in Bulgaria, a report said Thursday, as Japanese firms eye atomic contracts overseas after the Fukushima crisis erased demand at home.
At least ten people, including a child, died in heavy floods as torrential rain lashed Bulgaria, police said.
Bulgaria has simplified the visa regime for Kazakhstan.
The women’s national football team of Kazakhstan has won 4:1 over Bulgarian team in a qualifying match of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
The smokestacks of Kremikovtzi steel mill on Sofia's outskirts may have shut down years ago, but ancient cars ensure that Bulgaria's capital is still the most polluted in Europe.
Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang arrives in Romania on Monday ahead of a summit with 16 Central and Eastern European leaders keen to woo investment from the world's number two economy.
Gaukhar Yermakbayeva, a boxer from Kazakhstan, has won gold at the World Youth Championship in Bulgaria.
Amina Usmanova from Almaty has become the 2nd runner-up at the 2013 Miss & Mister Deaf International Pageant in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Bulgarian protesters clashed with police on the 40th evening of massive anti-government rallies in the EU's poorest country Tuesday after preventing ministers.
A year after an anti-Israeli bus bombing killed six people, Bulgaria is struggling to identify the attacker or confirm his suspected links to Hezbollah or Iran.
An angry crowd of Bulgarian demonstrators, some throwing eggs and tomatoes, blockaded parliament on Wednesday on the 13th straight day of anti-government protests.
Thousands of people protested in Bulgaria for a third day on Sunday in a show of anger against the government.
The European Union's poorest country Bulgaria faced fresh political uncertainty Monday after inconclusive elections held three months after the biggest demonstrations in years forced the government to resign.
Several thousand people joined street rallies across Bulgaria on Monday as initial protests against high electricity bills snowballed into bitter anger against the right-wing government of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.
Nothing illustrates better the arrival of a new wave of Islam among Roma in Bulgaria's southern town of Pazardzhik, whose imam Ahmed Mussa is on trial for spreading radical ideology.
A vote on whether to build a second nuclear power plant in Bulgaria, the EU member's first referendum since the end of communism in 1989, looked set to fail Sunday because of insufficient turnout.
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