As Robert Nurnden found when he bought a house there, Bulgaria is a timeless country where life is lived at a slower pace
Come yonder with us to Sofia, Bulgaria's capital, in honor of #TravelTuesday.
The bilateral agreements for the construction of the Gazprom-favoured South Stream gas pipeline – concluded between Russia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, Greece, Slovenia, Croatia and Austria – are all in breach of EU law.
On Tuesday, Dr. Randall K. O’Bannon, NRLC’s Director of Education, explained in thoughtful detail the latest abortion figures provided by the Centers for Disease Control–and what they mean.
Silvio Berlusconi has been a constant fixture of Italian politics for decades, but, thanks to a fraud case verdict that effectively barred him from politics and placed him under house arrest, his time at the top may finally be over.
The number of people out of work in Bulgaria and Romania has risen in October as unemployment across the eurozone dipped, according to official figures.
Until the beautifully designed 71-room Sense Hotel opened in June, luxury in Sofia, the handsome capital of Bulgaria, was often more defined by what the Balkan city doesn’t have than what it does — which is a lot of character and un-self-conscious charm.
David Cameron will travel to eastern Europe on Thursday to urge EU leaders to put an end to the era of "vast migrations" from poor countries to the west, leaving behind a trail of criticism in his wake.
Bulgaria's protests are diminishing, but the country remains in crisis. Can the student demonstrators lead the way in providing a new political language?
For months on end, furious Bulgarian protestors have been gathering in front of parliament in Sofia to accuse the government of corruption and demand its resignation.
Sofia, Bulgaria’s capital, has probably set a world record - even if few outsiders are taking notice. The yellow cobblestones along its central boulevard have seen more than 150 consecutive days of protest.
The ABC7 I-Team uncovers a Russian mystery that stretches 5,000 miles and ends up right here in Illinois. A priceless gift from a ruthless dictator is in a local museum, and now, it's causing an international incident.
Yes, the Pentagon is considering the deployment of U.S. forces to the eastern European country to train Libyan troops, possibly as soon as next year.
Khaled stayed in Syria until the last possible moment.
British model Naomi Campbell (left) is comforted by a friend as she reacts emotional after passing the coffin of South Africa`s former president Nelson Mandela (background) lying in state at the Union Buildings in Pretoria on December 11, 2013....
"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria, based on the traditionally good relations between Bulgaria and Turkey, and in light of the forthcoming meeting of the Joint Commission on Outstanding Issues, believes that similar statements do not ... read
A husband comes home late in the night. His wife starts yelling at him:
“Where the heck have you been?”