Bulgaria

'Wizard' arrested over huge Bulgarian tax agency hack

Nearly every adult in Bulgaria had their personal details compromised, exposing the tax agency's weak cybersecurity.

'Wizard' arrested after hack of most Bulgarian taxpayers' details

Bulgaria

Dutch boxing hero who fought Ali still riding punches in Bulgaria

Former Dutch Olympian Rudi Lubbers has regained attention after a documentary portrayed his dire living condition.

Dutch boxing hero who fought Ali still riding punches in Bulgaria

Reporter's Notebook

Nina's journey: From Syria to the Special Olympics

Nina - an athlete from Syria - will be representing a new team a the Special Olympics, but her heart belongs to Damascus.

Defying the odds: Nina's journey from Syria to the Special Olympics

Reporter's Notebook

Mosul residents: 'We were the masters of the world'

Nostalgia for Iraq's Baathist past lingers amid the ruins of Mosul's old city.

Mosul residents: 'We were the masters of the world'

Bulgaria

Murder suspect admits attacking Bulgarian journalist

If convicted on rape and murder charges, 21-year-old Severin Krasimirov could be sentenced to life in prison.

Viktoria Marinova: Murder suspect admits attacking journalist

Bulgaria

Hundreds attend funeral of slain Bulgarian journalist

Viktoria Marinova, 30, was raped and killed in the northern town of Ruse.

Hundreds attend funeral of murdered Bulgarian journalist

Sexual assault

Germany arrests suspect in Bulgarian journalist murder

German police arrest Bulgarian official in Hamburg over murder of journalist Viktoria Marinova, say Bulgarian officials.

Germany arrests suspect over killing of Viktoria Marinova

Sexual assault

Suspect in Bulgarian journalist's murder to be released

The body of 30-year-old journalist Viktoria Marinova was found on Saturday in a park in the town of Ruse.

Bulgaria

Investigative journalist raped and murdered in Bulgaria

The body of 30-year-old Viktoria Marinova was found in a park, showing signs of blows to the head and suffocation.

Opinion

What should we make of the EU ruling against Russia's Gazprom?

Russia's gas giant got away without paying a massive fine to the EU. Did Brussels make the wrong decision?

Dimitar Bechev

by Dimitar Bechev

Dimitar Bechev

Bulgaria

Far-right supporters rally to honour fascist general

More than 1,000 people rally in central Sofia to pay tribute to ultra-nationalist leader Hristo Lukov, who died in 1943.

Lukov March: Far-right supporters rally in Bulgaria

Bulgaria

Bulgaria's reliance on coal at odds with EU clean energy push

As Bulgaria takes over the rotating EU presidency, there are fears it will attempt to weaken EU rules on toxic emissions.

Bulgaria

#SavePirin: Why are Bulgarians protesting?

Thousands have protested against a decision by the Bulgarian government to allow construction in a national park.

#SavePirin: Why are Bulgarians protesting?

Arts & Culture

In Bulgaria, Germans rediscover their roots in nature

In a virtually abandoned village, a self-sufficient community is living without electricity or electronic gadgets.

In Bulgaria, Germans rediscover their roots in nature

Europe

Bulgaria's ex-PM Borisov declares election win

Exit polls suggest former Prime Minister Boyjo Borisov's GERB party has won a snap parliamentary election.