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Centre-right party wins 32.6 percent in Bulgarian election, 90 percent of votes counted

Bulgaria's centre-right GERB party led in a parliamentary election, scoring 32.58 percent of the vote with 89.7 percent of ballots counted on Monday, data from the electoral commission showed.

Road to Russia 2018: Dutch suffer World Cup qualifying shock; Cristiano Ronaldo in 70-goal landmark

Road to Russia 2018: Dutch suffer World Cup qualifying shock; Cristiano Ronaldo in 70-goal landmark

Belgium needed a goal two minutes from time by Romelu Lukaku to salvage a 1-1 draw against nine-man Greece as they stayed two points clear in Group H, although Roberto Martinez`s team lost their 100 percent record in the process.

Bulgaria's centre-right keeps narrow lead over Socialists: Poll

Bulgaria`s centre-right GERB party retains a slim lead over its main political rival, the Socialists, a month before an early parliamentary election, a survey by independent pollster Alpha Research showed on Monday.

Bulgarian envoy expresses interest in investing in Assam

Bulgarian Ambassador to India Petko Doykov today called on Assam Industries and Commerce minister Chandra Mohan Patowary and discussed several issues on investment in Assam.

Ajith heads to THIS country with family for Christmas

Ajith heads to THIS country with family for Christmas

Ajith sir ensures he spends every Christmas with his wife and family, said a source.

Bulgaria in turmoil after PM quits over new pro-Russia president

EU member Bulgaria faced an uncertain future Monday after centre-right Prime Minister Boyko Borisov quit following the crushing defeat of his presidential nominee at the hands of a Moscow-friendly general backed by the Socialist opposition.

Bulgaria PM quits after pro-Russia candidate wins presidential vote

Bulgaria`s centre-right Prime Minister Boyko Borisov stepped down Sunday after his presidential nominee suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of a Moscow-friendly general backed by the Socialist opposition.

Russia-friendly opposition candidate wins Bulgaria prez vote

Bulgaria risked plunging into fresh political turmoil today after a Moscow-friendly general backed by the Socialist opposition won the presidential run-off, beating the handpicked nominee of centre-right Prime Minister Boyko Borisov by a whopping margin.

Bulgaria launches long-delayed gas link to Romania

Bulgaria and Romania launched on Friday a long-delayed interconnector to link their gas transmission networks and diversify resources during possible cuts of Russian gas deliveries via Ukraine.

World Cup Qualifiers: Kevin Gameiro's double earns France a handsome win over Bulgaria

World Cup Qualifiers: Kevin Gameiro's double earns France a handsome win over Bulgaria

It was only Gameiro`s second international goal, his first since netting in a friendly in Ukraine in June 2011.

Bulgaria bans full-face Islamic veil

Bulgaria banned on Friday face-covering Islamic veils in public, joining a small number of EU countries as debate rages across Europe about religious freedoms.

Russia questions Bulgaria over new candidate for UN chief

Russia on Thursday raised questions after Bulgaria formally presented its European budget commissioner Kristalina Georgieva as its candidate to be the next UN secretary-general, diplomats said.

Bulgaria changes candidate for UN secretary-general: PM

Bulgaria switched on Wednesday its support from UNESCO chief Irina Bokova to European Commission Vice President Kristalina Georgieva as its candidate for UN secretary-general, potentially shaking up the race.

5.3 magnitude quake rattles Romania, no injuries

Romania is one of the most earthquake-prone countries in Europe, with its Vrancea region lying at the intersection of three tectonic plates.
 

Bokova still in running for UN chief: Bulgaria

Bulgaria on Tuesday said UNESCO chief Irina Bokova was still in the running for the UN`s top job, dismissing rumours the government was switching its support to a different candidate.

Bulgaria approves extradition of Charlie Hebdo killer relative

A Bulgarian court ordered today that the brother-in-law of one of the men who attacked French magazine Charlie Hebdo be extradited to France after he was caught allegedly trying to join Islamic State fighters in Syria.

Bulgaria PM worried by EU-Turkey relations

Bulgaria`s premier called Friday on the EU to stick by Turkey despite tensions since July`s coup, worrying his country will be swamped by migrants if a deal with Ankara breaks down.

Bulgarian parliament adopts ban on face veils

The Bulgarian parliament has approved a bill that would ban the wearing of garments concealing the face entirely or partially in public places.

Shivaay: Ajay Devgn shoots in extreme cold conditions in Bulgaria – See Pics

Shivaay: Ajay Devgn shoots in extreme cold conditions in Bulgaria – See Pics

Slated to release this Diwali, Ajay Devgn’s  ‘Shivaay’ will mark the launch of Sayesha Saigal, grand niece of legendary actor Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu.

Bulgaria reinforces border to tackle migrant problem

Bulgaria on Friday deployed extra police and troops on its border with Macedonia in a joint exercise aimed at tackling a migrant influx, the defence ministry announced.