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Penka the cow spared death over crossing EU border

Sofia - Bulgarian authorities announced Monday that Penka, the cow who risked death by straying over the EU border, will not be put down after all.

Macedonia says agrees 'acceptable' deal with Greece in name row

Sofia - Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said Thursday he has agreed with his Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras on a solution to ending a long-running name row between the two neighbours.

Macedonia says agrees 'acceptable' deal with Greece in name row

Sofia - Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said Thursday he has agreed with his Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras on a solution to ending a long-running name row between the neighbouring countries.

EU vows to block blow of US Iran sanctions

Sofia - The EU said Thursday it will begin moves to block the effect of US sanctions on Iran as efforts to preserve the nuclear deal with Tehran deepened a transatlantic rift.

EU reaches out to the Balkans

Sofia - European Union leaders anxious to counter Russian influence sought Thursday to reassure Balkan states about their long-promised membership prospects, but warned they would not be joining any time soon.

EU leaders agree 'united approach' on Iran deal, trade

Sofia - European Union leaders agreed on a "united EU approach" to keeping the Iran nuclear deal alive after US President Donald Trump withdrew from the pact, a European source said after talks in Bulgaria.

With friends like Trump, who needs enemies: EU chief

Sofia - The European Union's top official launched a stinging attack Wednesday on President Donald Trump, slamming his "capricious assertiveness" and saying the US leader acted more like an enemy than a friend.

Britain backs French plan for European defence force: minister

Sofia - Britain is backing a French plan to create a European military intervention force as a way to maintain strong defence ties with the EU after Brexit, a minister told AFP on Saturday.

Britain backs French plan for European defence force: minister

Sofia - Britain is backing a French plan to create a European military intervention force as a way to maintain strong defence ties with the EU after Brexit, a minister told AFP on Saturday.

Macron digital tax plan faces EU rebuff

Sofia - French President Emmanuel Macron's ambitious plans for an EU digital tax targeting US tech giants such as Google or Facebook faced strong headwinds on Saturday, provoking anger from Paris.

EU says 'decision time' for stalled eurozone reforms

Sofia - A top EU official on Friday urged member states to paper over differences and commit to eurozone reforms that have been stalled amid deep splits between France and Germany.

France ready to discuss 'future of WTO' with Trump

Sofia - France is open to discussing the future of the Word Trade Organization if the United States drops its threat of a trade war with Europe, Finance Minister Bruno le Maire said Friday.

Philosopher Kristeva 'collaborated' with communists: Bulgaria

Sofia - French-Bulgarian philosopher Julia Kristeva briefly collaborated with Bulgaria's communist-era secret services, but was of limited use to them, according to archive material published on Friday.

Tusk says no 'concrete solutions' in EU-Turkey talks

Varna - The EU and Turkey failed to reach any "concrete solutions or compromises" in talks on Monday aimed at patching up their tattered relations, EU President Donald Tusk said after the meeting.

Turkey and EU fail to reach 'concrete solutions' after talks

Varna - The EU on Monday said it failed to reach any "concrete solutions or compromises" with Turkey in talks with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seeking to repair their tattered relations.

Reporters urged to 'take' jailed colleagues to EU-Turkey talks

Sofia - A media freedom group urged journalists Thursday to symbolically 'take' nearly 100 colleagues jailed in Turkey's post-coup crackdown to talks between EU leaders and Turkey in Bulgaria next week.

Bulgaria's skiing boomtown sparks dire nature warnings

Bansko - "Unlimited Ski and Fun!" promises a pamphlet touting the Bansko ski resort, a magnet for bargain-hunting holidaymakers in southwest Bulgaria.

Far-right nationalists march through EU presidency capital Sofia

Sofia - Hundreds of far-right nationalists marched Saturday night through Sofia, capital of current EU president Bulgaria, lighting torches to honour a late pro-Nazi general.

EU joins US call for Turkey restraint in Syria operation

Sofia - The EU on Friday urged Turkey to show restraint in its military operation against Kurdish militia in northern Syria, telling Ankara its efforts should focus on the Islamic State group.

EU 'confident' Macedonia name row settled by July

Sofia - The European Union is "very confident" Macedonia will settle a long-running row with Greece over its name before July, a senior official from the bloc said Friday.
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