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EU court rules that data collection rules violate privacy rights

On Tuesday, a data communications collection requirement was struck down in the European Union and declared invalid, on the grounds that it infringed on basic privacy rights.
In the Media by Jeannie Stokowski-Bisanti

Bulgaria's Soviet sculpture given makeover in latest indignity

Sofia - In the latest indignity suffered by Soviet-era monuments in Bulgaria, unknown artists Saturday transformed a huge sculpture into a colossal version of a traditional lucky charm in the eastern European country.The two giant figures of a man and a woman ...
In the Media by AFP

Big increase in net migration to UK pushes targets further away

The amount of people migrating into the UK against the levels of those emigrating out of the country, or net migration, has risen to 212,000. These figures are for the year to September 2013.
In the Media by Kev Hedges - 1 comment

Bulgaria artists deface monument to support Ukraine protests

Sofia - A monument to the Soviet Army in Bulgaria received a pro-Ukrainian makeover Sunday morning, as anonymous artists showed their support for the anti-government protests in Kiev.A large Ukrainian flag was planted on the monument overnight in the centre of...
In the Media by AFP

International operation busts Bulgarian banking fraud ring

Sofia - Bulgarian and Spanish law enforcement officers have busted an international crime ring stealing card numbers from ATM machines worldwide, authorities in Sofia said Saturday.Twenty-five people were arrested in Bulgaria, Spain and Hungary in a massive po...
In the Media by AFP

Bulgarian minority honours age-old wedding rites

- The communists tried hard to stamp out the culture of Bulgaria's rural Pomak minority, and since then tough times in the European Union's poorest country have made many leave, but one village is keeping traditions alive.Nestled in the southern snow-cap...
In the Media by Vessela Sergueva (AFP)

Bulgarian nationalists try to storm mosque, 120 arrests

Plovdiv - Bulgarian police arrested Friday more than 120 people after hundreds of stone-throwing nationalists and football hooligans chanting racist slogans tried to storm a mosque in Plovdiv, officials said."One policeman and several protesters were injured.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Romania suspends small-scale hydropower plants in protected areas

Romania has recently announced its decision to suspend the construction or operation of hundreds of small-scale hydropower plants in protected areas across the Carpathian Mountains, in order to protect regional biodiversity and aquatic ecosystems.
In the Media by Raluca Besliu - 1 comment

Op-Ed: In Russia's backyard — Belarus’ partnership with China

Since July 2013, Belarus and China have started building a comprehensive strategic partnership, by signing multiple key agreements, which would lead to an anticipated 150 mutually beneficial investment projects until 2020.
In the Media by Raluca Besliu - 1 comment

Bulgarian 'shepherd conman' arrested in Spain

Torrevieja - A conman from Bulgaria had been scamming would-be shepherds to make them pay for non-existent jobs in Australia. He has now been arrested in Spain. You just can't make up these stories.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

Royal Canin pledges help after Four Paws bear-baiting controversy

Vienna - After being linked to an illegal bear-baiting contest, pet food manufacturer Royal Canin has offered help in support of a Four Paws program for rescued bears.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 3 comments

Snowden disclosures: EU votes for in-depth inquiry on NSA spying

Strasbourg - The European Parliament adopted a resolution, Thursday July 4, giving the go-ahead for the Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee to conduct an in-depth inquiry into the US surveillance programs.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Occupy Wall Street and the discontent of nations

New York - The crowds in the parks have died down for now, but the Occupy Wall Street movement continues to be a powerful symbol of discontent for a great many people in the United States who are fed up with Wall Street and a bought-and-paid-for two-party system.
In the Media by Craig Boehman - 8 comments

New project allows you to send a message to deep space

A new group made of scientists businessmen, and entrepreneurs have founded a project called the Lone Signal Project that will allow you to send a personal message into deep space for free.
In the Media by Micki Hogan - 4 comments

Hvar among medals in Sofia as Jamie Goode discovers Caric

Sofia - More success for the wines from Hvar at the 2013 Balkans International Wine Competition, which is being held in Sofia, Bulgaria.
In the Media by Paul Bradbury

Bulgarians vote today (May 12) in parliamentary elections

Sofia - Bulgarians are voting today (May 12) in parliamentary elections. The race is close and could result in a stalemate. There are many scandals and accusations of vote-rigging.
In the Media by Ken Hanly

French branded 'notoriously criminal' by Norwegian politician

Oslo - Per Sandberg, a Norwegian member of parliament has caused a stir in France by calling for his country’s borders to be closed to what he termed ‘organised groups’ of Roma, Bulgarians and French who, Sandberg considers, are ‘notoriously criminal’.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Stepping into Schengen — Solidarity with Romania and Bulgaria Special

In response to the March 2013 decision to postpone Romania and Bulgaria entry in the visa-free Schengen zone under the threat of a German veto, a young group of people has decided to launch a solidarity initiative with Romanian and Bulgarian citizens.
Digital Journal Report by Raluca Besliu - 1 comment

Balkan Wine Revolution: Interview with Galina Todorova Niforou Special

Sofia - Whisper it quietly, but there is a wine revolution in process in south-east Europe. Digital Journal meets Galina Todorova Niforou, director of the Balkans Wine International Competition.
Digital Journal Report by Paul Bradbury

Bulgaria won't pressure EU to level sanctions against Hezbollah

The European nation of Bulgaria which was site of a terrorist attack last year will not push the EU to place sanctions on the Hezbollah organization which was blamed for the attack says the new Bulgarian Prime Minister Marin Raikov.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 1 comment
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