Critics swiftly accuse the two U.S. allies of playing loyal deputies to an unpredictable American leader, viewed by many in Europe with suspicion or outright scorn.
A military response by NATO is ramping up the new Cold War with Russia as the international body declared Thursday that it will establish six command posts on its eastern borders and create a 5,000-member "rapid reaction" force.
The prime minister of Bulgaria, Plamen Oresharski, has suspended work on a gas pipeline that has recently drawn scrutiny from U.S. and European Commission officials.
Bulgaria has less than six years left to reach its binding EU target of producing 20 percent of its energy from renewables. One renewable energy form -- micro-hydro technology -- is causing controversy.
There may be a reason humans are so critical of new technology; some Bulgarian leaders may have airlifted bears into their country; meanwhile, a survey shows how generations budget their time in different ways. These discoveries and more after the jump.
A lot of regulations went into effect Jan. 1, marking a new year that will see a lot of interesting things occur in various countries all over the globe.
The Syrian refugee crisis has fanned the flames of right-wing extremism in Bulgaria, signaling yet more nationalistic political sentiment in Europe. No one’s predicting a return of the 1930s rise of fascism, but the parallels are disturbing.
Dramatic video shows a suspected assassin lunging at Ahmed Dogan, the leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) in Bulgaria, and pointing a gun at his head while Dogan is addressing a crowd onstage.
Israel is blaming Iran, its longtime adversary, for the deaths of seven Israeli tourists in a bomb attack on a bus in Burgas, Bulgaria. The bus was carrying 40 members of an Israeli group from the airport to their hotels when the blast occurred.