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Highway threatens ancient Roman site in Bulgaria
A new highway that will connect Sofia in Bulgaria with Thessaloniki in Greece poses a threat to the ruins of an ancient city, possibly part of the Roman settlement of Skaptopara.
Will Bulgaria become Europe’s next gas hub?
German support for Russia’s plans to double the capacity of the Nord Stream natural gas pipeline under the Baltic Sea has, in turn, encouraged Bulgaria’s aspirations to develop a regional gas hub with Russian help.
Bulgaria revives old nuclear project once awarded to Russia
Bulgaria's parliament opened the way Thursday to revive a long-delayed project to build a new nuclear power plant by tasking the energy minister to hold talks with potential strategic investors.
Iran VP urges Europe to show ‘firm’ response to US JCPOA pullout
Iran's First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri on Monday called on Europe to produce a ‘firm’ and ‘serious’ reaction to the US pullout of the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and the major world powers.
Bulgaria slammed over media, women’s rights
Bulgarian authorities have demonstrated total disregard for systematic attacks on women by rejecting a European treaty designed to combat violence against women, the human rights group Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BHC) said on Wednesday.
Bulgaria: Nationalists march in Sofia to celebrate Liberation Day
Members of patriotic organizations and nationalist parties have marched through the streets of Sofia to celebrate the 140th anniversary of Bulgaria's liberation from Ottomans’ 500-year rule.
Bulgaria targets better Turkey ties in EU presidency
Bulgaria said Friday it wants to use its EU presidency to improve the bloc's relations with Turkey "without hiding the problems", after ties soured over Ankara's crackdown following an attempted coup.
Bulgaria's president vetoes anti-corruption law
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev on Tuesday vetoed anti-graft legislation passed by parliament in December, saying the bill would not allow the efficient investigation of corruption networks.
Bulgaria takes over revolving EU presidency
Bulgaria, the European Union's poorest member state, on Monday took over the bloc's six-month revolving presidency with the ongoing migrant crisis and Brexit among the top items on its agenda.
Iranian firms visit Bulgaria to explore investment in dairy sector
Representatives of 15 Iranian dairy companies are in Bulgaria to explore opportunities for partnership and investment, the Bulgarian Economy Ministry said on Monday.
Iran backing promotion of ties with Bulgaria
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said in a meeting with his Bulgarian counterpart Rumen Radev on Tuesday that economic and private sectors in the two countries should be encouraged and supported to strengthen their ties and enhance cooperation.
Iran, Bulgaria call for more cultural ties
Iranian Chargé d'affaires ad interim in Sofia Hassan Dotaqi and Bulgarian Minister of Culture Boil Banov in a meeting stressed on promoting cultural ties and cooperation.
Bulgaria’s Borisov to begin talks to form new government after electoral win
Bulgaria’s veteran political bruiser Boyko Borisov was due Monday to begin tough talks to form a lasting government and become prime minister for the third time.
Bulgaria raps Turkey for ‘interference’ in general elections
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev on Friday accused neighboring Turkey of “interference” in the country’s March 26 general elections and warned his government would not accept it.

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