Romanian government falls after a no-confidence vote The Romanian government fell after the ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD) took the unusual move to file a no confidence against its own prime minister. 241 MPs voted in favor of the vote and just ten MPs opposed it. Just the Social Democratic Party (PSD) and their coalition partner of t he Alliance of Liberals and Democrats attended the vote. Now both are expected to make a new proposal for Prime..
With its scattered houses, huddled away amidst lush foliage, Zlatna Livada looks much more like a neighbourhood than it does like a village. Lying in the fertile Thracian plain, it is a place that has fascinated people for centuries with the magnetic appeal of its nature, as testified to by an ancient Thracian sanctuary, whose remains are still to be seen to this day, or the ruins of a Roman fortress perched on top one of the hills nearby, a fortress that once held..
Nowadays one can hardly find a Bulgarian, who remains unaware of the feat of Captain Dimitar Spisarevski and his heroic death while protecting the skies above Sofia during WWII. However, few know the story of the other ‘living torpedo’ – First Lieutenant Nedelcho Bonchev, the military pilot who repeated /though unintentionally/ the heroism of Spisarevski on 17 April 1944 – and found his death under vague circumstances only six months later. Today we mark the 100 th..
This year Gheorghi Arnaoudov turned 60, and his birthday has been honored by a few music events. Viva Piano, the competition for amateur pianists held in Sofia last April, was dedicated to the leading composer. In..
Soon after his first visit to Brussels, the prime minister of Macedonia Zoran Zaev paid an official visit to Sofia. The Macedonian prime minister described both of these visits as historic, with one..
The conclusive concert of the participants in the class for piano interpretation and chamber music led by Prof. Milena Mollova is due on 20 June. The project has been carried..
Once Rock-hewn Churches of Ivanovo at the Rusenski Lom River in North Bulgaria, attracted renowned representatives of Bulgarian letters and spirituality, while the tsars themselves were their patrons...