• Bulgarian kings' favourite palace

      Bulgarian kings' favourite palace

      Just 10 kilometres southeast of downtown Sofia, amidst lavish gardens abounding in rare plants, is located the homestead of Vrana - the favourite palace of Bulgarian kings of the Third Bulgarian Kingdom. After decades of oblivion and out of the public's sight, the palace was reopened to visitors after extensive restoration works.

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    • Borissov dragged into fake news about Peevski

      Borissov dragged into fake news about Peevski

      The shadowy power players in Bulgaria have shown yet again that their shamelessness knows no bounds. This time, in order to concoct the latest fake news against our publisher, MP Delyan Peevski, the oligarchs and their media of the Fake News Factory went to the absurd extreme of tampering with PM Boyko Borissov’s interview on bTV’s Slavi Trifonov Show aired on Wednesday night. Obviously they count on people not having watched the show.

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    • New anti-record: 6 publications, 3 fake news, 1 sponsor - the shadowy clique

      New anti-record: 6 publications, 3 fake news, 1 sponsor - the shadowy clique

      The positive Brussels report, which brought the best possible news for our country last week, i.e. the end in sight to the CVM monitoring of Bulgaria, coupled with the promulgation of the media act amendments aimed at introducing transparency into media ownership and funding in the country, served as a thorn in the side of the behind-the-scenes clique and the publications it sponsors.

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    • Deputy PM Valeri Simeonov resigns

      Deputy PM Valeri Simeonov resigns

      Valeri Simeonov, Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister for economic and demographic policy, handed in his resignation on Friday evening. Prime Minister Boyko Borisov accepted it, as it was stated by the Government Information Service. From almost a month mothers of children with disabilities and their supporters held protests in Sofia and other towns across the country, insisting on Simeonov’s resignation. The two biggest opposition parties – the Socialists and the MRF, were also pushing for his departure.

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    • Fortress by the sea shore

      Fortress by the sea shore

      On a steep-sloped peninsula, not far from the popular Black Sea resort of Sozopol, lie the remnants of Chrisosotiros, an antique fortress which archaeologists of the National Historical Museum have been studying in recent years. Now it is slowly revealing its secrets.

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    • Bulgaria, Macedonia governments to hold joint meeting

      Bulgaria, Macedonia governments to hold joint meeting

      The governments of Bulgaria and Macedonia will hold a joint meeting in early December. It will coincide with the inauguration of a section of the Strouma Motorway between Kresna and Sandanski, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov told journalists in Sofia Thursday, emerging from a meeting with his Macedonian counterpart Zoran Zaev.

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    • Prokopiev’s mouthpieces put down their masks

      Prokopiev’s mouthpieces put down their masks

      The amendments to the Media Act aimed at ensuring full transparency of all media financing sources voted in Parliament provoked an outcry among the Bulgarian oligarchy and its public spokespersons. This time, however, their vehement reaction helped tear the masks off those who only pretend to be journalists and showed their true nature of mouthpieces transmitting the talking points of their behind-the-scene mentors.

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    • Frognews produces fake news about top US diplomat too

      Frognews produces fake news about top US diplomat too

      The disinformation campaigns carried out by fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev, responsible for the embezzlement of over BGN 4bn from CorpBank, and his paid puppets from the website Frognews, owned by former State Security agent Ognyan Stefanov (who operated under the alias Academician), have reached new geopolitical heights in their fabrications regarding the Global Magnitsky Act case.

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