Sat, May 25 2013
Sofia's Central Synagogue
Photo: Nadezhda Chipeva
Mihailina Pavlova appointed as Editor-in-Chief of Еврейски вести, the community’s newspaper.
The September 19 to 21 meeting will include representatives from a wide range of countries.
Of Strauss-Kahn, Siderov and stereotypes
A campaign has been launched in Sofia to clean the streets of anti-Semitic symbols.
Bulgaria commemorates 68 years since the salvation of its Jewish population.
Hosting Israeli foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman, Bulgarian counterpart Mladenov says EU can take part in normalising situation in Gaza, President Purvanov says Bulgaria wants to be a constructive factor in Middle East peace and Prime Minister Borissov pledges bilateral agreements to boost relations with Israel.
David Harris, head of the American Jewish Committee (AJC) will receive the Madara Horseman order First Class from Bulgarian President Georgi Purvanov
The school has called for the perpetrators to be found and punished, while an organisation assisting the school has protested to Bulgaria’s Ministry of Education.
To mark March 21, the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, The Sofia Echo examines reports on anti-Semitism and Islamophobia in Bulgaria.
The funding is provided under the foreign military sales programme of the US army's Program Executive Office of Simulation, Training and Instrumentation.
The UK nationals were arrested after throwing beer bottles at people after being refused entry to a restaurant that had closed for the night.
Restoration and development projects include Madara Horseman, Arbanassi fortress, Magura cave.
Simeon Saxe-Coburg and his spouse Margarita opened a new heating and insulation system at the Tsar Ferdinand Hospital for Pulmonary Diseases in Iskrets, a project implemented thanks to the Embassy of the Sovereign Order of Malta in Sofia and the Nando Peretti Foundation.
According to the law's provisions, the commission will have the power to investigate individuals without prior notification and would not require a criminal conviction in order to launch an investigation.