At least 45 people, including a dozen minors, were killed after a bus caught fire south of the Bulgarian capital early Tuesday morning, officials said. A cause has yet to be determined but officials believe a fire broke out on board and the bus crashed into guardrails. There were no other vehicles involved in the… Continue reading Bulgaria bus fire: At least 45 people killed in crash near Sofia, including 12 children
David and Priscilla Morse adopted their son Ryan from an orphanage in Bulgaria where he weighed only 8 pounds at 7 years old.
TLDR Store: Last weekend Bulgarians took to the polls to vote for their new leader. Following corruption claims and protests the incumbent Prime Minister wasn’t in the strongest of positions, but that doesn’t mean he’s going out without a fight. In this video we explain Bulgaria’s political situation, the results of the election & what… Continue reading Bulgaria's Election Results Explained: Could Corruption Doom the PM & Changed the EU – TLDR News
Support TLDR on Patreon: Officially joining the Euro is a difficult process, something that Bulgaria and other countries are currently learning. As such a couple of countries have decided to just use it it illegally, without the EU’s permission. So in this video we track Bulgaria through the process of joining and learn why some… Continue reading Illegally Using the Euro: Is Bulgaria the Next to Officially Join? – TLDR News
Voters are going to the polls in Bulgaria for the second time in three months. Elections in the spring were inconclusive. No party won enough support to form a government. This time, two parties have been running neck-and-neck in opinion polls – one populist and the other, pro-Europe. They promise drastically different solutions in a… Continue reading Will a new government end Bulgaria's corruption woes? | DW News