The attempt to dissolve Bulgaria’s largest human rights organization is the latest attack against civil society – and European values – by an EU government.
The state of education in Bulgaria's crisis centers for children is a pressing concern, according to a new report of the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BHC).
Seven people with suspected links to the movement behind Turkey’s July 15 coup attempt were arrested while attempting to flee from Bulgaria on October 14. The Bulgarian authorities have now handed over the men to...
Authorities refused to provide information on whether pre-trial investigations occurred into the 2015 deaths of three people in police custody.
The national security service has been ordered to hand over statistics it claimed was classified after a court's decision that the information does not compromise state secrets.
The Bulgarian Ministry of Justice has proposed a package of measures in response to the European Court of Human Rights pilot judgment in the case of Neshkov and others v. Bulgaria. Besides being able to sue the state...
Troubling inconsistencies exist between witness statements and the government's account of the incident near the Bulgarian-Turkish border that left one asylum seeker dead.
The EU and US are attempting to negotiate a revised Safe Harbor agreement, but civil society groups are skeptical that it will be sufficient.
She was given an anesthetic she explicitly refused and separated from her baby immediately after birth, and later discovered that the signature on the informed consent form was not hers.
The Bulgarian State Agency for Child Protection announced that by December 31 it will close all institutions for children with disabilities. Currently Bulgaria has 11 such institutions, which accommodate about 60...