Sofia | Francesco Martino | 15 January 2019

Despite some timid positive signals, Sofia remains one of Europe's most polluted capitals – a problem made worse only by the slow reaction of the city's institutions

Bulgaria, in the streets against violence against women

Last Monday, under the motto #YouAreNotAlone (# НеСиСама), hundreds of people demonstrated in the centre of Sofia against violence against women, demanding effective action from the institutions

Bulgaria: truth and justice for Viktoria Marinova

Yelling "Corruption kills!" hundreds of people took to the streets in Bulgaria asking for truth and justice for Viktoria Marinova, TV host brutally killed on October 6, 2018

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