Marzia Bona | 12 June 2018

Job creation in the ICT sector could help address the gender divide in Europe's labour market, but the sector is mostly dominated by men. Bulgaria stands out with a high rate of women employed in the sector

Bulgaria, anti-immigrant patrols at the border with Turkey

Several groups of self-proclaimed "Bulgarian patriots" are patrolling the border between Bulgaria and Turkey, with no reaction from Sofia's government: their proclaimed goal is to defend their country and the EU from a migrants' "invasion"

The Nativity Church in Arbanasi

Recorded inside the Church of the Nativity in Arbanasi, Bulgaria, by Piergiorgio Pescali

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