Sofia | Francesco Martino | 20 September 2019

Bulgaria confirms its structural problems in the field of press freedom. This time, the scandal is the attempted removal from the public radio (BNR) of an inconvenient journalist, followed by a mysterious obscuring of the repeaters

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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

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