18 October 1996Print > In early January, the new weekly magazine Sega (Now) hit the newsstands. Modeled after the U.S. weeklies Time and Newsweek, it was the first of its kind in Bulgaria. Andrey Raychev of the Alliance for a Social Democracy (OSD), an influential reformist faction within the governing Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), is […]

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