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As Romanians and Bulgarians achieve full rights to live and work across in the UK, some politicians have offered them a warm welcome.
Migrants have a positive impact on Wales, says a Welsh church leader, rebutting scaremongering about Romania and Bulgaria.
The Bulgarian authorities must urgently improve conditions at an emergency accommodation centre for asylum seekers near the Turkish border, says Amnesty.
The Bulgarian authorities must do far more to prevent xenophobic hate crimes, Amnesty International has urged.
Bulgarian Orthodox priests have decided to to join a trade union because they have not received statutory entitlements and have not been paid on time.
The head of Bulgaria's Muslims has backed a campaign by the country's Orthodox Church to make religious education compulsory in schools.
Churches joined enthusiastic 2007 New Year celebrations in Bulgarian and Romanian towns and cities earlier today ‚Ä' events which also marked the two countries' entry into the expanding European Union.
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